2004A&A...414..895F


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2004A&A...414..895F - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 414, 895-903 (2004/2-2)

A scheme to unify low-power accreting black holes. Jet-dominated accretion flows and the radio/X-ray correlation.

FALCKE H., KOERDING E. and MARKOFF S.

Abstract (from CDS):

We explore the evolution in power of black holes of all masses, and their associated jets, within the scheme of an accretion rate-dependent state transition. Below a critical value of the accretion rate all systems are assumed to undergo a transition to a state where the dominant accretion mode is optically thin and radiatively inefficient. In these significantly sub-Eddington systems, the spectral energy distribution is predicted to be dominated by non-thermal emission from a relativistic jet whereas near-Eddington black holes will be dominated instead by emission from the accretion disk. Reasonable candidates for such a sub-Eddington state include X-ray binaries in the hard and quiescent states, the Galactic Center (Sgr A*), LINERs, FR I radio galaxies, and a large fraction of BL Lac objects. Standard jet physics predicts non-linear scaling between the optically thick (radio) and optically thin (optical or X-ray) emission of these systems, which has been confirmed recently in X-ray binaries. We show that this scaling relation is also a function of black hole mass and only slightly of the relativistic Doppler factor. Taking the scaling into account we show that indeed hard and quiescent state X-ray binaries, LINERs, FR I radio galaxies, and BL Lacs can be unified and fall on a common radio/X-ray correlation. This suggests that jet domination is an important stage in the luminosity evolution of accreting black hole systems.

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Journal keyword(s): X-rays: binaries - radiation mechanisms: non-thermal - stars: winds, outflows - black hole physics - accretion, disks accretion

Simbad objects: 45

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Number of rows : 45

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 UGC 595 AGN 00 57 34.920 -01 23 27.89   14.07 15.10     ~ 232 1
2 NGC 383 rG 01 07 24.95870 +32 24 45.2140   13.6 12.14     ~ 730 3
3 QSO B0158+001 BLL 02 01 06.1792513040 +00 34 00.135376381   18.99 18.42 18   ~ 91 0
4 UGC 1841 Sy1 02 23 11.41124 +42 59 31.3840   15.71 14.81     ~ 533 2
5 QSO B0257+34 BLL 03 01 03.7541374400 +34 41 01.076416837     18.53     ~ 58 0
6 NGC 1218 Sy1 03 08 26.2238190 +04 06 39.300921   12.84       ~ 351 1
7 3C 84 Sy2 03 19 48.1597607660 +41 30 42.114155434   13.10 12.48 11.09   ~ 3622 3
8 QSO B0317+18 BLL 03 19 51.8081953152 +18 45 34.570122144     18.12     ~ 189 0
9 QSO B0419+19 BLL 04 22 18.59760 +19 50 46.7232       18.6   ~ 73 0
10 QSO B0607+710 BLL 06 13 43.3830911835 +71 07 26.787687889   19.6 19.61 19.1   ~ 79 1
11 QSO B0737+744 BLL 07 44 05.3737292010 +74 33 58.260126612     16.89 16.6   ~ 119 0
12 NGC 2787 LIN 09 19 18.6043000282 +69 12 11.642887220   12.92 11.79     ~ 325 0
13 7C 092302.70+745857.00 BLL 09 28 02.9237427115 +74 47 19.289554370   19.8 19.74 19.2   ~ 49 1
14 NGC 3169 GiP 10 14 15.099 +03 27 58.03   13.46 12.41     ~ 337 1
15 NGC 3147 Sy2 10 16 53.632 +73 24 02.34   11.43 10.61     ~ 432 2
16 NGC 3226 GiP 10 23 27.0067240562 +19 53 54.682329315   14.32 13.33     ~ 399 1
17 3C 264.0 QSO 11 45 05.0090520 +19 36 22.741257   14.98 13.97     ~ 547 2
18 NGC 4143 LIN 12 09 36.086 +42 32 03.18   13.04 12.08     ~ 217 0
19 QSO B1207+39 BLL 12 10 26.5898319697 +39 29 08.601058075   20.77 20.3 19.9   ~ 105 0
20 NGC 4261 LIN 12 19 23.2160630 +05 49 29.700024   13.92 12.87     ~ 1134 0
21 NGC 4278 LIN 12 20 06.8253868 +29 16 50.713486 11.54 11.09 10.16     ~ 895 2
22 QSO B1221+24 BLL 12 24 24.1863956209 +24 36 23.500844570   17.93 17.37     ~ 122 0
23 M 84 Sy2 12 25 03.74333 +12 53 13.1393 12.67 12.09 10.49     ~ 1663 2
24 M 87 BiC 12 30 49.42338230 +12 23 28.0438581 10.16 9.59 8.63   7.49 ~ 6356 3
25 QSO B1229+6430 BLL 12 31 31.3953946380 +64 14 18.288194641   18.36 17.62 14.3   ~ 126 2
26 M 91 LIN 12 35 26.430 +14 29 46.75   14.63 13.57     ~ 535 0
27 NGC 4565 LIN 12 36 20.804 +25 59 14.61   13.61 12.43     ~ 889 0
28 QSO B1407+59 BLL 14 09 23.4915391413 +59 39 40.634765826   19.60 19.05     ~ 78 0
29 NGC 5532 LIN 14 16 52.928 +10 48 26.43   13.3 12.59     ~ 325 3
30 6C 141804+543700 BLL 14 19 46.5976435439 +54 23 14.787308481   16.17 15.65 14.16   ~ 547 1
31 UGC 9799 Sy2 15 16 44.4894653562 +07 01 17.830884159   15.19 14.17     ~ 421 3
32 QSO B1534+01 BLL 15 36 46.7541590350 +01 38 00.077265222     18.70     ~ 69 0
33 3C 338.0 QSO 16 28 38.2447110 +39 33 04.233634   12.78 11.78     ~ 713 5
34 V* V821 Ara HXB 17 02 49.3810714542 -48 47 23.163091737 16.20 16.30 15.5     ~ 1814 0
35 NAME Sgr A* X 17 45 40.03599 -29 00 28.1699           ~ 3601 3
36 NGC 6500 LIN 17 55 59.78195 +18 20 17.6713   13.43 12.54     ~ 210 0
37 QSO B1757+703 BLL 17 57 13.0529688472 +70 33 37.827118282     18.27 18   ~ 68 0
38 3C 371 BLL 18 06 50.6803567107 +69 49 28.108152993   14.77 14.22 11.39   ~ 806 2
39 QSO B2005-489 BLL 20 09 25.3910622923 -48 49 53.722146927   15.75 12.81 11.41   ~ 521 2
40 QSO B2143+07 BLL 21 45 52.2998794053 +07 19 27.214695171     18.04 16   ~ 98 1
41 NAME BL Lac BLL 22 02 43.2913773726 +42 16 39.978417860   15.66 14.72     ~ 2037 1
42 NGC 7236 LIN 22 14 44.989 +13 50 47.43   14.3 14.3     ~ 259 2
43 UGC 12064 AGN 22 31 20.625 +39 21 29.81   14.6       ~ 422 1
44 QSO B2254+0727 BLL 22 57 17.30312249 +07 43 12.3024770   17.07 16.36     ~ 289 1
45 NGC 7720 Sy1 23 38 29.38322439 +27 01 53.2583763   13.9 13.3     ~ 516 4

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