absolute magnitude

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(astronomy) the magnitude that a star would have if it were viewed from a distance of 10 parsecs (32

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bol](L, z) is a bolometric luminosity function (defined for the luminosity L integrated over all wavelengths) and [bar.
12) The bolometric luminosity function of all AGNs (including Comptonthin and Compton-thick AGNs) is derived from the hard XLF by assuming luminosity-dependent bolometric correction factors and their scatter.
82-84) In this analysis, one needs to introduce the Eddington ratio [lambda], the bolometric luminosity divided by the Eddington luminosity, given as [L.