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

Astronomical Institute, Academy of Sciences, Prague

Abstract
High angular resolution radio interferometry at high frequencies enables us to study in great detail the emission mechanisms of the central region of our Galaxy, which harbours the supermassive black hole source Sagittarius A*. This talk will focus on recent results from our observations with two radio interferometer arrays, the Combined Array for Research in Millimeter-wave Astronomy (CARMA) and Australia Telescope Compact Array (ATCA), and the infrared Very Large Telescope (VLT). I will also present results from the flare modelling of Sgr A* based on multi-wavelength observing campaigns, along with high-resolution maps and a spectral index analysis of the extended emission of the central region (the "mini-spiral") at 3 and 1.3 mm, and compare them to maps in near-infrared Br-gamma (2.16 micron) and mid-indfrared (8.6 micron) wavelengths. I will discuss physical properties of gas and dust that can be deduced from these measurements, such as spectral index, emission measure, density, mass, and extinction.

Location: Seminar held at the Institute of Theoretical Physics, Praha-Troja


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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