Studying Black Holes on Horizon Scales with VLBI Ground Arrays

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Studying Black Holes on Horizon Scales with VLBI Ground Arrays. / Blackburn, Lindy; Doeleman, Sheperd; Dexter, Jason; Gómez, José L.; Johnson, Michael D.; Palumbo, Daniel C.; Weintroub, Jonathan; Farah, Joseph R.; Fish, Vincent; Loinard, Laurent; Lonsdale, Colin; Narayanan, Gopal; Patel, Nimesh A.; Pesce, Dominic W.; Raymond, Alexander; Tilanus, Remo; Wielgus, Maciek; Akiyama, Kazunori; Bower, Geoffrey; Broderick, Avery; Deane, Roger; Fromm, Christian M.; Gammie, Charles; Gold, Roman; Janssen, Michael; Kawashima, Tomohisa; Krichbaum, Thomas; Marrone, Daniel P.; Matthews, Lynn D.; Mizuno, Yosuke; Rezzolla, Luciano; Roelofs, Freek; Ros, Eduardo; Savolainen, Tuomas K.; Yuan, Feng; Zhao, Guangyao.

2019.

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Harvard

Blackburn, L, Doeleman, S, Dexter, J, Gómez, JL, Johnson, MD, Palumbo, DC, Weintroub, J, Farah, JR, Fish, V, Loinard, L, Lonsdale, C, Narayanan, G, Patel, NA, Pesce, DW, Raymond, A, Tilanus, R, Wielgus, M, Akiyama, K, Bower, G, Broderick, A, Deane, R, Fromm, CM, Gammie, C, Gold, R, Janssen, M, Kawashima, T, Krichbaum, T, Marrone, DP, Matthews, LD, Mizuno, Y, Rezzolla, L, Roelofs, F, Ros, E, Savolainen, TK, Yuan, F & Zhao, G 2019 'Studying Black Holes on Horizon Scales with VLBI Ground Arrays'.

APA

Blackburn, L., Doeleman, S., Dexter, J., Gómez, J. L., Johnson, M. D., Palumbo, D. C., ... Zhao, G. (2019). Studying Black Holes on Horizon Scales with VLBI Ground Arrays.

Vancouver

Blackburn L, Doeleman S, Dexter J, Gómez JL, Johnson MD, Palumbo DC et al. Studying Black Holes on Horizon Scales with VLBI Ground Arrays. 2019 Sep.

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Blackburn, Lindy ; Doeleman, Sheperd ; Dexter, Jason ; Gómez, José L. ; Johnson, Michael D. ; Palumbo, Daniel C. ; Weintroub, Jonathan ; Farah, Joseph R. ; Fish, Vincent ; Loinard, Laurent ; Lonsdale, Colin ; Narayanan, Gopal ; Patel, Nimesh A. ; Pesce, Dominic W. ; Raymond, Alexander ; Tilanus, Remo ; Wielgus, Maciek ; Akiyama, Kazunori ; Bower, Geoffrey ; Broderick, Avery ; Deane, Roger ; Fromm, Christian M. ; Gammie, Charles ; Gold, Roman ; Janssen, Michael ; Kawashima, Tomohisa ; Krichbaum, Thomas ; Marrone, Daniel P. ; Matthews, Lynn D. ; Mizuno, Yosuke ; Rezzolla, Luciano ; Roelofs, Freek ; Ros, Eduardo ; Savolainen, Tuomas K. ; Yuan, Feng ; Zhao, Guangyao. / Studying Black Holes on Horizon Scales with VLBI Ground Arrays. 2019.

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AU - Doeleman, Sheperd

AU - Dexter, Jason

AU - Gómez, José L.

AU - Johnson, Michael D.

AU - Palumbo, Daniel C.

AU - Weintroub, Jonathan

AU - Farah, Joseph R.

AU - Fish, Vincent

AU - Loinard, Laurent

AU - Lonsdale, Colin

AU - Narayanan, Gopal

AU - Patel, Nimesh A.

AU - Pesce, Dominic W.

AU - Raymond, Alexander

AU - Tilanus, Remo

AU - Wielgus, Maciek

AU - Akiyama, Kazunori

AU - Bower, Geoffrey

AU - Broderick, Avery

AU - Deane, Roger

AU - Fromm, Christian M.

AU - Gammie, Charles

AU - Gold, Roman

AU - Janssen, Michael

AU - Kawashima, Tomohisa

AU - Krichbaum, Thomas

AU - Marrone, Daniel P.

AU - Matthews, Lynn D.

AU - Mizuno, Yosuke

AU - Rezzolla, Luciano

AU - Roelofs, Freek

AU - Ros, Eduardo

AU - Savolainen, Tuomas K.

AU - Yuan, Feng

AU - Zhao, Guangyao

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