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Volume 328 - Revisiting narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxies and their place in the Universe (NLS1-2018) - Black hole and host galaxy
What is in a radio loud NLS1?
S. Antón,* A. Caccianiga, L. Bizzocchi, J. Afonso
*corresponding author
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Pre-published on: 2018 July 31
Published on: 2018 December 21
Abstract
A fraction of Narrow Line Seyfert 1 galaxies (NLS1) are hosted by galaxies that present a disturbed morphology, in some cases hinting for merger processes, that are putative sources of gas replenishment. We have been investigating the poorly studied population of radio loud NLS1 (RL-NLS1) showing a flat radio spectrum, assumed to be the manifestation of the presence of a radio jet. In some of the objects the infrared emission is well fitted by a combination of an AGN component and an "active" host galaxy component like M82, the estimate SFR being in the LIRG/ULIRG range (10-500 M$_{\mbox{sun}}$/year). In order to better characterize that component, we have been investigating the sub-millimeter/millimeter emission of the sources using APEX. Here we present the results concerning a pilot sample of 2 representative objects.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.328.0058
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