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|Title:||The WISSH Project: Winds In The BLR||Authors:||VIETRI, GIUSTINA
|Issue Date:||2016||Volume:||Active Galactic Nuclei 12: A Multi-Messenger Perspective (AGN12)||First Page:||22||Abstract:||(On behalf of the WISSH collaboration) The WISE/SDSS-selected hyper-luminous quasar (WISSH) survey is an extensive multi-band observing program to investigate the role of nuclear activity in SMBH-galaxy self-regulated growth via extended outflows. Our ongoing project is designed to accurately probe the relationship between nuclear and host galaxy ISM properties in a large sample of 90 quasars at the brightest end of the AGN luminosity function (log LBol > 47.3) and at the peak of their number density (z 2.5-3.5)We will report on the discovery of highly accreting (0.3-3Ledd), ten billion solar masses SMBHs being able to produce very powerful (up to 4% of L_bol) ionized outflows and accretion disk windsThe impact of AGN-driven feedback on their host galaxies will be also discussed.||Conference Name:||Active Galactic Nuclei 12: A Multi-Messenger Perspective (AGN12)||Conference Place:||Napoli, Italy||Conference Date:||26-29 September, 2016||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12386/27884||URL:||https://zenodo.org/record/163618#.X41kxdAzY2w||DOI:||10.5281/zenodo.163618||Bibcode ADS:||2016agnt.confE..22V||Fulltext:||open|
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