2017ApJ...838..149A


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2017ApJ...838..149A - Astrophys. J., 838, 149-149 (2017/April-1)

New physical insights about tidal disruption events from a comprehensive observational inventory At X-ray wavelengths.

AUCHETTL K., GUILLOCHON J. and RAMIREZ-RUIZ E.

Abstract (from CDS):

We perform a comprehensive study of the X-ray emission from 70 transient sources that have been classified as tidal disruption events (TDEs) in the literature. We explore the properties of these candidates, using nearly three decades of X-ray observations to quantify their properties and characteristics. We find that the emission from X-ray TDEs increase by two to three orders of magnitude, compared to pre-flare constraints. These emissions evolve significantly with time, and decay with power-law indices that are typically shallower than the canonical t–5/3 decay law, implying that X-ray TDEs are viscously delayed. These events exhibit enhanced (relative to galactic) column densities and are quite soft in nature, with no strong correlation between the amount of detected soft and hard emission. At their peak, jetted events have an X-ray to optical ratio ≫1, whereas non-jetted events have a ratio ∼1, which suggests that these events undergo reprocessing at different rates. X-ray TDEs have long T90 values, consistent with what would be expected from a viscously driven accretion disk formed by the disruption of a main-sequence star by a black hole with a mass <107 M. The isotropic luminosities of X-ray TDEs are bimodal, such that jetted and non-jetted events are separated by a "reprocessing valley" that we suggest is naturally populated by optical/UV TDEs that most likely produce X-rays, but this emission is "veiled" from observations due to reprocessing. Our results suggest that non-jetted X-ray TDEs likely originate from partial disruptions and/or disruptions of low-mass stars.

Abstract Copyright: © 2017. The American Astronomical Society. All rights reserved.

Journal keyword(s): accretion, accretion disks - black hole physics - galaxies: active - X-rays: general - X-rays: general

Simbad objects: 99

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Number of rows : 99

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2021
#notes
1 NGC 22 GiG 00 09 48.2020305947 +27 49 56.130213797   14.9       ~ 39 0
2 NAME AT 2016fnl ev 00 29 57.04 +32 53 37.5           ~ 52 0
3 Mrk 950 G 00 29 57.0518774392 +32 53 37.204466988   15.7       ~ 15 0
4 NGC 247 LSB 00 47 08.554 -20 45 37.44 10.11 9.61 9.10 8.87   ~ 378 2
5 GALEXASC J010720.81-641621.4 G 01 07 20.81 -64 16 21.4         17.00 ~ 2 0
6 OGLE16aaa ev 01 07 20.88 -64 16 20.7           ~ 22 0
7 ESO 243-49 GiG 01 10 27.746 -46 04 27.41 16.54 14.92   13.48   ~ 155 0
8 [FWB2009] HLX-1 ULX 01 10 28.30 -46 04 22.3     24.5 23.80   ~ 160 1
9 2SLAQ J011844.35-010906.8 G 01 18 44.359 -01 09 06.87           ~ 2 0
10 LEDA 1127938 G 01 18 56.554 -01 03 12.03           ~ 4 0
11 2MASS J01595763+0033105 Sy1 01 59 57.6420788889 +00 33 10.498747334   20.31 19.66     ~ 65 0
12 3XLSS J020302.8-074147 G 02 03 03.1421473726 -07 41 52.025118210           ~ 6 0
13 UGC 1791 G 02 19 53.66 +28 14 52.6   17       ~ 13 0
14 VIDEO J022516.97-043258.91 G 02 25 16.98 -04 32 58.9           ~ 21 0
15 NGC 1097 LIN 02 46 19.059 -30 16 29.68 10.46 9.97 9.48 8.72 9.8 ~ 1194 3
16 2MASX J02491731-0412521 G 02 49 17.3194629864 -04 12 52.081674921           ~ 10 0
17 SN 2006gy SN* 03 17 27.06 +41 24 19.5       14.20   SNIIn 296 1
18 SN 2006aj SN* 03 21 39.670 +16 52 02.27 17.96 19.11 17.40     SNIc-BL 841 1
19 2XMM J032139.6+165202 G 03 21 39.693 +16 52 01.74           ~ 16 1
20 DES14C1kia ev 03 34 47.49 -26 19 35.0           ~ 5 0
21 2MFGC 3645 G 04 29 21.815 -04 45 35.60   15.1   14.8 14.8 ~ 26 0
22 NAME Pic A Sy1 05 19 49.7230919028 -45 46 43.855209977   15.73 15.77 14.85   ~ 572 1
23 UGC 3317 G 05 33 37.54 +73 43 26.3   17       ~ 30 0
24 NGC 2110 Sy2 05 52 11.3760694860 -07 27 22.489931610   14.77 13.51 11.86   ~ 598 1
25 XMMSL1 J074008.2-853927 X 07 40 08.2 -85 39 27           ~ 23 0
26 2MASX J07400785-8539307 GiG 07 40 08.2193101645 -85 39 31.344145121           ~ 11 0
27 SDSS J074820.67+471214.3 G 07 48 20.667 +47 12 14.26           ~ 27 0
28 2MASX J09380164+1353168 H2G 09 38 01.6410802814 +13 53 16.964857752           ~ 9 0
29 2MASS J09392289+3709438 Sy1 09 39 22.9023773295 +37 09 43.944993258   18.01 17.73     ~ 30 0
30 SN 1997ab SN* 09 51 00.212 +20 04 19.88   14.7       SNIIn 54 1
31 2MASX J09520953+2143132 Sy1 09 52 09.5606451664 +21 43 13.316390538   18.56 18.10     ~ 38 0
32 PS1-11af ev 09 57 26.815 +03 14 01.00           ~ 48 0
33 SDSS J095726.82+031400.9 G 09 57 26.821 +03 14 00.94           ~ 2 0
34 2MASS J10115298+5442063 Sy1 10 11 52.9805585782 +54 42 06.397286661   18.62 18.31     ~ 36 0
35 [DDM2009] CSS100217 J102913+404220 SN* 10 29 13.0 +40 42 20           SNIIn 24 0
36 2MASS J10552641+5637129 Sy1 10 55 26.4173689317 +56 37 13.113822317   18.32 17.93     ~ 16 0
37 SN 2007rt SN* 11 02 34.29 +50 34 58.5     16.8     SNIIn 25 1
38 ASASSN -14ae SN* 11 08 40.11 +34 05 52.4           ~ 69 0
39 SDSS J110840.11+340552.2 G 11 08 40.1156474237 +34 05 52.300724865           ~ 7 0
40 SWIFT J1112.2-8238 X 11 11 47.797 -82 38 44.71           ~ 40 0
41 NGC 3599 GiP 11 15 26.9498387938 +18 06 37.431040640   13.0       ~ 182 0
42 3XMM J114726.7+494257 G 11 47 26.69736 +49 42 57.8268   17.43 17.10     ~ 16 0
43 2MASS J12013602+3003052 G 12 01 36.028 +30 03 05.52           ~ 30 0
44 SDSS J120847.77+430120.1 G 12 08 47.773 +43 01 20.18           ~ 3 0
45 NAME Dougie V* 12 08 47.9 +43 01 21           ~ 14 0
46 IC 3599 Sy1 12 37 41.1939866364 +26 42 27.492074834   15.7 16.5     ~ 155 0
47 LEDA 2244532 AGN 12 41 34.2617288216 +44 26 39.197474246           ~ 15 0
48 RX J1242.6-1119 PaG 12 42 36.9 -11 19 35           ~ 42 1
49 2MASS J12423854-1119207 GiP 12 42 38.5401609567 -11 19 20.870482450   17.04 14 15.64   ~ 13 0
50 LEDA 43234 G 12 48 15.2244073438 +17 46 26.496619532   16.5       ~ 148 0
51 NGC 4845 AGN 12 58 01.242 +01 34 32.09   17.40 16.31     ~ 212 0
52 IGR J12580+0134 gam 12 58 05.1 +01 34 26           ~ 22 0
53 SDSS J131122.15-012345.6 G 13 11 22.154 -01 23 45.61           ~ 15 0
54 2XMM J132342.2+482701 G 13 23 41.973 +48 27 01.26           ~ 24 0
55 PSO J202.9829+23.9015 G 13 31 55.90656 +23 54 05.8068           ~ 2 0
56 CRTS CSS120301 J133156+235405 SN? 13 31 55.92 +23 54 05.2           ~ 3 0
57 2MASX J13424441+0530560 AG? 13 42 44.4181102168 +05 30 56.129522226           ~ 12 0
58 LEDA 95953 GiC 13 47 30.1 -32 54 52           ~ 5 0
59 WINGS J134849.88+263557.5 G 13 48 49.88 +26 35 57.5   23.28 22.46     ~ 11 0
60 ACO 1795 ClG 13 49 00.5 +26 35 07           ~ 1174 0
61 2MASS J13500150+2916097 Sy1 13 50 01.4888426394 +29 16 09.593765565           ~ 12 0
62 [GBM2008] D3-13 G 14 19 29.80863 +52 52 06.3650   22.16   20.139 19.580 ~ 37 0
63 2MASS J14202436+5334117 BLL 14 20 24.3985908313 +53 34 11.155674864   20.49 20.03     ~ 34 0
64 SDSS J143840.98+373933.4 G 14 38 40.979 +37 39 33.45           ~ 2 0
65 PTF 10iya SN* 14 38 41.00 +37 39 33.6           ~ 26 0
66 PTF 09axc SN* 14 53 13.06 +22 14 32.2           SNII 34 0
67 SDSS J145313.07+221432.2 G 14 53 13.0712540264 +22 14 32.182705737           ~ 3 0
68 PSN K0905-001 SN? 14 57 03.10 +49 36 40.8           ~ 52 0
69 SDSS J145703.17+493640.9 G 14 57 03.1843383924 +49 36 40.904462237           ~ 4 0
70 2MASX J15035028+0107366 G 15 03 50.3150908094 +01 07 36.529313165       14.67   ~ 13 0
71 LEDA 1190358 GiG 15 05 28.630 +01 17 28.52       16.02   ~ 14 0
72 NGC 5905 H2G 15 15 23.324 +55 31 01.59   13.6       ~ 252 1
73 3XMM J152130.7+074916 X 15 21 30.7 +07 49 16           ~ 8 0
74 SDSS J154530.83+540231.9 G 15 45 30.833 +54 02 31.91           ~ 4 0
75 PTF 10iam SN* 15 45 30.85 +54 02 33.0           ~ 14 0
76 NGC 6021 LIN 15 57 30.678 +15 57 22.37   14.1       ~ 62 0
77 SN 2008iy SN* 16 08 37.23 +04 16 26.7           SNIIn 43 1
78 SDSS J160928.27+534023.9 G 16 09 28.276 +53 40 23.99           ~ 2 0
79 PS1-10jh ev 16 09 28.296 +53 40 23.52           ~ 104 0
80 2MASS J16245659+7554560 BLL 16 24 56.5714665760 +75 54 55.978646466     16.60     ~ 51 0
81 SDSS J162624.66+544221.4 G 16 26 24.662 +54 42 21.44           ~ 1 0
82 PTF 10nuj SN* 16 26 24.70 +54 42 21.6           ~ 6 0
83 PTF 09djl SN* 16 33 55.94 +30 14 16.3           SNII 41 0
84 SDSS J163355.97+301416.6 G 16 33 55.9701154413 +30 14 16.635201885           ~ 3 0
85 GRB 110328A gB 16 44 49 +57 34.9           ~ 344 0
86 PTF 11glr SN* 16 54 06.13 +41 20 14.8           ~ 5 0
87 SDSS J165406.16+412015.4 G 16 54 06.166 +41 20 15.45           ~ 1 0
88 IGR J17361-4441 gam 17 36 17.418 -44 44 05.98           ~ 26 0
89 NGC 6388 GlC 17 36 17.461 -44 44 08.34   7.40       ~ 818 1
90 ASASSN -15oi SN* 20 39 09.096 -30 45 20.71           ~ 60 0
91 2MASX J20390918-3045201 G 20 39 09.18 -30 45 20.1           ~ 5 0
92 SWIFT J2058.4+0516 X 20 58 19.898 +05 13 32.25           ~ 106 0
93 6dFGS gJ214256.0-300758 G 21 42 55.9617956897 -30 07 57.544766814   16.20       ~ 11 0
94 Anon J220215-6139 G 22 02 15.39 -61 39 34.6           ~ 14 0
95 SN 2015L ? 22 02 15.45 -61 39 34.6           ~ 111 2
96 2MASX J22264634-1501230 GiG 22 26 46.3756122379 -15 01 22.740980919   15.44   14.12   ~ 15 0
97 Anon J232348-0108 G 23 23 48.615 -01 08 10.34           ~ 7 0
98 [GHC2009] D23H-1 G 23 31 59.536 +00 17 14.58   20.67   19.30 18.83 ~ 19 0
99 SDSS J234201.40+010629.2 G 23 42 01.4075856203 +01 06 29.334349387           ~ 4 0

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