A possible 16-hour period was detected by ASCA for the Seyfert I galaxy
IRAS 18325-5926. A five-day ASCA observation revealed 9 cycles with a 14
percent amplitude. The orbital period at 5 Rs implies a 200
black hole. This result requires confirmation.
(Credit: Figure and Text courtesy of Iwasawa)
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