Black Hole Astrophysics Chapters 6.5.2 126.96.36.199 9.1~9.2.1. Including part of Schutz Ch4. All figures extracted from online sources of from the textbook. Overview.
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Black Holes, Gravity to the Max. By Dr. Harold Williams of Montgomery College Planetarium http://montgomerycollege.edu/Departments/planet/ Given in the planetarium Saturday 20 November 2010. Black Hole in front of the Milky Way, out galaxy with 10 Solar Masses and viewed from 600km away. 0.
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Lec 4, Friday 17 Feb. potential and eqs. of motion in general geometry Axisymmetric spherical . Laplacian in various coordinates. Example: Energy is conserved in STATIC potential. The orbital energy of a star is given by:. 0 since and. 0 for static potential.
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Falling into a black hole. by Alison Hammond and Jason Cheng. Background-Gravity. Gravity is one of the four fundamental interactions. General Relativity (GR) is the modern interpretation of gravity.
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Dark Energy Cosmology. Robert Caldwell Dartmouth College. INPE Winter School September 12-16, 2005. galaxy rotation curves. dark matter. Pioneer anomaly. Anderson et al, PRL 81 (1998) 2858. drift of Astronomical Unit. Krasinsky & Brumberg, Cel. Mech. & Dyn. Astro. 90 (2004) 267.
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Black Hole Jets. Acceleration of jets Collimation of jets Superluminal motion Evolution of jets. Jets. | -- Size of our Galaxy -- |. Jets. Acceleration of a jet. Collimation of a jet. Production of jets is not well understood and is a major topic in current research.
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Joint Conference Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean (PAM) and the Unites Nations Trade and Productive Capacity Cluster. Support for Corporate and Sectorial Strategies in the Region. Francesco Zanotti Senior Partner CSE-Crescendo (email@example.com ).
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Galaxies. Spring 2009. Announcements. Current moon phase: waxing crescent. Planetarium trip Monday , May 4th. Show starts at 7:30 sharp. Location: http://www.astro.umass.edu/~salberts/astro103/tuesday/ Any transportation issues? No class on Tuesday, May 5th.
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QSO - m QSO - GRB ANALOGY. HAVE THE SAME 3 BASIC INGREEDIENTS (M. & Luis Rodriguez, S&T 2002). neutron star. no ?. no. AN UNIVERSAL MAGNETO-HYDRODINAMIC MECHANISM FOR JETS ?. GAMMA-RAY BURSTS. THE MOST ENERGETIC EXPLOSIONS IN THE UNIVERSE.
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Supermassive Black Holes. Course 689 Presentation by Yan Shi Nov 5, 2009. A Fundamental Relation Between Supermassive Black Holes and their host Galaxies 1 Laura Ferrarese, David Merritt (Published August 2000) Beyond the Bulge: A Fundamental Relation Between
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Black Hole Jets. Acceleration of jets Collimation of jets Superluminal motion Evolution of jets. A black hole is observed at a luminosity of 60,000 solar luminosities. The black hole mass must be. at least 2 solar masses less than 2 solar masses exactly 2 solar masses
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The Structure of Our Galaxy -- The Milky Way The Spiral Structure of the Milky Way Spiral Arm Tracers Hot OB-type stars H II regions Supergiants Young clusters Dust Galactic Bulge and Galactic Center (nucleus) Obscured by > 30 mags of extinction by dust The infrared view 25 microns
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