2020A&A...633A.134L


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2020A&A...633A.134L - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 633A, 134-134 (2020/1-1)

Molecular outflows in local galaxies: Method comparison and a role of intermittent AGN driving.

LUTZ D., STURM E., JANSSEN A., VEILLEUX S., AALTO S., CICONE C., CONTURSI A., DAVIES R.I., FERUGLIO C., FISCHER J., FLUETSCH A., GARCIA-BURILLO S., GENZEL R., GONZALEZ-ALFONSO E., GRACIA-CARPIO J., HERRERA-CAMUS R., MAIOLINO R., SCHRUBA A., SHIMIZU T., STERNBERG A., TACCONI L.J. and WEISS A.

Abstract (from CDS):

We report new detections and limits from a NOEMA and ALMA CO(1-0) search for molecular outflows in 13 local galaxies with high far-infrared surface brightness, and combine these with local universe CO outflow results from the literature. The CO line ratios and spatial outflow structure of our targets provide some constraints on the conversion steps from observables to physical quantities such as molecular mass outflow rates. Where available, ratios between outflow emission in higher J CO transitions and in CO(1-0) are typically consistent with excitation Ri1≤1. However, for IRAS 13120-5453, R31=2.10±0.29 indicates optically thin CO in the outflow. Like much of the outflow literature, we use αCO(1–0)=0.8, and we present arguments for using C=1 in deriving molecular mass outflow rates dMout/dt=CMoutvout/Rout. We compare the two main methods for molecular outflow detection: CO millimeter interferometry and Herschel OH-based spectroscopic outflow searches. For 26 sources studied with both methods, we find an 80% agreement in detecting vout≥150km/s outflows, and non-matches can be plausibly ascribed to outflow geometry and signal-to-noise ratio. For a published sample of 12 bright ultraluminous infrared galaxies with detailed OH-based outflow modeling, CO outflows are detected in all but one. Outflow masses, velocities, and sizes for these 11 sources agree well between the two methods, and modest remaining differences may relate to the different but overlapping regions sampled by CO emission and OH absorption. Outflow properties correlate better with active galactic nucleus (AGN) luminosity and with bolometric luminosity than with far-infrared surface brightness. The most massive outflows are found for systems with current AGN activity, but significant outflows in nonAGN systems must relate to star formation or to AGN activity in the recent past. We report scaling relations for the increase of outflow mass, rate, momentum rate, and kinetic power with bolometric luminosity. Short flow times of ∼106yr and some sources with resolved multiple outflow episodes support a role of intermittent driving, likely by AGNs.

Abstract Copyright: © D. Lutz et al. 2020

Journal keyword(s): galaxies: kinematics and dynamics - galaxies: active - galaxies: ISM

Simbad objects: 58

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Number of rows : 58
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 253 SyG 00 47 33.134 -25 17 19.68   8.03   6.94 8.1 ~ 3039 2
2 Mrk 1502 Sy1 00 53 34.9326560879 +12 41 35.927159668   14.41 14.03     ~ 1066 1
3 ZW III 35 Sy2 01 44 30.516 +17 06 09.18   15.24 14.81     ~ 229 0
4 Mrk 1014 Sy1 01 59 50.2529351498 +00 23 40.874250335   16.08 15.87     ~ 524 0
5 M 77 GiP 02 42 40.771 -00 00 47.84 9.70 9.61 8.87 10.1 9.9 ~ 4225 2
6 NGC 1266 AGN 03 16 00.749 -02 25 38.53   14   12.46   ~ 264 1
7 IRAS 03158+4227 G 03 19 11.97216 +42 38 25.5264           ~ 50 0
8 NGC 1377 GiG 03 36 39.077 -20 54 08.14   13.38   12.12   ~ 199 0
9 NGC 1433 GiG 03 42 01.553 -47 13 19.49   10.84 9.99 9.61 10.2 ~ 316 0
10 ESO 302-30 IG 04 07 12.0 -40 10 44   15.67       ~ 4 0
11 NGC 1614 AGN 04 34 00.027 -08 34 44.57   14.66 13.99     ~ 620 0
12 ZW VII 31 G 05 16 46.384 +79 40 12.63   15.8       ~ 139 0
13 2MASX J05210136-2521450 Sy2 05 21 01.3987198411 -25 21 45.269338983   15.47 14.75     ~ 444 0
14 NGC 2146 SBG 06 18 37.710 +78 21 25.27 11.67 11.38 10.59     ~ 648 2
15 NGC 2623 LIN 08 38 24.016 +25 45 16.29 14.10 13.99 13.36     ~ 450 1
16 NAME IRAS F08572+3915 NW LIN 09 00 25.364 +39 03 54.23     16.66     ~ 372 1
17 NAME IRAS 09111-1007W Sy2 09 13 36.4573260365 -10 19 29.982284396   15.7 16.10     ~ 74 1
18 NAME IRAS 09111-1007E AGN 09 13 38.8376979418 -10 19 19.934516648   15.9       ~ 23 1
19 M 82 IG 09 55 52.430 +69 40 46.93 9.61 9.30 8.41     ~ 5470 6
20 FIRST J100645.8+483741 rG 10 06 45.874 +48 37 43.34   15.7       ~ 28 0
21 NVSS J102000+081335 rG 10 20 00.204 +08 13 33.78   17.5       ~ 146 1
22 NGC 3256 IG 10 27 51.284 -43 54 13.55   11.83 11.33 10.62 11.9 ~ 777 2
23 2XMM J105918.1+243234 LIN 10 59 18.128 +24 32 34.74   15.7       ~ 244 1
24 IRAS 11119+3257 Sy1 11 14 38.8904034667 +32 41 33.481055206   19.22 17.96     ~ 121 1
25 NGC 3628 GiP 11 20 17.018 +13 35 22.16   10.42 9.48 9.22   ~ 774 3
26 ESO 320-30 H2G 11 53 11.722 -39 07 48.72   13.30   11.86   ~ 160 1
27 [CAB2000] Ns AGN 12 13 45.928 +02 48 39.00           ~ 25 0
28 LEDA 39024 LIN 12 13 46.107 +02 48 41.50           ~ 317 1
29 6dFGS gJ122503.9-064053 LIN 12 25 03.918 -06 40 52.44   15.53       ~ 55 0
30 NGC 4355 Sy2 12 26 54.628 -00 52 39.51   14.21 13.37     ~ 431 2
31 Mrk 231 Sy1 12 56 14.2340989340 +56 52 25.238555193   14.68 13.84     ~ 1843 3
32 IC 860 LIN 13 15 03.51 +24 37 07.8   14.8       ~ 188 0
33 2MASX J13150638-5509225 Sy2 13 15 06.383 -55 09 22.60   17.3       ~ 113 0
34 ESO 173-15 G 13 27 23.774 -57 29 22.14   14.9   14.3 13.7 ~ 66 1
35 Mrk 273 Sy2 13 44 42.164 +55 53 13.53   15.68 14.91     ~ 843 3
36 ICRF J134733.3+121724 Sy2 13 47 33.36161542 +12 17 24.2402572   19.28 18.44 15.718   ~ 540 3
37 IRAS 13543+1040 Sy2 13 56 46.106 +10 26 09.09   18.90 18.11     ~ 66 0
38 2MASX J14373831-1500239 Sy1 14 37 38.317 -15 00 23.97   16.58 16.40     ~ 250 1
39 [CGM90] IRAS 14348-1447 NE GiP 14 37 38.35 -15 00 21.3           ~ 18 0
40 6dFGS gJ144059.0-370432 Sy2 14 40 59.0140344918 -37 04 31.937494895   17.72   16.48   ~ 96 0
41 Z 49-57 GiC 15 13 13.1 +07 13 32   15.5       ~ 216 1
42 IC 4553 SyG 15 34 57.22396 +23 30 11.6084   14.76 13.88     ~ 2758 4
43 Mrk 876 Sy1 16 13 57.1791807197 +65 43 09.953889666   16.03 15.49     ~ 528 0
44 NGC 6240 Sy2 16 52 58.861 +02 24 03.55   14.31 13.37     ~ 1525 2
45 2MASX J17033041+4540470 Sy1 17 03 30.3826208591 +45 40 47.167625574   16.0       ~ 133 2
46 2MASX J17142047+5310317 G 17 14 20.478 +53 10 31.80           ~ 84 0
47 6dFGS gJ172322.0-001701 LIN 17 23 21.943 -00 17 00.96   15.1       ~ 381 0
48 QSO B1725-142 QSO 17 28 19.7893541722 -14 15 55.855574749   14.69 14.03 13.7   ~ 254 0
49 NAME Galactic Center gam 17 45 39.60213 -29 00 22.0000           ~ 12316 0
50 NGC 6764 LIN 19 08 16.348 +50 55 59.14   15.00 14.32     ~ 280 1
51 [VV2000] J201329.8-414735 QSO 20 13 29.509 -41 47 35.48   17.0       ~ 109 2
52 IC 5063 Sy2 20 52 02.329 -57 04 07.60   12.92 13.60 11.30   ~ 570 1
53 ESO 286-19 LIN 20 58 26.8182983654 -42 38 59.418569678   14.79 14.79 14.20   ~ 256 0
54 NAME South America H2G 22 51 49.307 -17 52 23.96   16.97       ~ 295 3
55 NGC 7469 Sy1 23 03 15.674 +08 52 25.28 12.60 13.00 12.34     ~ 1939 3
56 NGC 7479 Sy2 23 04 56.668 +12 19 22.36 11.74 11.60 10.85 10.47 9.66 ~ 692 2
57 2MASX J23083397+0521293 Sy2 23 08 33.9521188955 +05 21 29.763819747           ~ 138 0
58 2MASX J23390127+3621087 SyG 23 39 01.274 +36 21 08.77   16.17       ~ 199 1

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