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Seyfert 1 and 2)
QSO Blazars jet Seyfert
Seyfert Karl Seyfert Karl Seyfert Seyfert Seyfert 1 Seyfert 1: km/s Seyfert Seyfert km/s
Seyfert 2 Seyfert 1 ~ 1 parsec NLR
Doppler: km/sec M = G 2 R c
Maarten Schmidt C QUASAR QUASAR
3C273 z z 3C273
BL Lacertae BL Lac
Seyfert 2 Seyfert 1 Radio jet dusty torus
H Seyfert, QSO
E STARBURSTS STARBURSTS
SWS Ne + Ne ++ Ne 4+ Ne 5+ ISOPHOT LWS
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