A Potential Recoiling Supermassive Black Hole CXO J101527.2+625911

@article{Kim2017APR,
  title={A Potential Recoiling Supermassive Black Hole CXO J101527.2+625911},
  author={D.-C. Kim and Ilsang Yoon and George C. Privon and Aaron S. Evans and David R. Harvey and Sabrina Stierwalt and Ji Hoon Kim},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies},
  year={2017}
}
We have carried out a systematic search for recoiling supermassive black holes (rSMBH) using the Chandra Source and SDSS Cross Matched Catalog. From the survey, we have detected a potential rSMBH, 'CXO J101527.2+625911' at z=0.3504. The CXO J101527.2+625911 has a spatially offset (1.26$\pm$0.05 kpc) active SMBH and kinematically offset broad emission lines (175$\pm$25 km s$^{\rm -1}$ relative to systemic velocity). The observed spatial and velocity offsets suggest this galaxy could be a rSMBH… 

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