XMM-Newton Observations of NGC 4051: Temporal Flux and Spectral Variability during Transition to the Faintest Phase in NGC 4051

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
XMM-Newton Observations of NGC 4051: Temporal Flux and Spectral Variability during Transition to the Faintest Phase in NGC 4051
Author(s)
Haba Y, Liebmann A, Fukumura K, Kunieda H, Tsuruta S
Publication Title
PUBLICATIONS OF THE ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN
Publication Title (abbreviated)
PUBL ASTRON SOC JPN
Publication Date
2008
ISSN
0004-6264
Volume
60
Issue
6
Page Count
10
First Page
1257
Last Page
1266
Keyword(s)
Astronomy & Astrophysics, galaxies: active, galaxies: individual (NGC 4051), galaxies: Seyfert, X-rays: galaxies, LINE SEYFERT-1 GALAXY, ULTRALUMINOUS INFRARED GALAXIES, DENSE MOLECULAR GAS, X-RAY-SPECTRUM, ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI, STAR-FORMATION RATE, ASCA OBSERVATIONS, ACCRETION FLOW, BLACK-HOLE, SWAN SONG
Citation
Haba Y, Liebmann A, Fukumura K, Kunieda H, Tsuruta S. XMM-Newton Observations of NGC 4051: Temporal Flux and Spectral Variability during Transition to the Faintest Phase in NGC 4051. PUBL ASTRON SOC JPN. 2008;60 (6):1257-1266.
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