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J/A+A/556/A94    X-ray spectrum of 1H0419-577                   (Di Gesu+, 2013)

Simultaneous XMM-Newton and HST-COS observation of 1H0419-577: the absorbing and emitting ionized gas. Di Gesu L., Costantini E., Arav N., Borguet B., Detmers R.G., Ebrero J., Edmonds D., Kaastra J.S., Piconcelli E., Verbunt F. <Astron. Astrophys. 556, A94 (2013)> =2013A&A...556A..94D
ADC_Keywords: QSOs ; Spectroscopy Keywords: galaxies: individual: 1H0419-577 - quasars: absorption lines - quasars: emission lines - quasars: general - X-rays: galaxies Abstract: In this paper we analyze the X-ray, UV and optical data of the Seyfert 1.5 galaxy 1H0419-577, with the aim of detecting and studying an ionized-gas outflow. The source was observed simultaneously in the X-rays with XMM-Newton and in the UV with HST-COS. Optical data were also acquired with the XMM-Newton Optical Monitor. We detected a thin, lowly ionized warm absorber (logxi∼0.03, logNH∼19.9cm-2) in the X-ray spectrum, consistent to be produced by the same outflow already detected in the UV. Provided the gas density estimated in the UV, the outflow is consistent to be located in the host galaxy, at ∼kpc scale. Narrow emission lines were detected in the X-rays, in the UV and also in the optical spectrum. A single photoionized-gas model cannot account for all the narrow lines emission, indicating that the narrow line region is probably a stratified environment, differing in density and ionization. X-ray lines are unambiguously produced in a more highly ionized gas phase than the one emitting the UV lines. The analysis suggests also that the X-ray emitter may be just a deeper portion of the same gas layer producing the UV lines. Optical lines are probably produced in another, disconnected gas system. The different ionization condition, and the ∼pc scale location suggested by the line width for the narrow lines emitters, argue against a connection between the warm absorber and the narrow line region in this source. Description: We provide the X-ray spectrum of 1H0419-577, obtained with the XMM-Newton RGS (Reflection Grating Spectrometer). The data were taken in two subsequent XMM-Newton observations, (respectively on 30/05/2010 and on 28/05/2010) for a total exposure time of 150ks. We provide the fluxed spectrum and the correspondent spectral response matrix, resulting from the combination of the the two datasets. Objects: ---------------------------------------------------------------- RA (2000) DE Designation(s) ---------------------------------------------------------------- 04 26 00.72 -57 12 01.7 1H0419-577 = 1RXS J042601.6-571202 ---------------------------------------------------------------- File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file list.dat 63 2 List of FITS files fits/* 0 2 Individual FITS files
Byte-by-byte Description of file: list.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 15 A15 --- FileName Name of the FITS file in subdirectory fits 17- 63 A47 --- Title Title of the file
Acknowledgements: Laura di Gesu, L.di.Gesu(at)sron.nl
(End) Patricia Vannier [CDS] 23-May-2013
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