The Central Regions of the Galaxy and Galaxies / Edition 1

The Central Regions of the Galaxy and Galaxies / Edition 1

by Yoshiaki Sofue
     
 

ISBN-10: 0792350618

ISBN-13: 9780792350613

Pub. Date: 09/06/2007

Publisher: Springer Netherlands

Advanced technologies in astronomy at various wavelengths have provided us with high-resolution and high-quality data of the central regions of nearby galaxies and of the Milky Way Galaxy. These data, both for the Galaxy and extragalactic centers, are now quite suitable for detailed comparative study. This IAU symposium was aimed at understanding the general

Overview

Advanced technologies in astronomy at various wavelengths have provided us with high-resolution and high-quality data of the central regions of nearby galaxies and of the Milky Way Galaxy. These data, both for the Galaxy and extragalactic centers, are now quite suitable for detailed comparative study. This IAU symposium was aimed at understanding the general characteristics of dynamics, ISM physics and magnetic fields, activities including inflow and outflow, as well as starburst, in the 'galactic centers'. Special attention was also given to several cases for massive black holes in galaxies and the Galaxy, and to understanding the physics of nuclei associated with black holes.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780792350613
Publisher:
Springer Netherlands
Publication date:
09/06/2007
Series:
International Astronomical Union Symposia Series, #184
Edition description:
1998
Pages:
522
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.04(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction. Part I: Stellar Cluster, Star Formation. 1. Galactic Bulges. 2. Galactic Center Star Clusters. 3. Star Formation and Starbursts. Part II: Nuclear Interstellar Medium. 4. Neutral ISM in the Galactic Center. 5. Molecular Gas in Nuclei of Galaxies. 6. Gas Dynamics in the Galactic Center. 7. The Central Parsecs of the Milky Way. 8. Magnetic and High- Energy Phenomena. Part III: Black Holes and Central Activity. 9. Black Holes in Galaxies. 10. Case for Black Hole in the Galactic Center. 11. Black Hole Powering of AGN and Jets. 12. Summary.

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