Microquasars: Proceedings of the Third Microquasar Workshop Granada Workshop on Galactic Relativistic Jet Sources by Alberto J. Castro-TiradoMicroquasars: Proceedings of the Third Microquasar Workshop Granada Workshop on Galactic Relativistic Jet Sources by Alberto J. Castro-Tirado

Microquasars: Proceedings of the Third Microquasar Workshop Granada Workshop on Galactic…

byAlberto J. Castro-TiradoEditorJochen Greiner, Josep M. Paredes

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The Third Microquasar Workshop (or the 'Fifth' Workshop on Galactic Relativ­ istic Jet Sources), was held in Granada, Andalucia (Spain) on 11-13 September 2000. The aim of this workshop in Granada, following the previous Microquasar Workshops in Greenbelt (1997) and Paris (1998) and the Workshops on galactic sources with relativistic jets in Jodrell Bank (1996) and Milton Keynes (1998), was to focus on the theoretical and observational aspects of microquasars. The study of microquasars, the sources in our Galaxy displaying powerful re­ lativistic jets, is a rapidly advancing field in astrophysics. The new instrumentation on ground (MERLIN, SCUBA, VLA, VLT) and aboard satellites (ASCA, BSAX, ISO, IXAE and RXTE) has provided important results, and much more is expected to come from Chandra and XMM-Newton. In the further future, powerful instru­ mentation will come online in the sub-mm (ALMA) and gamma-rays (INTEG­ RAL), extending our coverage to important regions for the study of microquasars. Energy transport via relativistic jets is one of the most important physical mechan­ isms taking place in compact objects. Large efforts have been devoted to properly understand the disk-jet connection, and even the effects of rotation or magnetic fields. Several new important advances have been made recently, both from the point of view of the theoretical treatment of jets and the different new observational tests.
Title:Microquasars: Proceedings of the Third Microquasar Workshop Granada Workshop on Galactic…Format:PaperbackDimensions:344 pages, 24 × 16 × 0.02 inPublished:October 14, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Preface. R.M. Hjellming (1938-2000): In memoriam; List of Participants. I: Microquasars and X-Ray Novae. Recent results on X-ray Novae and microquasars at radio and Infrared wavelengths; J. Martí. Accretion disk spectra of super-luminal jet sources and ultra-luminous compact X-ray sources in nearby spiral galaxies; K. Ebisawa, et al. BeppoSAX observations of GRS 1915+105; M. Feroci, et al. ASCA observations of the galactic superluminal sources GRO J1655-40 and GRS 1915+105; K. Yamaoka, et al. Observations of GRS 1915+105 from the USA experiment on ARGOS; R.M. Bandyopadhyay, et al. The 2000 April Multiwavelength Campaign of GRS 1915+105; Y. Ueda, et al. Identification of the donor in GRS 1915+105; J. Greiner, et al. UKIRT IR spectra of the microquasar GRS 1915+105; E. Harlaftis, et al. On the mass-donating star in GRS 1915+105; S.S. Eikenberry, R.M. Bandyopadhyay. Superhumps in black hole X-ray transients; C.A. Haswell, et al. A superluminal ejection during the September 1998 Outburst; D. Hannikainen, et al. Optical behaviour of the XTE J1550-564 and XTE J1859+226 from outburst to quiescence; C. Sánchez-Fernández, et al. Minioutbursts in XTE J1859+226; C. Zurita, et al. Optical observations of the X-ray transients XTE J 1859+226 and XTE J1118+480; S.S. Guziy, A.S. Shlyapnikov. Recent Hubble Space Telescope results on X-ray Novae; R.I. Hynes, et al. The moderate and high-speed photometry of the black hole candidate XTE J 1118+480; E.P Pavlenko, et al. V404 Cyg: 10 years in quiescence; E.P Pavlenko, et al. II: Persistent and Recurrent Jets and Outflows. Energetics of jets from X-ray binaries; R. Fender. Radio jets in LS 5039; J.M. Paredes, et al.Internal shock model for the radio emission of microquasars; C.R. Kaiser. Review on persistent and recurrent jet sources; Ph. Durouchoux. ISO observations of the Galactic Center black hole candidates 1E 1740.7-2942 and GRS 1758-258; P. Maloney, et al. Mid-infrared observations of GRS 1915+105 and SS433; Y. Fuchs, et al. Three modes of long wavelength flaring from GRS 1915+105: implications for jet formation; S.S. Eikenberry. K-band monitoring of GRS 1915+105 during 1999-2000; J. Greiner, et al. GRS 1915+105. VLBA images of the AU-scale jets; V. Dhawan, et al. An attempt to identify the extended synchrotron structure associated with the microquasar GRS 1915+105; E. Fürst, M. Ostrowski. EVN observations of GRS 1915+105; G. Giovannini, et al. The Accretion-Ejection instability and a magnetic flood scenario; M. Tagger. The 1997 hard state outburst of the X-ray Transient GS 1354-64/BW Cir; C. Brocksopp, et al. VLBA observations of the superluminal radio jet from Cyg X-1 in the low/hard X-ray state; D. de la Force, et al. VSOP observations of the X-ray binary LSI+61 303; M. Peracaula, et al. One-sided elongated feature in LSI +61 303; M. Massi, et al. The X-ray spectrum of the jets in the SS 433 system using the Chandra HETGS; H.L. Marshall, et al. Radio properties of the compact jets and the equatorial emission region in SS 433; Z. Paragi, et al. The galactic microquasar W50/SS433 system; S. Safi-Harb, et al. Monitoring and modelling radio flares from microquasars; S. Trushkin, et al. Elongated SNRs: possible new jet sources; Ph. Durouchoux, et al. Discovery of an X-ray jet associated with the SNR G54.1+0.3; F.J. Lu, et al. III: Inner Disk Oscillations. Inner disk oscillati