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Massive stars end their life through explosive supernovae, leaving behind supernova remnants (SNRs) and forming neutron stars (NSs) or black holes (BHs). Studying the X-rays emitted from BHs, NSs, and SNRs allows us to investigate the high energy processes producing this radiation....
Low mass X-ray binaries (LMXBs) are systems of compact stellar remnants accreting from a low mass companion star. These systems show various levels of mass transfer on various timescales. Many aspects of accretion in these systems are still not fully understood, specifically the emission...
The Definitive All-Sky Observational Study Of Accretion Disc Physics In Galactic Black Hole X-ray BinariesDownload
Stellar mass black holes (BHs) accreting in binary systems provide valuable insight into how binary systems evolve and how mass is transferred via accretion. Although in recent years a canonical picture of the outburst evolution in black hole X-ray binaries (BHXRBs) has emerged, these systems...
Constraining the Jet Properties of the New Transient X-ray Binary, Swift J1745-26, With the Submillimeter Array and James Clerk Maxwell TelescopeDownload
Accreting astrophysical sources are an important end-result of intricate stellar dynamics. A particularly puzzling aspect of this accretion process is the production and evolution of plasma outflows (known as jets). Although astrophysical jets have been studied for decades in accreting sources,...
The Einstein equation with a negative cosmological constant \lambda in the five dimensions for the Randall-Sundrum II model, which includes a black hole, has been solved numerically. We have constructed an AdS_5-CFT_4 solution numerically, using a spectral method to minimize the integral of the...