A physical model for the object Carinae is described under the assumption that the optical continuum is synchrotron radiation. The absence of measurable radio emission is interpreted as the Razin effect. Strong radio emission at higher frequencies is predicted. The X-ray and -ray fluxes from the object due to inverse Compton scatterings are estimated. It is shown that the flux of 100 meV -rays should be measurable, while the X-ray flux is more uncertain. The interrelationship of fluxes in the centimeter-millimeter radio band, infrared, X-rays, and -rays is discussed.