Rapid Coeval Black Hole and Host Galaxy Growth in MRCnbsp1138-262: The Hungry Spider

N. Seymour, B. Altieri, C. De Breuck, P. Barthel, D. Coia, L. Conversi, H. Dannerbauer, A. Dey, M. Dickinson, G. Drouart, A. Galametz, T.R. Greve, M. Haas, N. Hatch, E. Ibar, R. Ivison, M.J. Jarvis, A. Kovács, J. Kurk, M. LehnertG. Miley, N. Nesvadba, J.I. Rawlings, A. Rettura, H. Röttgering, B. Rocca-Volmerange, M. Sánchez-Portal, J. S. Santos, D. Stern, J. Stevens, I. Valtchanov, J. Vernet, D. Wylezalek

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Abstract

We present a detailed study of the infrared spectral energy distribution of the high-redshift radio galaxy MRC1138-26 at z = 2.156, also known as the Spiderweb Galaxy. By combining photometry from Spitzer, Herschel and LABOCA we fit the rest-frame 5−300 μm emission using a two component, starburst and active galactic nucleus (AGN), model.
Original languageEnglish
Article number146
Number of pages8
JournalThe Astrophysical Journal
Volume755
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Aug 2012

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