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2010ApJ...717L..42D - Astrophys. J., 717, L42-L46 (2010/July-1)

The missing Goliath's slingshot: massive black hole recoil at M83.

DOTTORI H., DIAZ R.J., ALBACETE-COLOMBO J.F. and MAST D.

Abstract (from CDS):

The Fanaroff-Riley II radio source J133658.3-295105, which is also an X-ray source, appears to be projected onto the disk of the barred-spiral galaxy M83 at about 60'' from the galaxy's optical nucleus. J133658.3-295105 and its radio lobes are aligned with the optical nucleus of M 83 and two other radio sources, neither of which are supernova remnants or H II regions. Due to this peculiar on-the-sky projection, J133658.3-295105 was previously studied by Gemini+GMOS optical spectroscopy, which marginally revealed the presence of Hα in emission receding at 130 km/s with respect to the optical nucleus. In this Letter, we reanalyze the Chandra spectroscopy carried out in 2000. We show that J133658.3-295105 presents an Fe Kα emission line at a redshift of z = 0.018. This redshift is compatible with a black hole at the distance of M 83. We discuss similarities to the recently reported micro-quasar in NGC 5408. This finding reinforces the kicked-off black hole scenario for J133658.3-295105.

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Journal keyword(s): galaxies: evolution - galaxies: individual: M 83 - galaxies: kinematics and dynamics - galaxies: nuclei - X-rays: individual: J133658.3-295105

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