AGN Luminosity and Stellar Age: Two Missing Ingredients for AGN Unification as Seen with iPTF Supernovae

@article{Villarroel2017AGNLA,
  title={AGN Luminosity and Stellar Age: Two Missing Ingredients for AGN Unification as Seen with iPTF Supernovae},
  author={B. Villarroel and A. Nyholm and T. Karlsson and S. Comer'on and A. Korn and J. Sollerman and E. Zackrisson},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2017},
  volume={837},
  pages={110}
}
Active galactic nuclei (AGNs) are extremely powerful cosmic objects, driven by accretion of hot gas upon super-massive black holes. The zoo of AGN classes is divided into two major groups, with Typ ... 
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