File:Best-Ever Snapshot of a Black Hole's Jets (5740471871).jpg
NASA image release May 20, 2011
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The giant elliptical galaxy NGC 5128 is the radio source known as Centaurus A. Vast radio-emitting lobes (shown as orange in this optical/radio composite) extend nearly a million light-years from the galaxy. Credit: Capella Observatory (optical), with radio data from Ilana Feain, Tim Cornwell, and Ron Ekers (CSIRO/ATNF), R. Morganti (ASTRON), and N. Junkes (MPIfR).
To read more go to: www.nasa.gov/topics/universe/features/radio-particle-jets...
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