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2005ApJ...620...88G The Discovery of a High-Redshift X-Ray - Emitting QSO Very Close to the Nucleus of NGC 7319 Pasquale Galianni, E. M. Burbidge, H. Arp, V. Junkkarinen, G. Burbidge, and Stefano Zibetti Abstract. A strong X-ray source only 8" from the nucleus of the Seyfert 2 galaxy NGC 7319 in Stephan's Quintet has been discovered by Chandra. We have identified the optical counterpart and show that it is a QSO with z_e_=2.114. It is also an ultraluminous X-ray source with L_X_=1.5x10^40^ ergs s^-1^. From the optical spectra of the QSO and the interstellar gas of NGC 7319 together, we show that it is very likely that the QSO is interacting with the interstellar gas. Keywords: Galaxies: Active, Galaxies: Individual: NGC 7319, Galaxies: Quasars: General, X-Rays: General
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