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Multimessenger Radiation from Binary Neutron Star Mergers

Lunes 22 de abril de 2024 – 14:00 horas Expositor: Eduardo Gutiérrez (IAR – Doctor en Astronomía por la UNLP y Postdoctoral Fellow del Institute for Gravitation and the Cosmos en Penn State University) Resumen: Neutron star (NS) mergers are among the most promising multimessenger sources in the Universe, as demonstrated by the coincident detection of gravitational […]

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Descubriendo la zona de colimación de un chorro protoestelar masivo

Coloquio: Lunes 13 de septiembre – 13:30 horas Expositora: Adriana R. Rodríguez Kamentzky – Instituto de Radioastronomía y Astrofísica (IRyA), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) Resumen: Los chorros protoestelares juegan un papel fundamental en la evolución temprana de las protoestrellas de todas las masas. En el caso de estrellas de baja masa (< 8 Masas […]

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Electromagnetic signatures from supermassive black hole binaries approaching merger

Coloquio: Lunes 26 de abril de 2021 Expositor: Eduardo Gutiérrez Resumen: When two galaxies merge, theoretical models predict that the supermassive black holes at their nuclei end up forming close binary systems of sub-parsec scales. At this point, the binary starts emitting gravitational radiation efficiently, loses energy and angular momentum, and finally merges. The gravitational […]