# Positive and Negative Feedback of AGN Outflows in NGC 5728

@article{Shin2019PositiveAN,
title={Positive and Negative Feedback of AGN Outflows in NGC 5728},
author={Jaejin Shin and Jong-Hak Woo and Aeree Chung and Junhyun Baek and Kyuhyoun Cho and Daeun Kang and Hyun-Jin Bae},
journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
year={2019}
}
We present a spatially-resolved analysis of ionized and molecular gas in a nearby Seyfert 2 galaxy NGC 5728, using the VLT/MUSE and ALMA data. We find ionized gas outflows out to ~kpc scales, which encounter the star formation ring at 1 kpc radius. The star formation rate of the encountering region is significantly high (~1.8 M$_{\rm sol}/yr/kpc^2$) compared to other regions in the ring. In contrast, the CO (2-1) emission is significantly weaker by a factor of ~3.5, indicating very high star… Expand
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