REJ1034+396 Reverberation Analysis (XMM-Newton)

Overview

REJ1034+396 is a highly variable Seyfert 1 galaxy observed by XMM-Newton several times since May 2007. The following tables present an overview of the analysis:

CoordinatesRA 15h 04m 01.20s, Dec +10d 26' 16.2"
MBH~1.5 x 106 M (1)
z0.04 (1)
i30° (4)
NH0.0138 x 1022 cm-2 (2)
DL184 Mpc (3)

Main findings

Obs ID Year 0.3-10keV Flux / cm-2s-1 Mean count rate s-1 Total Counts Photon Index χ2 / dof Reduced χ2 Exp (k/sec) Pileup core
0506440101 2007 2.2e-14 7 5.7557e+05 2.6 608/534 1.1 84.0 21 arcsecs
0561580201 2009 5.1e-14 4 2.4146e+05 2.4 406/386 1.1 54.0 No
0655310101 2010 9.7e-14 3 1.5036e+05 2.1 390/364 1.1 45.0 No
0655310201 2010 8.1e-14 3 1.6376e+05 2.0 390/363 1.1 50.0 No

References

  1. Done et al (2012), Intrinsic disc emission and the soft X-ray excess in active galactic nuclei. MNRAS 420, 1848-1860
  2. Chandra, Proposal planning toolkit, Colden: Galactic Neutral Hydrogen Density Calculator. Chandra
  3. NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database. NED
  4. Czerny et al. (2018), The model constraints from the observed trends for the quasi-periodic oscillation in RE J1034+396 arXiv:1811.04326

Created by: Stephen Hancock, University of Bristol, HH Wills Physics Lab.

email: steff.hancock@bristol.ac.uk