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Although the radio bubbles show an anticorrelation between radio and X-ray emission, in a few systems there is evidence for a form of positive Introduction to Cluster Cooling Cores 9 correlation. Specifically, columns of cool, dense gas are seen going from the center of the central galaxy out to the radio lobes. Examples include Virgo/M87 [50] and Abell 133 [18] (see Fig. 2 [left]). One suggestion is that these X-ray features are due to cooler gas from the center of the cooling core which has been entrained and uplifted by a buoyant radio lobe.

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