We found some strange radio sources in a distant galaxy cluster


The colliding cluster Abell 3266 as seen across the electromagnetic spectrum, using data from ASKAP and the ATCA (red/orange/yellow colours), XMM-Newton (blue) and the Dark Energy Survey (background map). (Image credit: Christopher Riseley (Università di Bologna),)

This article was originally published at The Conversation. (opens in new tab) The publication contributed the article to Space.com’s Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights.

Christopher Riseley (opens in new tab), Research Fellow, Università di Bologna
Tessa Vernstrom (opens in new tab), Senior research fellow, The University of Western Australia

Originally published at www.space.com

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