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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 10/2016, Volume 462, Issue 1, pp. 115 - 136
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 10/2016, Volume 462, Issue 1, p. 115
  Ray tracing radiative transfer is a powerful method for comparing theoretical models of black hole accretion flows and jets with observations. We present a... 
Interfaces | Computer programming | Coding theory | Black holes | Geodetics | Accretion disks
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 10/2016, Volume 462, Issue 1, pp. 115 - 115
Ray tracing radiative transfer is a powerful method for comparing theoretical models of black hole accretion flows and jets with observations. We present a... 
Fittings | Mathematical analysis | Geodesy | Transportation models | Black holes (astronomy) | Mathematical models | Radiative transfer | Spinning
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The Astrophysical Journal Letters, ISSN 2041-8205, 01/2011, Volume 727, Issue 1, p. L24
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 01/2017, p. stx103
Until recently, the strong interstellar scattering observed towards the Galactic center (GC) black hole, Sgr A*, was thought to come from dense gas within the... 
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 01/2015, Volume 446, Issue 2, p. 1973
  The Event Horizon Telescope (EHT), a global sub-millimetre wavelength very long baseline interferometry array, is now resolving the innermost regions around... 
Black holes | Space telescopes | Star & galaxy formation | Astronomy | Gravity
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Astrophysical Journal Letters, ISSN 2041-8205, 04/2019, Volume 875, Issue 1, p. L1
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JACC (Journal of the American College of Cardiology), ISSN 0735-1097, 2014, Volume 63, Issue 12, pp. A643 - A643
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 03/2014, Volume 438, Issue 4, p. 3352
  We propose a new model of the steep power-law state of luminous black hole X-ray binaries. The model uses the fact that at high luminosities, the inner radii... 
Black holes | Luminosity | Space telescopes | Accretion disks | Star & galaxy formation
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by Karl, Martina and Pfuhl, Oliver and Eisenhauer, Frank and Genzel, Reinhard and Grellmann, Rebekka and Habibi, Maryam and Abuter, Roberto and Accardo, Matteo and Amorim, António and Anugu, Narsireddy and Ávila, Gerardo and Benisty, Myriam and Berger, Jean-Philippe and Blind, Nicolas and Bonnet, Henri and Bourget, Pierre and Brandner, Wolfgang and Brast, Roland and Buron, Alexander and O Garatti, Alessio Caratti and Chapron, Frédéric and Clénet, Yann and Collin, Claude and Du Foresto, Vincent Coudé and De Wit, Willem-Jan and De Zeeuw, Tim and Deen, Casey and Delplancke-Ströbele, Françoise and Dembet, Roderick and Derie, Frédéric and Dexter, Jason and Duvert, Gilles and Ebert, Monica and Eckart, Andreas and Esselborn, Michael and Fédou, Pierre and Finger, Gert and Garcia, Paulo and Garcia Dabo, Cesar Enrique and Garcia Lopez, Rebeca and Gao, Feng and Gendron, Éric and Gillessen, Stefan and Gonté, Frédéric and Gordo, Paulo and Grözinger, Ulrich and Guajardo, Patricia and Guieu, Sylvain and Haguenauer, Pierre and Hans, Oliver and Haubois, Xavier and Haug, Marcus and Haußmann, Frank and Henning, Thomas and Hippler, Stefan and Horrobin, Matthew and Huber, Armin and Hubert, Zoltan and Hubin, Norbert and Jakob, Gerd and Jochum, Lieselotte and Jocou, Laurent and Kaufer, Andreas and Kellner, Stefan and Kendrew, Sarah and Kern, Lothar and Kervella, Pierre and Kiekebusch, Mario and Klein, Ralf and Köhler, Rainer and Kolb, Johan and Kulas, Martin and Lacour, Sylvestre and Lapeyrère, Vincent and Lazareff, Bernard and Le Bouquin, Jean-Baptiste and Léna, Pierre and Lenzen, Rainer and Lévêque, Samuel and Lin, Chien-Cheng and Lippa, Magdalena and Magnard, Yves and Mehrgan, Leander and Mérand, Antoine and Moulin, Thibaut and Müller, Eric and Müller, Friedrich and Neumann, Udo and Oberti, Sylvain and Ott, Thomas and Pallanca, Laurent and Panduro, Johana and Pasquini, Luca and Paumard, Thibaut and Percheron, Isabelle and Perraut, Karine and Perrin, Guy and Pflüger, Andreas and Duc, Thanh Phan and Plewa, Philipp M and ... and GRAVITY Collaboration and GRAVITY collaboration
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