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2006ATel..719....1M Optical identification of IGR J13091+1137 as a heavily obscured AGN Masetti, N.; Palazzi, E.; Malizia, A.; Bird, A. J.; Norci, L.; Bruni, I.; Bazzano, A.; de Rosa, A. Abstract. In order to identify the nature of the active nucleus of spiral galaxy NGC 4992, associated with the Chandra</em> and INTEGRAL</em> high-energy sources CXOU J130905.6+113803 and IGR J13091+1137 (see Halpern, Atel #572 and Sazonov et al., 2005, A&A, 444, L37), we acquired a 15-minute optical spectrum on February 1, 2006 with the instrument BFOSC mounted on the 'G.D. Cassini' 1.5m telescope of the Astronomical Observatory of Bologna located in Loiano (Italy). Key words: Optical, X-ray, AGN
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