Published August 31, 1998
by Springer .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||344|
Get this from a library! The central regions of the galaxy and galaxies: proceedings of the th Symposium of the International Astronomical Union, held in Tokyo, Japan, August , [Yoshiaki Sofue; International Astronomical Union. Symposium] Book Review: The central regions of the galaxy and galaxies / Kluwer, S/abstract. The Central Regions of the Galaxy and Galaxies. Pub Date: arXiv: arXiv:astro-ph/ Bibcode: IAUSC Keywords: Astrophysics; E-Print: 5 pages, no figure, to appear in Proceedings of Symposium , Kyoto, ed. Y. Sofue "The Central Regions of the Galaxy and Galaxies 5 pages, no figure, to appear in Proceedings of Symposium , Kyoto, ed. Y. Sofue "The Central Regions of the Galaxy and Galaxies" Subjects: Astrophysics (astro-ph) Cite as: arXiv:astro-ph/ (or arXiv:astro-ph/v1 for this version)
The Central Regions of the Galaxy and Galaxies: A Brief Summary. By F. Combes. Abstract. This symposium has revealed considerable new progress on nuclei of galaxies over the last three years. In this talk, I will try to point out the advances since the last meeting on exactly the same subject held three years ago at Ringberg Castle the The Central Regions of the Galaxy and Galaxies: Proceedings of the th Symposium of the International Astronomical Union, Held in Tokyo, Japan, Astronomical Union Symposia (), Band ) | Yoshiaki Sofue | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch :// Mark Morris (UCLA): The Center of the Galaxy and its Connections to the Outer Regions (REVIEW) Jinming Bai (Yunnan Obs): AGN Variability and BH Masses: Break: Session 2: Central Mass Densities and Stellar Populations John Kormendy (UT Austin): Processes Shaping the Central Mass Profiles of Galaxies(REVIEW The scientific theme of the workshop is to explore the mutual interactions between the processes and events at galaxy centers and the global evolution of their host galaxies and topic is timely because: * Understanding the various processes that build dense centers of galaxies is
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 :// The usual terminology christened the central part of the stellar distribution of galaxies that defines the form of their central potential as the ‘core’. Within the core, there may exist another body, directly seen so far only in our Galaxy and the most nearby galaxies, M 31 and M 32 (and possibly a We present axisymmetric, orbit superposition models for 12 galaxies using data taken with the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) and ground-based observatories. In each galaxy, we detect a central black hole (BH) and measure its mass to accuracies ranging from 10% to The implications of these results on our understanding of the occurrence and morphology of massive star formation, as well as non-stellar activity, in the central regions of galaxies are ://