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Perseus in Sicily (IAU S342)

Perseus in Sicily (IAU S342)
From Black Hole to Cluster Outskirts

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Part of Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union Symposia and Colloquia

Luka Č. Popović, Victor L. Afanasiev , Djordje Savić, Luca Ciotti, Silvia Pellegrini, Ziri Younsi, Oliver Porth, Yosuke Mizuno, Christian M. Fromm, Hector Olivares, Elisabete de Gouveia Dal Pino, Grzegorz Kowal, Luis Kadowaki, Tania E. Medina-Torrejón, Chandra Singh, Fabio Bacchini, Bart Ripperda, Alex Chen, Lorenzo Sironi, Freek Roelofs, Heino Falcke, Christiaan Brinkerink, Monika Moscibrodzka, Leonid I. Gurvits, Manuel Martin-Neira, Volodymyr Kudriashov, Marc Klein-Wolt, Remo Tilanus, Michael Kramer, Luciano Rezzolla, Matteo Guainazzi, Makoto S. Tashiro, Ruta Kale, M. Gendron-Marsolais, J. Hlavacek-Larrondo, R. J. van Weeren, T. Clarke, A. C. Fabian, H. T. Intema, G. B. Taylor, K. M. Blundell, Jeremy. S. Sanders, Charles L. H. Hull, Gabriele Giovannini, Hiroshi Nagai, Kazuhiro Hada, Raffaella Morganti, Tom Oosterloo, Robert Schulz, Clive Tadhunter, J. B. Raymond Oonk, Anna Lia Longinotti, Andrea Negri, Jeremiah P. Ostriker, Feng Yuan, DooSoo Yoon, Ya-Ping Li, Zhao-Ming Gan, Luis C. Ho, Fulai Guo, Jeremy Lim, Emily Wong, Youichi Ohyama, Tom Broadhurst, Elinor Medezinski, William Forman, Eugene Churazov, Sebastian Heinz, Christine Jones, Paul Nulsen, Ralph Kraft, Scott Randall, Alexey Vikhlinin, Yasushi Fukazawa, V. H. Mahatma, M. J. Hardcastle, W. L. Williams, Natalia Lyskova, Congyao Zhang, A. Ignesti, G. Brunetti, M. Gitti, S. Giacintucci, Michele Doro, Joaquim Palacio, Javier Rico, Monica Vazquez Acosta, Elias Koulouridis, Marina Ricci, Yi-Hao Chen, Paramita Barai, Eleonora Torresi, Rodrigo Nemmen, Raniere de Menezes, Vasileios Paschalidis, Narek Sahakyan, Giulia Migliori, R. Lico, Marcello Giroletti, Monica Orienti, L. Costamante, V. Pavlidou, F. D'Ammando, F. Tavecchio, J. C. Rodríguez-Ramírez, R. Alves Batista, Elena E. Nokhrina, Xinwu Cao, Sergey Bogovalov, Izak P. van der Westhuizen, Brian van Soelen, Petrus J. Meintje, E. Fedorova, B. I. Hnatyk, V. I. Zhdanov, Keiichi Asada, Makoto Inoue, Seiji Kameno, K. Balasubramaniam, Ł. Stawarz, V. Marchenko, R. Thimmappa, M. Sobolewska, A. Siemiginowska, C. C. Cheung, D. Kozieł-Wierzbowska, M. Jamrozy, M. Kino, K. Wajima, N. Kawakatu, K. Niinuma, William Clavijo-Bohórquez, Claudio Melioli, Simona Righini, Pietro Cassaro, Uwe Bach, Carla Buemi, Paolo Leto, Andrea Orlati, Claudia M. Raiteri, Corrado Trigilio, Grazia Umana, Massimo Villata, A. Hirano, K. Fujisawa, Dong-Woo Kim, Craig Anderson, Douglas Burke, Raffaele D'Abrusco, Giuseppina Fabbiano, Antonella Fruscione, Jennifer Lauer, Michael McCollough, Douglas Morgan, Amy Mossman, Ewan O'Sullivan, Alessandro Paggi, Saeqa Vrtilek, Ginevra Trinchieri, Sebastian Knuettel, Denise Gabuzda, Wlodek Bednarek, Piotr Banasínski, Shuang-Liang Li, Silke Britzen, C. Fendt, G. Witzel, S.-J. Qian, I. N. Pashchenko, O. Kurtanidze, M. Zajacek, G. Martinez, V. Karas, M. Aller, H. Aller, A. Eckart, K. Nilsson, P. Arévalo, J. Cuadra, M. Subroweit, A. Witzel, Krisztina Perger, Sándor Frey, Krisztina É. Gabányi, A. Mangalam, Dimitrios Millas, Rony Keppens, T. Mageshwaran, Jee Won Lee, Bong Won Sohn, Jayanta Dutta, Sharanya Sur, Athena Stacy, Jasjeet Singh Bagla, Emily Kosmaczewski, Anna Wójtowicz, C. Alenka Negrete, Deborah Dultzin, Paola Marziani, Jack W. Sulentic, M. L. Martínez-Aldama, Andrea Sacchi, Martina Toscani
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  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781108471534

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  • Perseus is an outstanding case in which to study the physics of relativistic plasma and thermal gas, and the interplay between galactic nuclei and galaxy clusters. Ground and space observatories have recently provided some ground-breaking insights into the Perseus system, from a detailed image of a jet launched in the vicinity of a supermassive black hole, through VLBI, to an unexpected degree of turbulence in the cluster core, constrained by high energy resolution in x-rays. While preparing for the next generation observatories that will allow us to address these questions in other systems, this volume provides some first steps in exploring topics relating to particle acceleration, energy transport between large and small scales and the role of magnetic fields in the launch of relativistic jets. Chapters deal with the latest results covering theory, observations, and numerical simulations, spanning a wide range in physical scales and energy ranges.

    • Reports on recent results on the launch of relativistic jets in the proximity of the event horizon of supermassive black holes – a topic that has received a lot of attention in light of the result of the Event Horizon Telescope
    • Includes comparisons between state-of-the-art observations and numerical simulations, to facilitate understanding between these groups and improve their work
    • Gives unprecedented details on the physical properties of the active nucleus and the surrounding environment, and their mutual interplay, as a framework for research on the physics of the black hole-galaxy-cluster system
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    • Publication planned for: August 2019
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781108471534
    • dimensions: 247 x 174 mm
    • availability: Not yet published - available from August 2019
  • Table of Contents

    Preface
    Editors
    Participants
    Black hole mass measurements in AGN: Polarization in broad emission lines Luka Č. Popović, Victor L. Afanasiev and Djordje Savić
    Fully analytical solutions for Bondi accretion in galaxies with a central Black Hole Luca Ciotti and Silvia Pellegrini
    Modelling the polarised emission from black holes on event horizon-scales Ziri Younsi, Oliver Porth, Yosuke Mizuno, Christian M. Fromm and Hector Olivares
    Particle acceleration and the origin of the very high energy emission around black holes and relativistic jets Elisabete de Gouveia Dal Pino, Grzegorz Kowal, Luis Kadowaki, Tania E. Medina-Torrejón, Yosuke Mizuno and Chandra Singh
    Numerical methods for General Relativistic particles Fabio Bacchini, Bart Ripperda, Alex Chen and Lorenzo Sironi
    On the prospects of imaging Sagittarius A* from space Freek Roelofs, Heino Falcke, Christiaan Brinkerink, Monika Moscibrodzka, Leonid I. Gurvits, Manuel Martin-Neira, Volodymyr Kudriashov, Marc Klein-Wolt, Remo Tilanus, Michael Kramer and Luciano Rezzolla
    The Hot Universe with XRISM and Athena Matteo Guainazzi and Makoto S. Tashiro
    Low frequency observations of radio relics and halos Ruta Kale
    Probing the non-thermal emission in the Perseus cluster with the JVLA M. Gendron-Marsolais, J. Hlavacek-Larrondo, R. J. van Weeren, T. Clarke, A. C. Fabian, H. T. Intema, G. B. Taylor, K. M. Blundell and J. S. Sanders
    High-dynamic-range 21 cm JVLA observations of the Perseus Cluster Charles L. H. Hull
    A wide and collimated radio jet in 3C 84 Gabriele Giovannini
    Extragalactic relativistic jets Monica Orienti
    Inflow and Outflow (Jets) in NGC 1275 Hiroshi Nagai
    Observations of nearby relativistic jets with EAVN and EATING VLBI Kazuhiro Hada and EAVN/EATING VLBI Collaboration
    Molecular gas filamentary structures in galaxy clusters Francoise Combes
    Young radio jets breaking free: molecular and HI outflows in their centers Raffaella Morganti, Tom Oosterloo, Robert Schulz, Clive Tadhunter and J. B. Raymond Oonk
    Ultrafast outflows, and their connection to accretion and ejection processes in AGNs Anna Lia Longinotti
    AGN feedback and the origin and fate of the hot gas in early-type galaxies Silvia Pellegrini, Luca Ciotti, Andrea Negri and Jeremiah P. Ostriker
    Numerical study of active galactic nucleus feedback in an elliptical galaxy with MACER Feng Yuan, Jeremiah P. Ostriker, DooSoo Yoon, Ya-Ping Li, Luca Ciotti, Zhao-Ming Gan, Luis C. Ho and Fulai Guo
    Prodigious and Continuous Formation of Super Star Clusters from Cooled Intracluster Gas Jeremy Lim, Emily Wong, Youichi Ohyama, Tom Broadhurst and Elinor Medezinski
    Characterizing the Outburst of the Supermassive Black Hole in M87 William Forman, Eugene Churazov, Sebastian Heinz, Christine Jones, Paul Nulsen, Ralph Kraft, Scott Randall and Alexey Vikhlinin
    X-ray probing of NGC 1275 nuclear region with Hitomi, Swift, and Suzaku Yasushi Fukazawa
    Life-cycles & Energetics of Radio-Loud AGN V. H. Mahatma, M. J. Hardcastle, W. L. Williams + LOFAR Surveys team
    Deep Chandra observations of the core of the Perseus cluster Jeremy S. Sanders
    Close-up view of an ongoing merger between the NGC 4839 group and the Coma cluster Natalia Lyskova, Eugene Churazov, Congyao Zhang, William Forman and Christine Jones
    Thermal and non-thermal connection in radio mini-halos A. Ignesti, G. Brunetti, M. Gitti and S. Giacintucci
    Perseus – A Huge Reservoir of Dark Matter investigated with MAGIC Michele Doro, Joaquim Palacio, Javier Rico and Monica Vazquez Acosta
    The AGN dependence on cluster mass Elias Koulouridis, Marina Ricci and the XXL collaboration
    AGN Jets, Bubbles, and Heat Pumps Yi-Hao Chen and Sebastian Heinz
    Intermediate-Mass Black Hole Feedback in Dwarf Galaxies: a View from Cosmological Simulations Paramita Barai and Elisabete M. de Gouveia Dal Pino
    Gamma-ray emission in radio galaxies, from MeV to TeV Eleonora Tor

  • Editors

    Keiichi Asada, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan

    Elisabete de Gouveia Dal Pino, Universidade de São Paulo

    Marcello Giroletti, Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica, Rome

    Hiroshi Nagai, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan

    Rodrigo Nemmen, Universidade de São Paulo

    Contributors

    Luka Č. Popović, Victor L. Afanasiev , Djordje Savić, Luca Ciotti, Silvia Pellegrini, Ziri Younsi, Oliver Porth, Yosuke Mizuno, Christian M. Fromm, Hector Olivares, Elisabete de Gouveia Dal Pino, Grzegorz Kowal, Luis Kadowaki, Tania E. Medina-Torrejón, Chandra Singh, Fabio Bacchini, Bart Ripperda, Alex Chen, Lorenzo Sironi, Freek Roelofs, Heino Falcke, Christiaan Brinkerink, Monika Moscibrodzka, Leonid I. Gurvits, Manuel Martin-Neira, Volodymyr Kudriashov, Marc Klein-Wolt, Remo Tilanus, Michael Kramer, Luciano Rezzolla, Matteo Guainazzi, Makoto S. Tashiro, Ruta Kale, M. Gendron-Marsolais, J. Hlavacek-Larrondo, R. J. van Weeren, T. Clarke, A. C. Fabian, H. T. Intema, G. B. Taylor, K. M. Blundell, Jeremy. S. Sanders, Charles L. H. Hull, Gabriele Giovannini, Hiroshi Nagai, Kazuhiro Hada, Raffaella Morganti, Tom Oosterloo, Robert Schulz, Clive Tadhunter, J. B. Raymond Oonk, Anna Lia Longinotti, Andrea Negri, Jeremiah P. Ostriker, Feng Yuan, DooSoo Yoon, Ya-Ping Li, Zhao-Ming Gan, Luis C. Ho, Fulai Guo, Jeremy Lim, Emily Wong, Youichi Ohyama, Tom Broadhurst, Elinor Medezinski, William Forman, Eugene Churazov, Sebastian Heinz, Christine Jones, Paul Nulsen, Ralph Kraft, Scott Randall, Alexey Vikhlinin, Yasushi Fukazawa, V. H. Mahatma, M. J. Hardcastle, W. L. Williams, Natalia Lyskova, Congyao Zhang, A. Ignesti, G. Brunetti, M. Gitti, S. Giacintucci, Michele Doro, Joaquim Palacio, Javier Rico, Monica Vazquez Acosta, Elias Koulouridis, Marina Ricci, Yi-Hao Chen, Paramita Barai, Eleonora Torresi, Rodrigo Nemmen, Raniere de Menezes, Vasileios Paschalidis, Narek Sahakyan, Giulia Migliori, R. Lico, Marcello Giroletti, Monica Orienti, L. Costamante, V. Pavlidou, F. D'Ammando, F. Tavecchio, J. C. Rodríguez-Ramírez, R. Alves Batista, Elena E. Nokhrina, Xinwu Cao, Sergey Bogovalov, Izak P. van der Westhuizen, Brian van Soelen, Petrus J. Meintje, E. Fedorova, B. I. Hnatyk, V. I. Zhdanov, Keiichi Asada, Makoto Inoue, Seiji Kameno, K. Balasubramaniam, Ł. Stawarz, V. Marchenko, R. Thimmappa, M. Sobolewska, A. Siemiginowska, C. C. Cheung, D. Kozieł-Wierzbowska, M. Jamrozy, M. Kino, K. Wajima, N. Kawakatu, K. Niinuma, William Clavijo-Bohórquez, Claudio Melioli, Simona Righini, Pietro Cassaro, Uwe Bach, Carla Buemi, Paolo Leto, Andrea Orlati, Claudia M. Raiteri, Corrado Trigilio, Grazia Umana, Massimo Villata, A. Hirano, K. Fujisawa, Dong-Woo Kim, Craig Anderson, Douglas Burke, Raffaele D'Abrusco, Giuseppina Fabbiano, Antonella Fruscione, Jennifer Lauer, Michael McCollough, Douglas Morgan, Amy Mossman, Ewan O'Sullivan, Alessandro Paggi, Saeqa Vrtilek, Ginevra Trinchieri, Sebastian Knuettel, Denise Gabuzda, Wlodek Bednarek, Piotr Banasínski, Shuang-Liang Li, Silke Britzen, C. Fendt, G. Witzel, S.-J. Qian, I. N. Pashchenko, O. Kurtanidze, M. Zajacek, G. Martinez, V. Karas, M. Aller, H. Aller, A. Eckart, K. Nilsson, P. Arévalo, J. Cuadra, M. Subroweit, A. Witzel, Krisztina Perger, Sándor Frey, Krisztina É. Gabányi, A. Mangalam, Dimitrios Millas, Rony Keppens, T. Mageshwaran, Jee Won Lee, Bong Won Sohn, Jayanta Dutta, Sharanya Sur, Athena Stacy, Jasjeet Singh Bagla, Emily Kosmaczewski, Anna Wójtowicz, C. Alenka Negrete, Deborah Dultzin, Paola Marziani, Jack W. Sulentic, M. L. Martínez-Aldama, Andrea Sacchi, Martina Toscani

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