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The Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 1538-4357, 10/2019, Volume 884, Issue 1, p. 39
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 2017, Volume 468, Issue 2, pp. 2214 - 2221
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Astronomy & Astrophysics, ISSN 1432-0746, 2019, Volume 629, pp. 1 - 21
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Astronomy & Astrophysics, ISSN 0004-6361, 12/2019, Volume 632, p. A2
Context. The galaxy M 87 harbors a kiloparsec-scale relativistic jet, whose origin coincides with a compact source thought to be a supermassive black hole.... 
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Astronomy and Astrophysics, ISSN 0004-6361, 05/2018, Volume 613, p. A2
Context. Observational efforts to image the immediate environment of a black hole at the scale of the event horizon benefit from the development of efficient... 
Radiative transfer | Accretion | accretion disks | Black hole physics | PROFILES | accretion, accretion disks | SGR A-ASTERISK | radiative transfer | LIGHT | EVENT-HORIZON | SUPERMASSIVE BLACK-HOLE | SCHEME | CODE | black hole physics | MODELS | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | ACCRETION | QUASI-PERIODIC OSCILLATIONS | Physics - High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena
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Computational Astrophysics and Cosmology, ISSN 2197-7909, 2018, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 17
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ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS, ISSN 1432-0746, 09/2019, Volume 629, p. A61
Context. Worldwide very long baseline radio interferometry (VLBI) arrays are expected to obtain horizon-scale images of supermassive black hole candidates and... 
accretion, accretion disks | STABILITY | NEUTRON-STARS | EQUATIONS | GENERAL-RELATIVISTIC MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMICS | methods: numerical | SIMULATION | GODUNOV-TYPE SCHEMES | relativistic processes | black hole physics | MODELS | DISKS | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | JETS | FLOWS | magnetohydrodynamics (MHD)
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by Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration, The and Akiyama, Kazunori and Alberdi, Antxon and Alef, Walter and Asada, Keiichi and Azulay, Rebecca and Baczko, Anne-Kathrin and Ball, David and Baloković, Mislav and Barrett, John and Bintley, Dan and Blackburn, Lindy and Boland, Wilfred and Bouman, Katherine L and Bower, Geoffrey C and Bremer, Michael and Brinkerink, Christiaan D and Brissenden, Roger and Britzen, Silke and Broderick, Avery E and Broguiere, Dominique and Bronzwaer, Thomas and Byun, Do-Young and Carlstrom, John E and Chael, Andrew and Chan, Chi-Kwan and Chatterjee, Shami and Chatterjee, Koushik and Chen, Ming-Tang and Chen, Yongjun and Cho, Ilje and Christian, Pierre and Conway, John E and Cordes, James M and Crew, Geoffrey B and Cui, Yuzhu and Davelaar, Jordy and De Laurentis, Mariafelicia and Deane, Roger and Dempsey, Jessica and Desvignes, Gregory and Dexter, Jason and Doeleman, Sheperd S and Eatough, Ralph P and Falcke, Heino and Fish, Vincent L and Fomalont, Ed and Fraga-Encinas, Raquel and Friberg, Per and Fromm, Christian M and Gómez, José L and Galison, Peter and Gammie, Charles F and Garcia, Roberto and Gentaz, Olivier and Georgiev, Boris and Goddi, Ciriaco and Gold, Roman and Gu, Minfeng and Gurwell, Mark and Hada, Kazuhiro and Hecht, Michael H and Hesper, Ronald and Ho, Luis C and Ho, Paul and Honma, Mareki and Huang, Chih-Wei L and Huang, Lei and Hughes, David H and Ikeda, Shiro and Inoue, Makoto and Issaoun, Sara and James, David J and Jannuzi, Buell T and Janssen, Michael and Jeter, Britton and Jiang, Wu and Johnson, Michael D and Jorstad, Svetlana and Jung, Taehyun and Karami, Mansour and Karuppusamy, Ramesh and Kawashima, Tomohisa and Keating, Garrett K and Kettenis, Mark and Kim, Jae-Young and Kim, Junhan and Kim, Jongsoo and Kino, Motoki and Koay, Jun Yi and Koch, Patrick M and Koyama, Shoko and Kramer, Michael and Kramer, Carsten and Krichbaum, Thomas P and Kuo, Cheng-Yu and Lauer, Tod R and Lee, Sang-Sung and Li, Yan-Rong and Li, Zhiyuan and ... and Event Horizon Telescope Collaborat and The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration and Los Alamos National Lab. (LANL), Los Alamos, NM (United States)
Astrophysical Journal Letters, ISSN 2041-8205, 04/2019, Volume 875, Issue 1, p. L5
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by Akiyama, Kazunori and Alberdi, Antxon and Alef, Walter and Asada, Keiichi and Azulay, Rebecca and Baczko, Anne-Kathrin and Ball, David and Baloković, Mislav and Barrett, John and Bintley, Dan and Blackburn, Lindy and Boland, Wilfred and Bouman, Katherine L and Bower, Geoffrey C and Bremer, Michael and Brinkerink, Christiaan D and Brissenden, Roger and Britzen, Silke and Broderick, Avery E and Broguiere, Dominique and Bronzwaer, Thomas and Byun, Do-Young and Carlstrom, John E and Chael, Andrew and Chan, Chi-Kwan and Chatterjee, Shami and Chatterjee, Koushik and Chen, Ming-Tang and Chen, Yongjun and Cho, Ilje and Christian, Pierre and Conway, John E and Cordes, James M and Crew, Geoffrey B and Cui, Yuzhu and Davelaar, Jordy and De Laurentis, Mariafelicia and Deane, Roger and Dempsey, Jessica and Desvignes, Gregory and Dexter, Jason and Doeleman, Sheperd S and Eatough, Ralph P and Falcke, Heino and Fish, Vincent L and Fomalont, Ed and Fraga-Encinas, Raquel and Friberg, Per and Fromm, Christian M and Gómez, José L and Galison, Peter and Gammie, Charles F and Garcia, Roberto and Gentaz, Olivier and Georgiev, Boris and Goddi, Ciriaco and Gold, Roman and Gu, Minfeng and Gurwell, Mark and Hada, Kazuhiro and Hecht, Michael H and Hesper, Ronald and Ho, Luis C and Ho, Paul and Honma, Mareki and Huang, Chih-Wei L and Huang, Lei and Hughes, David H and Ikeda, Shiro and Inoue, Makoto and Issaoun, Sara and James, David J and Jannuzi, Buell T and Janssen, Michael and Jeter, Britton and Jiang, Wu and Johnson, Michael D and Jorstad, Svetlana and Jung, Taehyun and Karami, Mansour and Karuppusamy, Ramesh and Kawashima, Tomohisa and Keating, Garrett K and Kettenis, Mark and Kim, Jae-Young and Kim, Junhan and Kim, Jongsoo and Kino, Motoki and Koay, Jun Yi and Koch, Patrick M and Koyama, Shoko and Kramer, Michael and Kramer, Carsten and Krichbaum, Thomas P and Kuo, Cheng-Yu and Lauer, Tod R and Lee, Sang-Sung and Li, Yan-Rong and Li, Zhiyuan and Lindqvist, Michael and ... and Event Horizon Telescope Collaborat and The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration
Astrophysical Journal Letters, ISSN 2041-8205, 04/2019, Volume 875, Issue 1, p. L6
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