X-ray Surface Brightness Profiles of Active Galactic Nuclei in the Extended Groth Strip: Implications for AGN Feedback

@article{Chatterjee2013XraySB,
  title={X-ray Surface Brightness Profiles of Active Galactic Nuclei in the Extended Groth Strip: Implications for AGN Feedback},
  author={Suchetana Chatterjee and Jeffrey A. Newman and Tesla E. Jeltema and Adam D. Myers and James Aird and Alison L. Coil and Michael C. Cooper and Alexis Finoguenov and Elise S. Laird and Antonio D Montero-Dorta and Kirpal Nandra and Christopher N. A. Willmer and Ren-bin Yan},
  journal={Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific},
  year={2013},
  volume={127},
  pages={716 - 725}
}
Using data from the All Wavelength Extended Groth Strip International Survey (AEGIS) we statistically detect the extended X-ray emission in the interstellar medium (ISM)/intracluster medium (ICM) in both active and normal galaxies at 0.3 ≤ z ≤ 1.3. For both active galactic nuclei (AGN) host galaxy and normal galaxy samples that are matched in restframe color, luminosity, and redshift distribution, we tentatively detect excess X-ray emission at scales of 1–10″ at a few σ significance in the… 
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