AGN & black holes

Introduction of AGN & black holes

Astronomy’s enigmatic marvels, Active Galactic Nuclei (AGN) and black holes, have captivated researchers with their mysterious and powerful nature.

Accretion Processes and Disk Dynamics:

Exploring the mechanisms by which matter spirals into black holes, investigating the accretion disks’ properties, and understanding the dynamics of matter under extreme gravitational forces.

Jet Formation and Relativistic Outflows:

Investigating the powerful jets of particles and radiation ejected from AGN, understanding the processes driving their formation, and studying their impact on the surrounding intergalactic medium.

Black Hole Evolution and Growth:

Analyzing the growth patterns of black holes over cosmic time scales, understanding the factors influencing their evolution, and exploring the connection between black hole mass and host galaxy properties.

AGN Variability and Multi-Wavelength Observations:

Studying the temporal variability of AGN emissions across different wavelengths, employing advanced observational techniques to monitor AGN behavior, and correlating these variations with underlying physical processes.

Gravitational Wave Signatures and Black Hole Mergers:

Detecting and interpreting gravitational waves generated by black hole mergers, understanding the merger rates, and exploring the implications of these events on galaxy formation and the cosmic web structure.


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