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From Nearby Low Luminosity AGN to High Redshift Radio Galaxies: Science Interests with Square Kilometre Array

P. Kharb
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D. V. Lal
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V. Singh
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J. Bagchi
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C. H. Ishwara Chandra
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A. Hota
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C. Konar
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Y. Wadadekar
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P. Shastri
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M. Das
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K. Baliyan
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B. B. Nath
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Abstract

We present detailed science cases that a large fraction of the Indian AGN community is interested in pursuing with the upcoming Square Kilometre Array (SKA). These interests range from understanding low luminosity active galactic nuclei in the nearby Universe to powerful radio galaxies at high redshifts. Important unresolved science questions in AGN physics are discussed. Ongoing low-frequency surveys with the SKA pathfinder telescope GMRT, are highlighted.

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insu-03710559 , version 1 (30-06-2022)

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P. Kharb, D. V. Lal, V. Singh, J. Bagchi, C. H. Ishwara Chandra, et al.. From Nearby Low Luminosity AGN to High Redshift Radio Galaxies: Science Interests with Square Kilometre Array. Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, 2016, 37, ⟨10.1007/s12036-016-9411-z⟩. ⟨insu-03710559⟩
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