2018A&A...620A..82C


Query : 2018A&A...620A..82C

2018A&A...620A..82C - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 620A, 82-82 (2018/12-1)

SUPER. I. Toward an unbiased study of ionized outflows in z ∼ 2 active galactic nuclei: survey overview and sample characterization.

CIRCOSTA C., MAINIERI V., PADOVANI P., LANZUISI G., SALVATO M., HARRISON C.M., KAKKAD D., PUGLISI A., VIETRI G., ZAMORANI G., CICONE C., HUSEMANN B., VIGNALI C., BALMAVERDE B., BISCHETTI M., BONGIORNO A., BRUSA M., CARNIANI S., CIVANO F., COMASTRI A., CRESCI G., FERUGLIO C., FIORE F., FOTOPOULOU S., KARIM A., LAMASTRA A., MAGNELLI B., MANNUCCI F., MARCONI A., MERLONI A., NETZER H., PERNA M., PICONCELLI E., RODIGHIERO G., SCHINNERER E., SCHRAMM M., SCHULZE A., SILVERMAN J. and ZAPPACOSTA L.

Abstract (from CDS):

Theoretical models of galaxy formation suggest that the presence of an active galactic nucleus (AGN) is required to regulate the growth of its host galaxy through feedback mechanisms, produced by, for example, AGN-driven outflows. Although many observational studies have revealed that such outflows are common both at low and high redshift, a comprehensive picture is still missing. In particular, the peak epoch of galaxy assembly (1<z<3) has been poorly explored so far, and current observations in this redshift range are mostly limited to targets with high chances to be in an outflowing phase. This paper introduces SUPER (a SINFONI Survey for Unveiling the Physics and Effect of Radiative feedback), an ongoing ESO's VLT/SINFONI Large Programme. SUPER will perform the first systematic investigation of ionized outflows in a sizeable and blindly-selected sample of 39 X-ray AGN at z∼2, which reaches high spatial resolutions (∼2kpc) thanks to the adaptive optics-assisted IFS observations. The outflow morphology and star formation in the host galaxy will be mapped through the broad component of [OIII]λ5007 and the narrow component of Hα emission lines. The main aim of our survey is to infer the impact of outflows on the on-going star formation and to link the outflow properties to a number of AGN and host galaxy properties. We describe here the survey characteristics and goals, as well as the selection of the target sample. Moreover, we present a full characterization of its multi-wavelength properties: we measure, via spectral energy distribution fitting of UV-to-FIR photometry, stellar masses (4x109-2x1011M), star formation rates (25-680M/yr) and AGN bolometric luminosities (2x1044-8x1047erg/s), along with obscuring column densities (up to 2x1024cm–2) and luminosities in the hard 2- 10keV band (2x1043-6x1045erg/s) derived through X-ray spectral analysis. Finally, we classify our AGN as jetted or non-jetted according to their radio and FIR emission.

Abstract Copyright: © ESO 2018

Journal keyword(s): galaxies: active - galaxies: evolution - quasars: general - surveys - ISM: jets and outflows

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/A+A/620/A82): table1.dat table2.dat photom.dat>

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 - 2024
#notes
1 SDSS J020453.80-060407.8 QSO 02 04 53.8108216680 -06 04 07.728794400           ~ 15 0
2 SDSS J021730.94-041823.6 QSO 02 17 30.9413116800 -04 18 23.637636468           ~ 21 0
3 SDSS J022029.84-025623.4 QSO 02 20 29.8381796976 -02 56 23.397525996           ~ 20 0
4 SDSS J022233.64-054902.7 QSO 02 22 33.6387148008 -05 49 02.720863740           ~ 10 0
5 SDSS J022402.71-051130.8 QSO 02 24 02.717 -05 11 30.81           ~ 14 0
6 SDSS J022550.09-030641.1 QSO 02 25 50.0975224512 -03 06 41.082259716           ~ 18 0
7 SDSS J022701.46-040506.7 QSO 02 27 01.461 -04 05 06.73           ~ 13 0
8 SDSS J022744.63-034205.4 QSO 02 27 44.6365954752 -03 42 05.445261756           ~ 15 0
9 SDSS J022905.93-040242.9 QSO 02 29 05.9387821848 -04 02 42.973458972           ~ 15 0
10 SDSS J023005.65-050814.1 QSO 02 30 05.6629942944 -05 08 14.035728696           ~ 17 0
11 [AZW2014] 43 AGN 03 31 50.777 -27 47 03.35 24.70 23.80 23.65 23.53 23.22 ~ 27 0
12 GOODS J033154.40-275649.7 G 03 31 54.38 -27 56 49.8   26.16   25.34   ~ 4 0
13 ACS-GC 90043834 AGN 03 32 23.434 -27 42 55.02   25.861 25.14 25.324 24.698 ~ 42 0
14 ACS-GC 90043098 AGN 03 32 24.17 -27 42 58.1   24.8200 24.39 24.319 24.157 ~ 48 0
15 NAME GOODS Southern Field reg 03 32 28.0 -27 48 30           ~ 1334 1
16 NAME Chandra Deep Field-South reg 03 32 28.0 -27 48 30           ~ 2085 1
17 CANDELS UDS F160W J033228.51-274658.1 AGN 03 32 28.513 -27 46 58.48   26.2       ~ 37 0
18 NAME Extended Chandra Deep Field South reg 03 32 30.0 -27 48 20           ~ 761 0
19 ACS-GC 90043285 AGN 03 32 33.017 -27 42 00.39   25.7912   25.46 24.8672 ~ 29 0
20 M 82 AGN 09 55 52.430 +69 40 46.93 9.61 9.30 8.41     ~ 5852 6
21 [VV2006] J095858.7+020138 QSO 09 58 58.6825359312 +02 01 39.052405992   19.0139 18.6273   18.713 ~ 74 0
22 ACS-GC 20002848 AGN 09 59 14.652 +01 36 35.05   22.322 22.069   22.30 ~ 22 0
23 ACS-GC 20070598 AGN 09 59 15.00 +02 06 39.6   25.095 24.867   23.560 ~ 20 0
24 SDSS J095919.82+024238.6 QSO 09 59 19.8252374448 +02 42 38.614294800   21.278 21.399   20.935 ~ 41 0
25 ACS-GC 20244039 AGN 09 59 30.392 +02 06 56.08         24.978 ~ 20 0
26 SDSS J095943.41+020707.4 QSO 09 59 43.4136711744 +02 07 07.362946992   19.831 19.650   19.472 ~ 36 0
27 ACS-GC 20257695 AGN 10 00 00.61 +02 15 31.1   25.596 25.580   24.826 ~ 38 0
28 ACS-GC 20123811 AGN 10 00 02.57 +02 19 58.8 25.29 25.28 24.83 24.54 24.04 ~ 32 0
29 ACS-GC 20067323 AGN 10 00 08.81 +02 06 37.7 26.50 25.81 24.87 24.53 24.22 ~ 17 0
30 COSMOS2015 631272 AGN 10 00 08.846 +02 15 27.99           ~ 15 0
31 ACS-GC 20067563 AGN 10 00 10.23 +02 03 47.8 23.709 23.71 23.41 23.39 22.74 ~ 27 0
32 [VV2006] J100024.5+020619 QSO 10 00 24.4802452008 +02 06 19.669651812   19.43 19.42   19.89 ~ 59 0
33 NAME COSMOS Field reg 10 00 28.60 +02 12 21.0           ~ 2963 0
34 COSMOS2015 483880 AGN 10 00 44.21 +02 02 06.8 25.01 24.87 24.32 24.17 24.01 ~ 17 0
35 COSMOS2015 680643 AGN 10 00 59.45 +02 19 57.4 25.28 24.88 24.55 24.55 24.33 ~ 15 0
36 ACS-GC 20060865 AGN 10 01 02.82 +02 03 16.8 24.70 24.48 23.93 23.41 22.54 ~ 21 0
37 COSMOS 2673465 QSO 10 01 15.55 +02 37 43.5 24.90 25.11 24.61 24.55 24.43 ~ 20 0
38 ACS-GC 20115775 AGN 10 01 30.56 +02 18 42.6 24.46 24.28 23.82 23.67 23.42 ~ 19 0
39 QSO B1331+170 Bla 13 33 35.7827544072 +16 49 04.013500728   16.84 16.71 16.41   ~ 453 0
40 [VV2006] J144105.5+045454 QSO 14 41 05.5359788928 +04 54 54.963994464   17.77 17.47     ~ 32 0
41 2MASS J15493872+1245092 QSO 15 49 38.7147322320 +12 45 09.161026308   19.21 18.54 17.61   ~ 38 0
42 SDSS J232856.34-003011.7 QSO 23 28 56.3524318488 -00 30 11.773526688   19.81 19.59     ~ 24 0
43 SDSS J232940.28-001751.7 QSO 23 29 40.2903384600 -00 17 51.706312008   21.33 21.18     ~ 15 0
44 SDSS J233158.61-005410.4 QSO 23 31 58.6211300784 -00 54 10.408413888   20.28 20.09     ~ 26 0
45 SDSS J233253.24-003335.3 QSO 23 32 53.239 -00 33 35.37           ~ 9 0

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