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Fig. 1


Combined Australia Telescope Compact Array (ATCA) and Parkes 1.4 GHz radio continuum image at 60′′ × 40′′ angular resolution of the large-scale structure of Centaurus A (adapted from Feain et al. 2011), showing the giant lobes and the vertex and vortex filaments. The jets, inner lobes and the northern middle lobe are located in the saturated region centred on the nucleus. The elongated feature in the north-west part of the southern giant lobe, aligned approximately with the inner lobes, is the background FR I radio galaxy PKS B1318–434 of the Centaurus cluster at ~45 Mpc.

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