Giuseppina Fabbiano

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We present the discovery of four absorption lines in the X-ray spectrum of the Seyfert Galaxy NGC 1365, at energies between 6.7 and 8.3 keV. The lines are detected with high statistical confidence (from > 20σ for the strongest to ∼ 4σ for the weakest) in two XMM-Newton observations 60 ksec long. We also detect the same lines, with lower signal-to-noise (but(More)
– 2 – We report the discovery of a faint (L x ∼ 4 ± 1.5 × 10 37 erg s −1 , 0.5-2 keV), out-flowing gaseous hot interstellar medium (ISM) in NGC 3379. This represents the lowest X-ray luminosity ever measured from a hot phase of the ISM in a nearby early type galaxy. The discovery of the hot ISM in a very deep Chandra observation was possible thanks to its(More)
We present an occultation of the central X-ray emitting region in the Seyfert Galaxy NGC 1365. This extreme spectral variation (from Compton-thin to reflection-dominated and back to Compton-thin in four days) has been caught in a ten days Chandra monitoring campaign consisting of six short (15 ks) observations performed every two days. We discuss the(More)
We present the integrated 411 ks Chandra ACIS-S exposure of the Antennae galaxies (NGC 4038/39). Besides a rich population of point-like sources, this spectacular image reveals a spatially and spectrally complex hot diffuse gaseous component. For the first time we detect intense line emission from Fe, Ne, Mg and Si in The Antennae, and obtain a detailed(More)
We report the detailed analysis of the X-ray properties of the discrete sources detected in a long (72 ks) Chandra ACIS-S observation of the Antennae galaxies. We detect 49 sources, down to a detection limit of ∼ 10 38 erg s −1 ; 18 sources have L X > 10 39 erg s −1 (Ultra Luminous X-ray sources; ULXs). Six of the 49 sources have an extended component. Two(More)
A deep Chandra look at the low L B elliptical NGC 821: X-ray binaries, a galactic wind and emission at the nucleus ABSTRACT The relatively nearby (distance=24.1 Mpc) elliptical galaxy NGC821, hosting a central massive black hole but inactive at all wavelengths, was observed with Chandra for a total exposure of 230 ksec, to search for nuclear emission and(More)
Article is made available in accordance with the publisher's policy and may be subject to US copyright law. Please refer to the publisher's site for terms of use. The MIT Faculty has made this article openly available. Please share how this access benefits you. Your story matters. ABSTRACT The Chandra Source Catalog (CSC) is a general purpose virtual X-ray(More)