# An infrared view of AGN feedback in a type-2 quasar: the case of the Teacup galaxy

@article{Almeida2017AnIV,
title={An infrared view of AGN feedback in a type-2 quasar: the case of the Teacup galaxy},
author={Cristina Ramos Almeida and Javier Piqueras L'opez and Montserrat Villar-Mart'in and Patricia S. Bessiere},
journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
year={2017},
volume={470},
pages={964-976}
}
We present near-infrared integral field spectroscopy data obtained with VLT/SINFONI of "the Teacup galaxy". The nuclear K-band (1.95-2.45 micron) spectrum of this radio-quiet type-2 quasar reveals a blueshifted broad component of FWHM~1600-1800 km/s in the hydrogen recombination lines (Pa$\alpha$, Br$\delta$, and Br$\gamma$) and also in the coronal line [Si VI]$\lambda$1.963 micron. Thus the data confirm the presence of the nuclear ionized outflow previously detected in the optical and reveal… Expand

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