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Sources of Relativistic Jets in the Galaxy
Annual Review of Astronomy and Astrophysics
Black holes of stellar mass and neutron stars in binary systems are first detected as hard X-ray sources using high-energy space telescopes. Relativistic jets in some of these compact sources are found by means of multiwavelength observations with ground-based telescopes. The X-ray emission probes the inner accretion disk and immediate surroundings of the compact object, whereas the synchrotron emission from the jets is observed in the radio and infrared bands, and in the future could bedoi:10.1146/annurev.astro.37.1.409 fatcat:7hzvn6ujtbelvb6h6aresuqe34