SUMMARY OF PROPOSAL 51191
KYOTO JAPAN 606-01
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SEARCH FOR THE X-RAY LUMINOUS OBJECTS IN THE ULTRALUMINOUS INFRARED GALAXIES' SAMPLE
ABSTRACTWe propose ASCA observations of two ultraluminous infrared galaxies(ULIRGs). Judged from the far-infrared color, starburst activity is still prosperous in these objects, but based on the radio and far-infrared luminosity ratio, these objects must have AGNs. Namely, we would be able to detect the strong X-ray emission from newborn AGNs in the ULIRGs' sample. This proposal is essential to check the scenario which describes that ULIRGs evolve into AGNs (Sanders et al.1988).
|TARGET NAME||PRI||RA||DEC||TIME||TC||OFF||GIS||SIS CNT||OBS|
|1)IRAS04154+1755|| 3|| 64.5900|| 18.0441|| 40 ks||N||Y||P||0.50000||1|