Observing—and Imaging—Active Galactic Nuclei with the Event Horizon Telescope
AbstractOriginally developed to image the shadow region of the central black hole in Sagittarius A* and in the nearby galaxy M87, the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) provides deep, very high angular resolution data on other active galactic nucleus (AGN) sources too. The challenges of working with EHT data have spurred the development of new image reconstruction algorithms. This work briefly reviews the status of the EHT and its utility for observing AGN sources, with emphasis on novel imaging techniques that offer the promise of better reconstructions at 1.3 mm and other wavelengths. View Full-Text
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Fish, V.L.; Akiyama, K.; Bouman, K.L.; Chael, A.A.; Johnson, M.D.; Doeleman, S.S.; Blackburn, L.; Wardle, J.F.C.; Freeman, W.T.; the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration. Observing—and Imaging—Active Galactic Nuclei with the Event Horizon Telescope. Galaxies 2016, 4, 54.
Fish VL, Akiyama K, Bouman KL, Chael AA, Johnson MD, Doeleman SS, Blackburn L, Wardle JFC, Freeman WT, the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration. Observing—and Imaging—Active Galactic Nuclei with the Event Horizon Telescope. Galaxies. 2016; 4(4):54.Chicago/Turabian Style
Fish, Vincent L.; Akiyama, Kazunori; Bouman, Katherine L.; Chael, Andrew A.; Johnson, Michael D.; Doeleman, Sheperd S.; Blackburn, Lindy; Wardle, John F.C.; Freeman, William T.; the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration. 2016. "Observing—and Imaging—Active Galactic Nuclei with the Event Horizon Telescope." Galaxies 4, no. 4: 54.
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