Spectral Energy Distributions And Multiwavelength Selection Of Type 1 Quasars

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SPECTRAL ENERGY DISTRIBUTIONS AND MULTIWAVELENGTH

SPECTRAL ENERGY DISTRIBUTIONS AND MULTIWAVELENGTH SELECTION OF TYPE 1 QUASARS Gordon T. Richards,1,2 Mark Lacy,3 Lisa J. Storrie-Lombardi,3 Patrick B. Hall,4 S. C. Gallagher,5 Dean C. Hines,6 Xiaohui Fan,7 Casey Papovich,7 Daniel E. Vanden Berk,8 George B. Trammell,8 Donald P. Schneider,8 Marianne Vestergaard,7 Donald G. York,9,10 Sebastian Jester,11,12

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The 1 < z < 5 Infrared Luminosity Function of Type I Quasars

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Multi-Wavelength Properties of Radio-loud Narrow-Line

available Northern and Southern radio catalogues. Even though we use the term quasars, here, we generally do not distinguish between narrow-line type 1 quasars, and narrow-line Seyferts 1s, but call all sources NLS1s for the sake of brevity. The main findings can be summarized as follows: Only 7% of the NLS1 galaxies are radio-loud (R>10).

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of no or weak emission lines while quasars have strong narrow and broad emission lines. Spectral energy distributions (SEDs) of blazars are characterised by two-peaks, namely a low-energy peak extending from radio to UV/X-rays, and a high-energy peak that extends from X-rays to GeV/TeV gamma-rays.

THE FIRST-2MASS RED QUASAR SURVEY

our selection criteria (J K > 1:7, R K > 4:0) yield a 50% success rate for discovering quasars substantially redder than those found in optical surveys. Comparison with UVX- and optical color-selected samples shows that k10% of the quasars are missed in a magnitude-limited survey. Simultaneous two-frequency radio observationsfor

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Quasars (FSRQ), to check the origin for such di erent spectral properties (BLLs showing very weak or absent emission lines in the optical, instead FSRQs with promi-nent lines), as well as the distributions of the two pop-ulations in space-time and their cosmological evolution (Ghisellini et al.2017).

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Type 1 AGN thanks to the HST capabilities, using either non-parametric PSF subtraction or 2-dimensional modeling (Peng et al. 2002; Jahnke et al. 2004; Sanchez et al. 2004; Peng et al. 2006).

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A multi-wavelength survey of AGN in the XMM-LSS field

Methods.The KXmethod identifies quasars on the basis of their optical (R and z ) to near-infrared (K s) photometry and point-like morphology. We combine these data with optical (u∗,g ,r ,i ,z ) and mid-infrared (3.6−24µm) wavebands to reconstruct the spectral energy distributions (SEDs) of candidate quasars.

Discovery of -ray emission from steep radio spectrum NLS1s

-ray emissions from radio galaxies as well as steep spectrum radio quasars (SSRQs), the so-called mis-aligned AGNs (MAGNs), whose jet inclination angle is larger than blazars, have been also detected (e.g. Abdo et al. 2010a). An universal two-bump structure in log F -log plot appears in their spectral energy distributions (SEDs).

Applying Relativistic Reconnection to Blazar Jets

energy, however their energy distributions are much softer than those of the electrons [16]. In the case when both electrons and ions are relativistic, they obtain similar energy distributions with hard power-law spectra [17], hence this case is qualitatively similar to reconnection in relativistic pair plasma.

A multi-wavelength survey of AGN in the XMM-LSS field: I

populations using di erent energy bands encompasses a risk of confusion between di erent types of objects or di erent physical processes. Thus, studying the selection e ects is an essential step to understanding the properties of the parent population. A classic method to identify type-1 quasars

Highlights of Recent Multiwavelength Observations of VHE

Quasars) are active galactic nuclei (AGN) with a rela-tivistic plasma jet oriented close to the line of sight [1]. These objects exhibit rapid variability and have broad-band spectral energy distributions (SEDs) characterized, in a νFν representation, by a synchrotron component extending from radio to X-ray frequencies, and a second

Properties of dusty tori in active galactic nuclei I

served spectral energy distributions (SEDs) of SDSS quasars and a precomputed grid of torus models. The observed SEDs comprise SDSS photometry, Two-Micron All-Sky Survey J, H and K data, whenever available, and mid-infrared (mid-IR) data from the Spitzer Wide-area InfraRed Extragalactic Survey. The adopted model is that of Fritz, Franceschini & Hatzim-

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individual (ISS J142950.9+333012) quasars: individual (ISS J142738.5+331242) 1. Introduction Wide-area surveys are one of the most powerful tools for observational astronomy, and have led to discoveries ranging from Earth-crossing asteroids to the most distant quasars. Historically,

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Spectroscopic Study of Seyfert 1 galaxies and quasars submitted to Bangalore University, Bangalore, Karnataka State, India 3. Positions held in the University: 1. Lecturer, November 24, 1992 2. Lecturer (Senior Scale), November 24, 1997 3. Lecturer (Selection Grade), November 24. 2002 4. Reader, August 8, 2005 5. Associate Professor, January 1, 2006

Statistical multifrequency study of narrow-line Seyfert 1

The spectral energy distributions (SEDs) of some radio-loud NLS1 sources are similar to the SEDs of blazars. In them the most prominent features are two broad components, one ex-tending from radio to soft X-rays and the other covering hard X-rays and -rays. The first bump is believed to be due to syn-

CHANDRA EXPOSURE ON SLOAN DIGITAL SKY SURVEY

Received 2008 May 15; accepted 2008 August 25; published 2008 December 1 ABSTRACT We study the spectral energy distributions and evolution of a large sample of optically selected quasars from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey that were observed in 323 Chandra images analyzed by

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by adopting an observed AGN spectral index Γ obs = 1.4 (e.g., Xue et al. 2011). The L 2−10keV of our sample have a range from ∼3 ×1043 erg s−1 to 1045 erg s−1 with a median value of 1.5 × 1044 erg s−1, about one order of magnitude higher than the previous moderate-luminosity sample in a similar redshift

2007 Aug Hines bibliography

22. Richards, G.T. et al. 2006, ApJS, Spectral Energy Distributions and Multiwavelength Selection of Type 1 Quasars, 166, 470 23. Schneider, G., et al. 2006, Discovery of an 86 AU Radius Debris Ring Around HD 181327, ApJ, 650, 414 24. Smith, P.S., et al. 2006, Spitzer Far-Infrared Detections of Cold Circumstellar Disks, 644, L125 25.

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We have constructed spectral energy distributions (SEDs) for each source using datafromthefourIRACwavebands,Chandrafluxesinthehard(2 8keV)andsoft(0.5 2keV)X-rays,andoptical follow-updatainthewavebandsU,g 0 ,r 0 ,i ,Z,andH.WefitanumberofspectraltemplatestotheSEDsatopticaland

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of the properties of binary quasars such as their environments, spectral energy distributions (SEDs), and nuclear and host galaxy properties provide useful information to help distinguish which systems may be undergoing merging or triggering, and to elucidate merger physics itself. In this paper, we probe the multiwavelength properties of

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The spectral energy distributions (SEDs) of blazars were interpreted as a combination of synchrotron emission and higher energy radiation, possibly from Compton scattering. The observed SEDs follow an interesting trend with lumi-nosity, such that high-luminosity blazars have synchrotron and Compton peaks at lower frequencies. This can be

Constraining the Evolutionary Stage of Class I Protostars

04381+2540, 1.3 mm data were also obtained with the high configuration, which provides baselines from 35 to 240 m. Continuum data were recorded in four 1-GHz channels. We calibrated the amplitudes and phases of the data using quasars near on the sky (. 20 ) to our target sources.

SPECTRAL ENERGY DISTRIBUTIONS OF HARD X-RAY SELECTED

otherwise. We use the terms type 1 and type 2 for AGNs with broad and narrow optical emission lines, respectively, in their optical spectra. We introduce a new nomenclature for the broadband SED classification: AGN1, AGN2, and SF. The term AGN1 refers to an SED that is fitted by a type 1

Abstract Booklet - ESO

quasars. Using a combination of mid-infrared and radio data (from Spitzer and the VLA) we have found a successful method of finding for z>∼2 type-2 quasars. These obscured quasars probably outnumber the unobscured (type-1) quasars by a ratio ∼2-3:1. I will discuss

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Spectral Energy Distributions of Quasars and AGN Belinda J. Wilkes Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, 60 Garden St., Cambridge MA 02138, USA Abstract. Active Galactic Nuclei (AGN) are multiwavelength emitters. To have any hope of understanding them, or even to determine their energy output, we must observe them with many telescopes. I will review

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Quasars (FSRQs) in the 2FGL catalog, and Doert and Errando [5] classified AGN and non-AGN with a combination of random forests and neural networks. The extension to multiwavelength information especially the relation between properties extracted from different parts of the energy spectrum provides additional source type-specific

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properties of binary quasars such as their environments, spectral energy distributions (SEDs), and nuclear and host galaxy properties provide useful information to help distinguish which systems may be undergoing merging or triggering, and to elucidate merger physics itself. In this paper, we probe the multiwavelength proper-

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Regarding the broad-band spectral energy distributions (SEDs), LLAGNs do not seem to have the thermal continuum prominence in the ultraviolet multiwavelength observations of black hole systems and comparing we carefully applied the following selection criteria. (1)