Galactic Dynamics Research Group
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Tue, 29 Nov 2011 10:00:00
TALK: Devaky Kunneriath: The Galactic center region

Astronomical Institute, Academy of Sciences, Prague

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High angular resolution radio interferometry at high frequencies enables us to study in great detail ... more
Wed, 23 Nov 2011 15:00:00
TALK: Agata Rozanska: Radiative transfer approach for X-ray astronomy

N. Copernicus Astronomical Center, Warsaw, Poland
Mon, 31 Oct 2011 14:00:00
TALK: Martin Setvak: Meteorologicke druzice Meteosat druhe generace

Czech Hydrometeorological Institute, Satellite Department, Prague

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Meteosat Second Generation (MSG) a organizace EUMETSAT. Strucna historie a status organizace, clenstvi CR, licencni ... more
Mon, 25 Jul 2011 14:00:00
TALK: Tapas K. Das: Portrait of a Dark Face

Harish-Chandra Research Institute, India

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The massive black hole at our Galactic centre possesses largest apparent angular size of the event horizon. ... 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--
01/2002 - Palous, J., Wunsch, R., Ehlerova, S., The Fragmentation of Expanding Shells: Cloud Formation Rates and Masses
Extragalactic Star Clusters, IAU Symposium 207, Held in Pucon, Chile March 12-16, 2001. Edited by D. Geisler, E.K. Grebel, and D. Minniti. San Francisco: Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2002., p.675
01/2002 - Palous, J., Vondrak, J., Solc, M., Astronomy and astrophysics in the Czech Republic
In: Organizations and strategies in astronomy III. Andre Heck (ed.). Astrophysics and Space Science Library, Vol. 280. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, ISBN 1-4020-0812-0, 2002, p. 163 - 179
01/2002 - Jelinek, M., Nekola, M., Kubanek, P., Stoklasova, I., Hudec, R.GRB020317, optical observations.
GRB Coordinates Network, 1278, 1 (2002)
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