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Relationships of the Active Nucleus, Galaxy, and Environment
Symposium - International astronomical union
35 years ago Baade and Minkowski (1954) suggested that a galaxy collision - diagnosed from the peculiar appearance of the parent object and its strong emission lines - is responsible for the strong radio-source CygA. This was the first time that gravitational interactions between galaxies were suggested to trigger nuclear activity. Over the following decades after the detection of the quasars and the gradual realization that quasars, comparable to the Seyfert phenomenon, are events at thedoi:10.1017/s0074180900141580 fatcat:exsrnmsnzjas3ahnq55pgzlxkm