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Paper: New Opportunities for the Observations of Strong Gravity Effects Near Stellar-Mass and Supermassive Black Holes
Volume: 510, Stars: From Collapse to Collapse
Page: 383
Authors: Cherepashchuk, A. M.
Abstract: With the great discovery of gravitational waves, performed by the LIGO observatory, there is hope that in the near future scientists would be able to “hear” the ring from the merging of stellar-mass black holes (BHs) in a number of binary systems, and with the help of the ground and space short-wave interferometers λ ≤ 1 mm (“Event Horizon Telescope”, “Millimetron”) we will be able to “see” the images of the shadows from supermassive BHs in galactic nuclei.
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