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A Possible Relativistic Jetted Outburst from a Massive Black Hole Fed by a Tidally Disrupted Star

Gas accretion onto some massive black holes (MBHs) at the centers of galaxies actively powers luminous emission, but most MBHs are considered dormant. Occasionally, a star passing too near an MBH is torn apart by gravitational forces, leading to a bright tidal disruption flare (TDF). Although the... Full description

1st Person: Bloom, Joshua S.
Additional Persons: Giannios, Dimitrios verfasserin; Metzger, Brian D. verfasserin; Cenko, S. Bradley verfasserin; Perley, Daniel A. verfasserin; Butler, Nathaniel R. verfasserin; Tanvir, Nial R. verfasserin; Levan, Andrew J. verfasserin; Brien, Paul T. O' verfasserin; Strubbe, Linda E. verfasserin; De Colle, Fabio verfasserin; Ramirez-Ruiz, Enrico verfasserin; Lee, William H. verfasserin; Nayakshin, Sergei verfasserin; Quataert, Eliot verfasserin; King, Andrew R. verfasserin; Cucchiara, Antonino verfasserin; Guillochon, James verfasserin; Bower, Geoffrey C. verfasserin; Fruchter, Andrew S. verfasserin; Morgan, Adam N. verfasserin; van der Horst, Alexander J. verfasserin
Source: in Science Vol. 333, No. 6039 (2011), p. 203-206
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2011
Keywords: research-article
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