A Dual Black Hole Associated with Obscured and Unobscured AGNs: CXO J101527.2+625911

@article{Kim2019ADB,
  title={A Dual Black Hole Associated with Obscured and Unobscured AGNs: CXO J101527.2+625911},
  author={D.-C. Kim and Emmanuel Momjian and Ilsang Yoon and Minjin Kim and Aaron S. Evans and Ji Hoon Kim and Sean T. Linden and L. Barcos-Mu{\~n}oz and George C. Privon},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2019}
}
We report the results of an investigation to determine the nature of the offset active galactic nucleus (AGN) found in the source CXO J101527.2+625911. Hubble Space Telescope and Chandra X-ray observatory data had suggested that the offset AGN, which has an angular separation of only 0\farcs26 from the center of the host galaxy, is a recoiled Super Massive Black Hole (rSMBH). We carried out high angular resolution observations with both the VLBA (1.54 GHz) and the VLA (10.0 GHz \& 33.0 GHz) and… Expand
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