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Beckmann, Volker; Shrader, Chris

Active Galactic Nuclei (Kartoniert / Broschiert / Paperback)

Wiley VCH Verlag GmbH, Wiley-VCH, August 2012


350 S. - Sprache: Englisch - 70 Abbildungen - 249x174x20 mm

ISBN: 3527410783 EAN: 9783527410781

Dieses Lehrbuch pr?sentiert die heutigen Erkenntnisse zum Ph?nomen der aktiven galaktischen Kerne (AGN), erl?utert die Verteilung spektraler Energie sowie verschiedene physikalische Modelle und er?rtert verschiedene physikalische Modelle.


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Inhaltsverzeichnis

1 Active Galactic Nuclei: A summary 2 The observational picture of AGN 2.1 From Welteninseln to AGN 2.2 Broad lines, narrow lines, and the big-blue bump 2.3 Jets and other outflows 2.4 X-Ray Observations: Probing the innermost regions 2.5 Up, up and away: from gamma-rays toward the TeV range 3 The Central Engine 3.1 The Black hole 3.1.1 Approaching a black hole 3.1.2 Evidence for black holes in AGN 3.1.3 Schwarzschild metric 3.1.4 Rotating black holes: the Kerr metric 3.2 Accretion 3.2.1 Accretion Basics: Bondi Accretion and the Eddington Limit 3.2.2 Accretion and viscous dissipaation in a Thin Disk 3.2.3 Accretion in Thick Disks 3.2.4 Advection dominated accretion flows 3.3 Absorption close to the black hole 3.3.1 The Torus model 3.3.2 Absorption in the disk 3.3.3 Disk winds 3.3.4 Alternative absorption models 3.4 Narrow and Broad line regions 3.5 Reverberation Mapping: Probing the Scale of the BLR 3.5.1 Photo-Ionization Modeling 3.6 AGN Jets: Emission, Dynamics and Morpologies 3.6.1 Raising the jet 3.6.2 Shocks and Knots 3.6.3 Superluminal Motion 4 AGN Types 9 4.1 Seyfert galaxies 4.1.1 Narrow Line Seyfert Galaxies 4.1.2 LINER 4.1.3 ULIGs 4.2 Radio Galaxies 4.3 Quasars 4.3.1 Radio Quiet Quasars 4.3.2 Radio Loud Quasars: FSRQs, BL LACs and Blazars 4.4 Unification of AGN 4.4.1 Radio loud versus radio quiet 4.4.2 Breaking the unification 5 AGN through the electromagnetic spectrum 5.1 Radio: resolving the central engine 5.2 Infrared: Dust Near And Far 5.3 Optical: where it all began 5.4 UV: The Obscured Inner Disk 5.5 X-rays: absorption, reflection, and Relativisticlly Alterd Line Progiles 5.6 Gamma-rays: The Blazar Dominatated Sky 5.7 VHE: the evolving domain 5.8 The whole picture: the spectral energy distribution 5.8.1 The synchrotron branch 5.8.2 The inverse Compton branch 5.8.3 Host galaxy contributions 5.8.4 The disk component 6 Environment 6.1 Host galaxies of AGN 6.2 The AGN starburst connection 6.3 AGNs in clusters of galaxies 7 Formation, evolution and the ultimate fate of AGN 7.1 The first AGN: How Did They Form? 7.2 AGN evolution 7.2.1 The Number-Flux Relation 7.2.2 The V/Vmax test 7.2.3 Luminosity Function 7.3 The late stages of an AGN?s life

Über den Autor

Volker Beckmann received his Ph.D. from the University of Hamburg, Germany, for studies of different classes of Active Galactic Nuclei (AGN). He has been working in the field of hard X-ray astronomy in Italy, Switzerland, and in the US at NASA and taught at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. As an expert on AGN, he has also worked on hard X-ray missions like INTEGRAL and Swift. Since 2009 he has been responsible scientist for a new data and computing centre for astrophysics in Paris. Chris R. Shrader is an astrophysicist at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt Maryland and is also affiliated with the Universities Space Research Association. He has been involved with optical, ultraviolet, X-ray and gamma-ray studies of Active Galactic Nuclei as well as accretion-powered Galactic objects for over 25 years. He currently manages the Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope Science Support Center.


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