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Summary: Galactic hot ISM. No significant X-ray absorption beyond the LMC (~< 10 19 cm -2 , assuming the solar abundance) A thick Galactic disk with a scale height 1-2 kpc, ~ the values of OVI absorbers and free electrons O abundance ~ solar or higher

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Summary galactic hot ism
Summary: Galactic hot ISM

  • No significant X-ray absorption beyond the LMC (~< 1019 cm-2, assuming the solar abundance)

  • A thick Galactic disk with a scale height 1-2 kpc, ~ the values of OVI absorbers and free electrons

  • O abundance ~ solar or higher

  • Mean T ~ 106.3+-0.2 K, ~ 106.1 K at solar neighborhood

  • Large nonthermal v dispersion, especially at the GC

  • High volume filling factor (> 0.8) within |z| < 1 kpc



The overcooling problem
The Overcooling Problem Galaxies and Possible Solutions


Toft et al. (2002) Muller & Bullock (2004) Galaxies and Possible Solutions


External perspective ngc 3556 sc
External Perspective: Galaxies and Possible Solutions NGC 3556 (Sc)

  • Active star forming

  • Hot gas scale height ~ 2 kpc

  • Lx ~ 1% of SN mech. Energy input

Red – optical

Green – 0.3-1.5 keV band

Blue – 1.5-7 keV band

Wang et al. 2004


Ngc 2841 sb
NGC 2841 (Sb) Galaxies and Possible Solutions

Red: optical

Blue: 0.3-1.5 keV diffuse emission


Correlation with sf
Correlation with SF Galaxies and Possible Solutions


Ngc 4565 sb

Wang (2004) Galaxies and Possible Solutions

Red – optical

Green – 0.3-1.5 keV band

Blue – 1.5-7 keV band

NGC 4565 (Sb)

Very low specific SFR

No sign for any outflows from the disk in radio and optical

William McLaughlin (ARGO Cooperative Observatory)


Ngc 4594 sa
NGC 4594 (Sa) Galaxies and Possible Solutions

H ring

Red: optical

Green: 0.3-1.5 keV

Blue: 1.5-7 keV


Ngc 4594 x ray spectra

NGC 4631 Galaxies and Possible Solutions

NGC 4594:X-ray spectra

Point source

disk

Outer bulge

  • Average T ~ 6 x 106 K

  • Strong Fe –L complex

  • Lx ~ 4 x 1039 erg/s, or ~ 2% of the energy input from Type Ia SNe alone

  • Not much cool gas to hide or convert the SN energy

  • Mass and metals are also missing!

    • Mass input rate of evolved stars

    • ~ 1.3 Msun/yr

    • Each Type Ia SN  0.7 Msun Fe

Inner bulge


Galaxy formation simulations vs observations
Galaxy formation simulations Galaxies and Possible Solutions vs. observations

NGC 4594

NGC 4565

NGC 4594

NGC 4565

Toft et al. (2003)


Correlation with mass
Correlation with mass Galaxies and Possible Solutions


No evidence for large scale x ray emitting galactic halos
No evidence for large-scale X-ray-emitting galactic halos Galaxies and Possible Solutions

Li et al. (2006)


Summary nearby galaxies
Summary: Nearby galaxies Galaxies and Possible Solutions

  • Good News

    • At least two components of diffuse hot gas:

      • Disk – driven by massive star formation

      • Bulge – heated primarily by Type-Ia SNe

    • Characteristic extent and temperature similar to the Galactic values

  • Bad news

    • Missing stellar feedback, at least in early-type spirals.

    • Little evidence for X-ray emission or absorption from IGM accretion --- maybe good news for solving the over-cooling problem.

Are these problems related?


Feedback
Feedback Galaxies and Possible Solutions

  • Radiation

  • AGNs

  • Supernovae

    • Core-collapsed SNe

    • Type 1a


Bulge wind model
Bulge wind model Galaxies and Possible Solutions

  • Spherical, steady, and adiabatic

  • NFW Dark matter halo + stellar bulge

  • Energy and mass input follows the stellar light distribution

  • CIE plasma emission

  • Implemented in XSPEC for both projected spectral and radial surface brightness analyses

Li & Wang 2006


Data vs model
Data vs model Galaxies and Possible Solutions

Consistent with the expected total mass loss and SN rates as well as the Fe abundance of ~ 4 x solar!



3 d hydro simulations
3-D hydro simulations bulge wind

  • Goals

    • To characterize the density, temperature, and metal abundance structures, the heating and cooling processes, and the kinematics of the HISM

    • To calibrate the 1-D model

  • Hydro simulations with metal particle tracers

    • Parallel, adaptive mesh refinement FLASH code

    • Whole galactic bulge simulation with the finest refinement in one octant down to 6 pc

    • Stellar mass injection and SNe, following stellar light

    • Realistic gravitational potential of the bulge and the dark matter halo


Galactic bulge simulation density
Galactic bulge simulation: density bulge wind

  • 3x3x3 kpc3 box

  • SN rate ~ 4x10-4 /yr

  • Mass injection rate ~0.03 Msun/yr

  • Logarithmic scale

  • Statistical steady state

  • ~ adiabatic

Tang et al. 2005


Rosat x ray all sky survey
ROSAT X-ray All-sky Survey bulge wind

Red – 1/4 keV band

Green – 3/4 keV band

Blue – 1.5 keV band


Conclusions and implications
Conclusions and implications bulge wind

  • Large inhomogeneity is expected

    • particularly in the hot Fe distribution

    • enhanced emission at both low and high temperatures (compared to the 1-D solution)

  • SNe generate waves in the HISM

    • Energy not dissipated locally or in swept-up shells

    • Maybe eventually damped by cool gas or in the galactic hot halo

    • Galactic wind not necessary

    • Possible solution to the over-cooling problem of galaxy formation


Galactic bulge simulation fe
Galactic bulge simulation: Fe bulge wind

  • Fe-rich ejecta dominate the high-T emission

  • Not well-mixed with the ambient medium

  • May cool too fast to be mixed with the global hot ISM


Non uniformity effects
Non-uniformity effects bulge wind

High Res.

1-D

Low Res.

1-D

Log(T(K))


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