2003A&A...408...79P


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2003A&A...408...79P - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 408, 79-94 (2003/9-2)

The formation of broad emission line regions in supernova-QSO wind interactions. II. 2D calculations.

PITTARD J.M., DYSON J.E., FALLE S.A.E.G. and HARTQUIST T.W.

Abstract (from CDS):

One aspect of supernova remnant evolution that is relatively unstudied is the influence of an AGN environment. A high density ambient medium and a nearby powerful continuum source will assist the cooling of shocked ejecta and swept-up gas. Motion of the surrounding medium relative to the remnant will also affect the remnant morphology. In an extension to previous work we have performed 2D hydrodynamical calculations of SNR evolution in an AGN environment, and have determined the evolutionary behaviour of cold gas in the remnant. The cold gas will contribute to the observed broad line emission in AGNs, and we present preliminary theoretical line profiles from our calculations. A more detailed comparison with observations will be performed in future work. The SNR-AGN interaction may be also useful as a diagnostic of AGN winds.

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Journal keyword(s): hydrodynamics - shock waves - stars: mass-loss - ISM: bubbles - galaxies: active

Simbad objects: 5

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Number of rows : 5

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2020
#notes
1 NAME Vela XYZ Rad 08 34.0 -45 50           ~ 1089 2
2 SN 1988Z SN* 10 51 50.10 +16 00 00.5   16.8       SN.IIn 326 1
3 NGC 4151 Sy1 12 10 32.5771747733 +39 24 21.057727323   12.18 11.48     ~ 3308 2
4 NGC 5548 Sy1 14 17 59.5401093128 +25 08 12.600227883   14.35 13.73     ~ 2336 0
5 NAME Sgr A* X 17 45 40.03599 -29 00 28.1699           ~ 3283 3

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