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Winds and Outflows in Starburst Galaxies and AGN

  • Stefanie Komossa (a1), Günther Hasinger (a1) and Hartmut Schulz (a2)

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Winds and outflows in starburst galaxies and AGN provide important information on the physics of the ‘central engine’, the presence and evolution of (nuclear) starbursts, and the metal enrichment of the nuclear environment and the intergalactic medium. Here, we concentrate on two examples, X-ray observations of the (U)LIRG NGC 6240 and the BAL quasar APM 08279+5255.

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Winds and Outflows in Starburst Galaxies and AGN

  • Stefanie Komossa (a1), Günther Hasinger (a1) and Hartmut Schulz (a2)

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