Radio properties of the low-redshift isolated galaxies with active nuclei

Pulatova, NG, Vavilova, IB, Vasylenko, AA, Ulyanov, OM
Kinemat. fiz. nebesnyh tel (Online) 2023, 39(2):47-72
Start Page: Extragalactic Astronomy
Language: Ukrainian

The purpose and the galaxy sample: We study the properties of 61 isolated galaxies with active nuclei (isolated AGNs) in radio range at the redshifts z m s ≤ 12m, a radial velocity of VrResults: We present radio fluxes densities available from the databases at the frequency of 1.4 GHz or 5 GHz for isolated AGNs from the 2MIG catalog. For 51 of the 61 galaxies of the sample, we were able to find fluxes densities at 1.4 GHz. These values for most isolated AGNs are in the range of 3...20 mJy, for two galaxies PGC35009 and NGC6951 in the range of 50...200 mJy, two galaxies ESO483-009 and ESO097-013 have spectral fluxes densities of 352 and 1200 mJy, respectively, and for 10 isolated AGNs fluxes densities are less than 3 mJy; radio fluxes densities for NGC0157 are not related to the position of this galaxy. We calculated the ratio R of the spectral fluxes densities in the radio to those in the optical bands. Since only eight isolated AGNs have measured 5 GHz fluxes densities, we used the 1.4 GHz radio flux conversion to 5 GHz to derive this ratio, assuming the spectral index alpha; = 0.7 as usual for Seyfert-type galaxies as Sv ∝ v–alpha; . For 27 isolated AGNs radio fluxes densities at 5 GHz are lower 3 mJy, for 15 AGNs are in 4...15 mJy, for 7 AGNs are in the range 15...55 mJy, two galaxies have radio fluxes densities 304 mJy and 132 mJy, ESO097-013 and ESO483-009, respectively. We found that 51 isolated AGNs are the radio quiet sources (R Conclusions: The systematization of the properties of the low-redshift 61 isolated AGNs in the radio range, of which 36 are in the northern and 25 in the southern sky, has future goal of setting up a program radio astronomical observations for estimating radiation fluxes densities and monitoring research for more detailed mapping of the characteristics of radio emission of these galaxies in comparison with the optical and X-ray properties. Observations in the radio range are important as it makes possible to track and separate star formation regions of a galaxy and central regions with a supermassive black hole, and thus provide information about the nature of nuclear activity.

Keywords: fundamental parameters, galaxies active, galaxies isolated, radio continuum general

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