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Studying Black Holes on Horizon Scales with VLBI Ground Arrays

Blackburn, Lindy and Doeleman, Sheperd and Dexter, Jason and Gómez, José L. and Johnson, Michael D. and Palumbo, Daniel C. and Weintroub, Jonathan and Bouman, Katherine L. and Chael, Andrew A. and Farah, Joseph R. and Fish, Vincent and Loinard, Laurent and Lonsdale, Colin and Narayanan, Gopal and Patel, Nimesh A. and Pesce, Dominic W. and Raymond, Alexander and Tilanus, Remo and Wielgus, Maciek and Akiyama, Kazunori and Bower, Geoffrey and Broderick, Avery and Deane, Roger and Fromm, Christian M. and Gammie, Charles and Gold, Roman and Janssen, Michael and Kawashima, Tomohisa and Krichbaum, Thomas and Marrone, Daniel P. and Matthews, Lynn D. and Mizuno, Yosuke and Rezzolla, Luciano and Roelofs, Freek and Ros, Eduardo and Savolainen, Tuomas K. and Yuan, Feng and Zhao, Guangyao (2019) Studying Black Holes on Horizon Scales with VLBI Ground Arrays. Astro2020 APC White Paper, . (Unpublished) https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20200604-151518950

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Abstract

High-resolution imaging of supermassive black holes is now possible, with new applications to testing general relativity and horizon-scale accretion and relativistic jet formation processes. Over the coming decade, the EHT will propose to add new strategically placed VLBI elements operating at 1.3mm and 0.87mm wavelength. In parallel, development of next-generation backend instrumentation, coupled with high throughput correlation architectures, will boost sensitivity, allowing the new stations to be of modest collecting area while still improving imaging fidelity and angular resolution. The goal of these efforts is to move from imaging static horizon scale structure to dynamic reconstructions that capture the processes of accretion and jet launching in near real time.


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AuthorORCID
Blackburn, Lindy0000-0002-9030-642X
Doeleman, Sheperd0000-0002-9031-0904
Dexter, Jason0000-0003-3903-0373
Gómez, José L.0000-0003-4190-7613
Johnson, Michael D.0000-0002-4120-3029
Palumbo, Daniel C.0000-0002-7179-3816
Bouman, Katherine L.0000-0003-0077-4367
Chael, Andrew A.0000-0003-2966-6220
Fish, Vincent0000-0002-7128-9345
Loinard, Laurent0000-0002-5635-3345
Lonsdale, Colin0000-0003-4062-4654
Akiyama, Kazunori0000-0002-9475-4254
Bower, Geoffrey0000-0003-4056-9982
Broderick, Avery0000-0002-3351-760X
Janssen, Michael0000-0001-5476-731X
Marrone, Daniel P.0000-0002-2367-1080
Roelofs, Freek0000-0001-5461-3687
Ros, Eduardo0000-0001-9503-4892
Group:Astronomy Department
Series Name:Astro2020 APC White Paper
Record Number:CaltechAUTHORS:20200604-151518950
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Deposited By: George Porter
Deposited On:04 Jun 2020 22:36
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