Thomas Boller

Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics, Arching, Bavaria, Germany

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    ABSTRACT: We report the x-ray properties of Bootes void galaxies detected by the ROSAT All-Sky Survey (RASS). By searching the fields of 26 radio and 27 emission-line-selected void galaxies, we have detected 9 x-ray emitting void galaxies at >2.7-sigma confidence level. Five of these 9 galaxies are in the IP,AS subsample. We expect 2 detections at the redshift of the Bootes void based on previous positional cross-correlation studies of the RASS and IRAS Point Source Catalogue sources. Three of the x-ray emitting galaxies are AGNs (IRAS~14288+5255, Mrk~845, and IRAS 15195+5050), and the remaining 6 are all likely emission line galaxies (PC~1357+4641, CG~547, CG~922, IRAS~14SOO+4804, CG~637, and IRAS~15092+3940). The far infrared flux levels of the AGN sources implies most of the observed x-ray emissivity is from starburst activity. We have carried out timing and spectral analysis for the narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxy Mrk~845. Poor statistics prevents detailed analysis of the remaining sources. only two galaxies in our sample, BHI 1514+3819 and FSS 1515+3823, were observed during ROSAT pointed observations resulting in a nondetection at the 1-sigma level.
    Preview · Article · Feb 2000 · The Astrophysical Journal

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  • 2000
    • Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics
      Arching, Bavaria, Germany