THEM-σ ANDM-LRELATIONS IN GALACTIC BULGES, AND DETERMINATIONS OF THEIR INTRINSIC SCATTER

@article{Gultekin2009THEMAI,
  title={THEM-$\sigma$ ANDM-LRELATIONS IN GALACTIC BULGES, AND DETERMINATIONS OF THEIR INTRINSIC SCATTER},
  author={Kayhan Gultekin and Douglas O. Richstone and Karl Gebhardt and Tod R. Lauer and Scott Tremaine and Monique C. Aller and Ralf Bender and Alan Dressler and S. M. Faber and Alexei V. Filippenko and Richard Green and Luis C. Ho and John Kormendy and John Magorrian and Jason Pinkney and Christos Siopis Dept. of Astronomy and University of Michigan and Department of Physics Astronomy and University of North Texas and National Optical Astronomy Observatory and School of Physical Sciences and Institute for Advanced Study and Dep. of Physics and Institute of Radio Astronomy and Eth zurich and Universitaets-Sternwarte der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat and Observatories of the Carnegie Institution of Washington and University of ArizonaSteward Observatory and Board of Studies in Astronomy and Astrophysics and University of Southern California and Santa Cruz and Berkeley and Lbt Observatory and University of Arizona and University of Texas at Austin Department of Physics and Astronomy and Ohio Northern University and Institut d'Astronomie et d'Astrophysique and Universit'e libre de Bruxelles},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={698},
  pages={198-221}
}
We derive improved versions of the relations between supermassive black hole mass (M BH) and host-galaxy bulge velocity dispersion (σ) and luminosity (L; the M-σ and M-L relations), based on 49 M BH measurements and 19 upper limits. Particular attention is paid to recovery of the intrinsic scatter (e0) in both relations. We find log(M BH/M) = α + βlog(σ/200 km s-1) with (α, β, e0) = (8.12 0.08, 4.24 0.41, 0.44 0.06) for all galaxies and (α, β, e0) = (8.23 0.08, 3.96 0.42, 0.31 0.06) for… 
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  • K. Gültekin
  • Physics
    Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union
  • 2009
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