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2017ApJ...835..226K AGN Coronae through a Jet Perspective King, Ashley L.; Lohfink, Anne; Kara, Erin Abstract. This paper presents an in-depth look at the jet and coronal properties of 41 active galactic nuclei (AGNs). Utilizing the highest quality NuSTAR, XMM-Newton, and NRAO VLA Sky Survey 1.4 GHz data, we find that the radio Eddington luminosity inversely scales with X-ray reflection fraction, and positively scales with the distance between the corona and the reflected regions in the disk. We next investigate a model fit to the data that predicts the corona is outflowing and propagates into the large-scale jet. We find this model describes the data well and predicts that the corona has mildly relativistic velocities, 0.04< beta < 0.40. We discuss our results in the context of disk--jet connections in AGNs. Key words: accretion, accretion disks, black hole physics, galaxies: active, galaxies: jets, X-rays: galaxies
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