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2019 Apr
Press Releases: Astronomers Capture First Image of a Black Hole
2019 Jan
EA Proposal Writing Camp, Taipei (Photo)
2018 Nov
EHT Collaboration Meeting 2018, Nijmegen
2018 May
Press Releases: Greenland Telescope Opens New Era of Arctic Astronomy
2018 Apr
EHT 1.3 mm VLBI Observation, Hawaii
2018 Feb
GLT Face to Face Meeting, Taipei
2017 Sep
GLT Frontend/Backend Test on JCMT
2017 Jul
Workshop: EA-VLBI Workshop 2017
2017 Apr
EHT 1.3 mm VLBI Observation, Hawaii
2017 Mar
Arctic Training Workshop, Taipei
2017 Mar
Workshop: Black Hole Astrophysics with VLBI - Past, Present, and Future
2016 Nov
EHT Collaboration Meeting 2016
2016 Oct
GLT Midterm Review, Taipei
2016 Jul
GLT Project Planning Meeting, Taipei
2016 May
M87 Workshop: Towards the 100th Anniversary of the Discovery of Cosmic Jets

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ALMA-NA prototype antenna
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Project Description

on VLBI group at ASIAA

With the addition of new staff members, a new effort has been launched to perform frontier Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) studies. VLBI has been dedicated in pursuit of high angular resolution. Our group, collabrating with international partners, is conducting the exciting projects, which will achieve the resolution of tens of micro arcseconds: Submillimeter VLBI. By direct imaging toward the super massive black holes (SMBHs) at center of the Active Galactic Nuclei (AGNs) with this extremely high angular resolution, we will investigate the physics at ultimate state under the relativity. Tentative goals of this group would be to (1) image the shadow of SMBH itself and (2) image the inner most part of the jet and accretion disk. The former would be a direct proof of the existence of SMBH, and essential to determine the mass and spin parameter of SMBH. The latter would be important to investigate the launching mechanisms of the ultra-relativistic jet.

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