X-RAY EMISSION IN NON-AGN GALAXIES AT z ≃ 1

@article{Chatterjee2015XRAYEI,
  title={X-RAY EMISSION IN NON-AGN GALAXIES AT z ≃ 1},
  author={Suchetana Chatterjee and Jeffrey A. Newman and Tesla E. Jeltema and Adam D. Myers and James Aird and Kevin Bundy and Christopher J. Conselice and Michael C. Cooper and Elise S. Laird and Kirpal Nandra and Christopher N. A. Willmer},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2015},
  volume={806}
}
Using data from the DEEP2 galaxy redshift survey and the All Wavelength Extended Groth Strip International Survey we obtain stacked X-ray maps of galaxies at 0.7 ≤ z ≤ 1.0 ?> as a function of stellar mass. We compute the total X-ray counts of these galaxies and show that in the soft band (0.5–2 kev) there exists a significant correlation between galaxy X-ray counts and stellar mass at these redshifts. The best-fit relation between X-ray counts and stellar mass can be characterized by a power… 

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