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2019-01-18 Fermi LAT observations of Sagittarius A* and nearby galactic nuclei
Area: Astrofísica
Investigador Invitado Rodrigo Nemmen
Filiación Institucional Universidade do Porto
Resumen: Ver resumen The nearest supermassive black hole—Sagittarius A* (Sgr A*), located at the center of the Milky Way—is a great laboratory to investigate the physical processes occurring in the vicinity of event horizons. I will present an ongoing analysis of ~10 years of Fermi LAT data (100 MeV - 300 GeV) of the point source likely associated with Sgr A*. I will also present Fermi LAT observations of a complete sample of nearby, low-luminosity active galactic nuclei. These observations are uniquely helping us to understand high-energy processes in nearby galactic nuclei.
   
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