Observing Star Formation in local Active Galactic Nuclei from Swift-BAT survey

@inproceedings{Murray2017ObservingSF,
  title={Observing Star Formation in local Active Galactic Nuclei from Swift-BAT survey},
  author={S. Murray},
  year={2017}
}
A hallmark of the co-evolution between a super-massive black hole (SMBH) and its host galaxy is the connection between the growth of a SMBH (AGN activity) and of the galaxy (star formation). I investigate this connection by measuring the mean star formation rates (SFRs) of a sample of 313 galaxies of AGN selected from the Swift-BAT ultra-hard (14 – 195 keV) X-ray survey of the local Universe. This is achieved by separating the contribution of the AGN and star formation from the spectral energy… CONTINUE READING

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