Schwarze Löcher -

Das dunkelste Geheimnis der Gravitation

Computersimulation einer leuchtenden, um 40 Grad geneigten Materiescheibe um rotierendes Schwarzes Loch

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  • Müller, A. Wirbel der Raumzeit - Die Astrophysik rotierender Schwarzer Löcher, populärwissenschaftlicher Artikel in der Fachzeitschrift Sterne und Weltraum, Ausgabe: Oktober 2004; Download pdf
  • Camenzind, M. & Müller, A. Kerr Black Holes, Kapitel 7 der Vorlesung General Relativity, Universität Heidelberg, 2004
  • Müller, A. & Camenzind, M. Relativistic emission lines from accreting black holes - The effect of disk truncation on line profiles, A&A 413, 861-878 (2004) oder astro-ph/0309832 (2003)
  • Müller, A., Dissertation: Black Hole Astrophysics: Magnetohydrodynamics on the Kerr geometry (Oktober 2004, komplett in englischer Sprache, 182 Seiten, 33 Farbabbildungen, 20 s/w Abbildungen, inklusive Index), Download pdf (9.9 MB)
  • Hasinger, G. & Müller, A. Active Cores in Deep Fields, erschienen in: Proceedings zum Symposium der Internationalen Astronomischen Union Nr. 230, Populations of High Energy Sources in Galaxies, Aug 15-19 2005, Dublin, Eds E.J.A. Meurs & G. Fabbiano; pdf, preprint pdf
  • Müller, A. & Hasinger, G. Iron K lines of AGN in the X-ray background, erschienen in: Proceedings zu Einstein's Legacy - International conference on relativistic astrophysics and cosmology, 7.-11.11.05 in München, Editoren: B. Aschenbach, V. Burwitz, G. Hasinger (MPE) & B. Leibundgut (ESO)
  • Müller, A. & Wold, M. On the Signatures of Gravitational Redshift: The Onset of Relativistic Emission Lines, A&A 457, 485, 2006; pdf, preprint pdf
  • Müller, A. The onset of General Relativity: Gravitationally redshifted emission lines, erschienen in den Astronomischen Nachrichten 327, 1024-1027, 2006; Proceedings zum ESAC/XMM-Newton Science Operations Centre Workshop Variable and Broad Iron Lines around Black Holes, 26.-28.06.06 in Madrid; preprint pdf
  • Müller, A. Experimental Evidence of Black Holes, eingeladener Seminarvortrag bei der School on Particle Physics, Gravity and Cosmology, 21.08.-02.09.06 in Dubrovnik, erschienen in: Proceedings of Science (P2GC) 017, 2007; Editors: L. Bonora, S. Fajfer, R. Iengo, D. Klabucar, S. Pallua, I. Picek; pdf, preprint pdf

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Bitte beachten Sie auch die Buchbesprechungen unter Literatur für die Astrophysik.


  • Camenzind, M., Physik Rotierender Schwarzer Löcher (2001), LSW Heidelberg

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