Radio and X-ray properties of relativistic beaming models for ultraluminous X-ray sources
We calculate the broad-band radio-X-ray spectra predicted by microblazar and microquasar models for ultraluminous X-ray sources (ULXs), exploring the possibility that their dominant power-law component is produced by a relativistic jet, even at near-Eddington mass accretion rates. We do this by first constructing a generalized disc-jet theoretical framework in which some fraction of the total accretion power, Pa, is efficiently removed from the accretion disc by a magnetic torque responsible...[Show more]
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