Galactic Dynamics Research Group
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Fri, 24 Jun 2011 14:00:00
TALK: Bartosz Dabrowski: Preparation of ALMA observing proposals using the Observing Tool

Astronomical Institute, Academy of Sciences, Ondrejov

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The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) is an array of high-precision antennas operating at millimeter/submillimeter ... more
Wed, 22 Jun 2011 14:00:00
TALK: Yasufumi Kojima: Relativistic magnetic reconnection at X-type neutral points

Department of Physics, Hiroshima University, Japan

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The relativistic effects in the oscillatory damping of magnetic disturbances near two-dimensional X-points are investigated. ... more
Mon, 20 Jun 2011 14:00:00
TALK: Yasufumi Kojima: Recoil velocity induced by electromagnetic radiation

Department of Physics, Hiroshima University, Japan

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We examine the recoil velocity induced by the superposition of the magnetic dipole and quadrupole ... more
Tue, 3 May 2011 14:00:00
TALK: Jan Cechura: Hydrodynamics in X-ray binaries - A new hydrocode for wind simulation

Astronomical Institute, Academy of Sciences, Prague

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The Roche lobe overflow and the isotropic radial stellar wind were traditionally considered as two ... more
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Mon, 25 Jul 2011 14:00:00
TALK: Tapas K. Das: Portrait of a Dark Face

Harish-Chandra Research Institute, India

Abstract
The massive black hole at our Galactic centre possesses largest apparent angular size of the event horizon. This allows the astronomers to introduce a novel VLBI technique using which one can observationally resolve the length scale comparable to the size of the event horizon of our Galactic centre black hole, and to directly image the event horizon in radio wave. On the theoretical front, a consistent modeling of the general relativistic black hole accretion in Kerr metric is necessary to predict how that image would look like in reality, and how the spin of the black hole can observationally be estimated. With an accurate measurement of the black hole mass already made, such observational signature of black hole spin as well as the direct imaging of the event horizon can have profound impact on our attempt to understand the strong gravity black hole space time at the close vicinity of the event horizon.

Location: Seminar held at the Prague section of the Astronomical Institute: Praha-Sporilov, Bocni II


If you wish to give a talk at our seminar, please do not hesitate to contact Adam Ruzicka (adam.ruzicka@asu.cas.cz).
--Publications--
10/2011 - Wunsch, R., Silich, S., Palous, J., Tenorio-Tagle, G., Munoz-Tunon, C., Evolution of Super Star Cluster Winds with Strong Cooling
ApJ, Volume 740, Issue 2, article id. 75
08/2011 - Bisbas, T. G., Wunsch, R., Whitworth, A. P., Hubber, D. A., Walch, S.,
ApJ, Volume 736, Issue 2, article id. 142
08/2011 - Ortolani, S., Barbuy, B., Momany, Y., Saviane, I., Bica, E., Jilkova, L., Salerno, G. M.; Jungwiert, B., A Fossil Bulge Globular Cluster Revealed by very Large Telescope Multi-conjugate Adaptive Optics
ApJ, Volume 737, Issue 1, article id. 31
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