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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters
We report on Spitzer and Gemini observations of the jet of Centaurus A in the infrared, which we combine with radio, ultraviolet and X-ray data. Spitzer detects jet emission from about 2 arcmin from the nucleus, becoming particularly bright after the jet flare point at ~3.4 arcmin. Where X-ray and infrared emission are seen together the broad-band data strongly support a synchrotron origin for the X-rays. The jet flare point is marked by a broad, diffuse region of X-rays which may be associateddoi:10.1111/j.1745-3933.2006.00146.x fatcat:qcsn2l543nhdlkcsb7cs43h6nq