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A Cool Core Disturbed: Observational Evidence for the Coexistence of Subsonic Sloshing Gas and Stripped Shock-heated Gas around the Core of RX J1347.5–1145

  • Authors: Shutaro Ueda, Tetsu Kitayama, Masamune Oguri, Eiichiro Komatsu, Takuya Akahori, Daisuke Iono, Takumi Izumi, Ryohei Kawabe, Kotaro Kohno, Hiroshi Matsuo, Naomi Ota, Yasushi Suto, Shigehisa Takakuwa, Motokazu Takizawa, Takahiro Tsutsumi, and Kohji Yoshikawa

2018 The Astrophysical Journal 866 48.

  • Provider: AAS Journals

Caption: Figure 1.

Surface brightnesses of the X-ray (left) and the SZE (right) of RX J1347.5–1145. The green cross corresponds to the position of the central AGN identified by ALMA at 92 GHz. The X-ray surface brightness in the 0.4–7.0 keV band is shown as the logarithm value in units of photon s−1 arcsec−2 cm−2. This image is smoothed by the Gaussian kernel with 2.″3 FWHM. Overlaid is a white elliptical annulus within which variation of this surface brightness is minimized at the mean radius between 15″ and 35″, excluding the southeast quadrant.  The SZE surface brightness is overlaid with the contours of the X-ray surface brightness, corresponding to 64%, 32%, 18%, 8%, 4%, and 2% of the peak value, after being smoothed by the Gaussian kernel with 2.″3 FWHM. Colors indicate the ALMA SZE map in mJy beam−1 smoothed to a beam size of 5″ FWHM. The beam size is presented as a black circle out of the map.

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