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AuthorsA.J. Young, M.A. Nowak, S. Markoff, H.L. Marshall, C.R. Canizares
TitleHigh-Resolution X-Ray Spectroscopy of a Low-Luminosity Active Galactic Nucleus: The Structure and Dynamics of M81*
JournalAstrophysical Journal
FacultyFaculty of Science
Institute/dept.FNWI: Astronomical Institute Anton Pannekoek (IAP)
AbstractWe present Chandra HETGS observations of the low-luminosity active galactic nucleus (LLAGN) of M81. The HETGS is unique in providing high-resolution spectroscopy of the central 1" of M81, including the iron K bandpass. The continuum is a power law of photon index Gamma=1.8, similar to that seen in highly luminous AGNs. Highly ionized emission lines, characteristic of gas at temperatures of T=10<SUP>6</SUP>-10<SUP>8</SUP> K, are detected. Many of these thermal lines are velocity broadened, with a FWHM of approximately 1500 km s<SUP>-1</SUP>. A separate thermal component is associated with a 2557 km s<SUP>-1</SUP> redshifted Fe XXVI emission line, characteristic of gas at temperatures T=10<SUP>7.4</SUP>-10<SUP>8</SUP> K. Neutral Fe, Ar, and Si Kalpha fluorescence lines indicate the presence of cold, dense material. The Si Kalpha fluorescence line is velocity broadened, with a FWHM of 1200 km s<SUP>-1</SUP>. If the fluorescence lines are produced by reflection from cold, Compton thick material, then the line strengths are not compatible with solar abundances, instead favoring enhanced Ar and Si abundances with respect to the Fe abundance. The Fe Kalpha line is narrow, with no evidence of a thin disk extending inside 55r<SUB>g</SUB> (where r<SUB>g</SUB>=GM/c<SUP>2</SUP> is the gravitational radius for a black hole of mass M). We show that a simple spectral model used to represent the expectations from a radiatively inefficient accretion flow (RIAF) describes the X-ray data well, while in a companion paper we will show that jet models with parameters similar to fits of hard state X-ray binaries describe both the X-ray and broadband (radio/optical) spectra. The HETGS spectra we present here offer an unprecedented view of the inner workings of a low-luminosity accretion flow, and thus can quantitatively constrain theoretical accretion flow models of LLAGNs such as M81*.
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