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1H0707-495 ... Beyond Spectral Fitting

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A detailed study of more than 600 ks XMM data on the NLS1 1H0707 is presented. The variability is explored thoroughly. The spectrum is well described by a relativistically blurred reflection from ionised material. The variability indicates the spectrum is composed of two components, interpreted as a power-law between 1-4 keV, and a blurred reflection outside. A significant soft lag is seen between the two, which is interpreted as reverberation from within 8 gravitational radii.

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