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A Study of the Flaring Properties and Polarized Emission of Blazars (speaker: Nicholas MacDonald, Boston University)

active galactic nuclei (AGN) whose relativistic plasma jets are thought to be closely aligned to our line-of-sight. The emission from blazars is predominantly non-thermal, including radio synchrotron radiation and X-ray…

Intrinsic Absorption in the Spectrum of NGC 7469: Simultaneous Chandra, FUSE, and STIS Observations

1 Astrophysical Journal Scott, J.E. and Kriss, G.A. and Lee, J.C. and Quijano, J.K. and Brotherton, M. and Canizares, C.R. and Green, R.F. and Hutchings, J. and Kaiser, M.E. and…

High-Energy Astrophysics. American and Soviet Perspectives

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IAP 2020 — Moritz Guenther: How Stars are Born (1/30/2020)

…an example of how we process the observations to extractscientific conclusions. Star formation is a very active area of research with many openquestions to solve and certainly one of the…

Kim Honggeun

…on the torus of Active Galactic Nucleus (AGN). At MIT, I am working with Professor Jacqueline Hewitt on radio interferometry and cosmology. Specifically, we are building and using a telescope,…

Joss Paul C.

…massive stars in a binary system merge to form a single, rapidly rotating star. The newly formed star later explodes to form an extraordinary type of supernova, which has been…

A Detection of an X-ray Wind and an Ionized Disk in the Chandra HETGS Observation of the Seyfert 2 Galaxy IRAS 18325-5926

1 Astrophysical Journal Mocz, P. and Lee, J.C. and Iwasawa, K. and Canizares, C.R. 3 5662 Mocz, P. and Lee, J.C. and Iwasawa, K. and Canizares, C.R. yes…

Fuelling mechanisms and star formation in low redshift AGN (Sara Ellison, University of Victoria)

…both optically and mid-IR selected AGN, and that these AGN are triggered preferentially in the late stages of the merger. On the other hand, I will argue that low accretion…