IMAGING THE CIRCUMNUCLEAR REGION OF NGC 1365 WITH CHANDRA

@article{Wang2009IMAGINGTC,
  title={IMAGING THE CIRCUMNUCLEAR REGION OF NGC 1365 WITH CHANDRA},
  author={Junfeng Wang and Giuseppina Fabbiano and Martin Elvis and Guido Risaliti and Joseph M. Mazzarella and Justin Howell and Steward Observatory and Italy Ipac and California Institute of Technology.},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={694},
  pages={718-733}
}
We present the first Chandra/ACIS imaging study of the circumnuclear region of the nearby Seyfert galaxy NGC 1365. The X-ray emission is resolved into pointlike sources and complex, extended emission. The X-ray morphology of the extended emission shows a biconical soft X-ray-emission region extending ~5 kpc in projection from the nucleus, coincident with the high-excitation outflow cones seen in optical emission lines particularly to the northwest. Harder X-ray emission is detected from a kpc… 
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