X-ray absorption and re-emission from an ionised outflow in the Type 1 QSO 2MASS 234449+1221

@inproceedings{Pounds2005XrayAA,
  title={X-ray absorption and re-emission from an ionised outflow in the Type 1 QSO 2MASS 234449+1221},
  author={Kenneth Alwyne Pounds and Belinda J. Wilkes and K. V. Sokolovsky University of Leicester and Harvard--Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics},
  year={2005}
}
We report on the analysis of a short XMM-Newton observation of the reddened Type 1 QSO 2MASS 234449+1221 first identified in the Two Micron All-Sky Survey. The underlying X-ray continuum is found to be typical of a broad-line active galaxy, with photon index Gamma ~ 1.9. Low energy absorption can be modelled by a column N_H ~ 10^22 cm^{-2} of moderately ionised gas or a smaller column of cold gas. Addition of a soft X-ray emission component significantly improves the fit in both cases. With the… Expand
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