[EG97] S55 , the SIMBAD biblio

[EG97] S55 , the SIMBAD biblio (44 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.8 - 2023.03.21CET21:50:38

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2010A&A...512A...2S 15       D               1 75 24 The extreme luminosity states of Sagittarius A*. SABHA N., WITZEL G., ECKART A., et al.
2012Sci...338...84M 8 7 112 The shortest-known period star orbiting our Galaxy's supermassive black hole. MEYER L., GHEZ A.M., SCHODEL R., et al.
2013MNRAS.429.3040L 80           X         2 4 14 Accumulated tidal heating of stars over multiple pericentre passages near SgrA*. LI G. and LOEB A.
2013ApJ...768..153Z 41           X         1 6 33 The galactic center S-stars and the hypervelocity stars in the galactic halo: two faces of the tidal breakup of stellar binaries by the central massive black hole? ZHANG F., LU Y. and YU Q.
2013ApJ...777...57P 39           X         1 5 9 Deviation of stellar orbits from test particle trajectories around Sgr A* due to tides and winds. PSALTIS D., LI G. and LOEB A.
2014ApJ...786L..14C 81             C       1 5 24 A rapidly evolving region in the Galactic Center: why s-stars thermalize and more massive stars are missing. CHEN X. and AMARO-SEOANE P.
2013ARA&A..51..511K 43           X         1 168 1547 Coevolution (or not) of supermassive black holes and host galaxies. KORMENDY J. and HO L.C.
2015ApJ...798..111P 86             C       2 9 57 The Galactic Center cloud G2 and its gas streamer. PFUHL O., GILLESSEN S., EISENHAUER F., et al.
2015ApJ...800..125V 41           X         1 20 38 Monitoring the dusty s-cluster object (DSO/G2) on its orbit toward the Galactic Center black hole. VALENCIA-S. V., ECKART A., ZAJACEK M., et al.
2014RAA....14.1415H 357           X         9 5 2 Possibility of measuring spin precession of the nearest supermassive black hole by using S stars. HAN W.-B.
2015ApJ...802...63B 17       D               1 41 54 Linking tests of gravity on all scales: from the strong-field regime to cosmology. BAKER T., PSALTIS D. and SKORDIS C.
2015ApJ...809..127Z 1370     A D     X C       34 5 26 On testing the Kerr metric of the massive black hole in the Galactic Center via stellar orbital motion: full general relativistic treatment. ZHANG F., LU Y. and YU Q.
2016MNRAS.455L..21G 122           X         3 5 4 Detecting stars at the galactic centre via synchrotron emission. GINSBURG I., WANG X., LOEB A., et al.
2016ApJ...818..121P 50           X         1 6 54 A quantitative test of the no-hair theorem with Sgr A* using stars, pulsars, and the event horizon telescope. PSALTIS D., WEX N. and KRAMER M.
2016ApJ...821...44F viz 83           X         2 16 41 The nuclear cluster of the Milky Way: total mass and luminosity. FRITZ T.K., CHATZOPOULOS S., GERHARD O., et al.
2016ApJ...827..114Y 344       D     X C       8 4 15 Prospects for constraining the spin of the massive black hole at the Galactic Center via the relativistic motion of a surrounding star. YU Q., ZHANG F. and LU Y.
2016ApJ...828....1S 44           X         1 4 13 The properties of hypervelocity stars and S-stars originating from an eccentric disk around a supermassive black hole. SUBR L. and HAAS J.
2016ApJ...830...17B viz 406           X         10 967 115 An improved distance and mass estimate for Sgr A* from a multistar orbit analysis. BOEHLE A., GHEZ A.M., SCHODEL R., et al.
2017ApJ...834..198Z 1772     A D S   X C       42 4 10 On the Newtonian and spin-induced perturbations felt by the stars orbiting around the massive black hole in the Galactic Center. ZHANG F. and IORIO L.
2017ApJ...837...30G viz 388       D     X C       9 75 91 An update on monitoring stellar orbits in the Galactic Center. GILLESSEN S., PLEWA P.M., EISENHAUER F., et al.
2017ApJ...839....3I 724     A     X C       17 3 1 On the post-Keplerian corrections to the orbital periods of a two-body system and their application to the Galactic Center. IORIO L. and ZHANG F.
2017MNRAS.467.3775P 41           X         1 9 8 Infalling young clusters in the Galactic Centre: implications for IMBHs and young stellar populations. PETTS J.A. and GUALANDRIS A.
2017ApJ...845...22P 2223     A D     X C       54 24 17 Investigating the relativistic motion of the stars near the supermassive black hole in the Galactic Center. PARSA M., ECKART A., SHAHZAMANIAN B., et al.
2017ApJ...849...33Z 865     A D     X C       21 4 5 Probing the spinning of the massive black hole in the Galactic Center via pulsar timing: a full relativistic treatment. ZHANG F. and SAHA P.
2018ApJ...855...70K 125           X         3 6 ~ Gravitational theories near the Galactic Center. KALITA S.
2018MNRAS.476.4372P 42           X         1 9 2 Unrecognized astrometric confusion in the Galactic Centre. PLEWA P.M. and SARI R.
2019ApJ...875...42T 255           X   F     5 31 ~ The Keplerian three-body encounter. I. Insights on the origin of the S-stars and the G-objects in the Galactic Center. TRANI A.A., FUJII M.S. and SPERA M.
2020ApJ...889...61P 174           X C       3 15 ~ S62 on a 9.9 yr orbit around SgrA*. PEISSKER F., ECKART A. and PARSA M.
2020ApJ...893...31K 87           X         2 7 ~ The Galactic Center black hole, Sgr A*, as a probe of new gravitational physics with the scalaron fifth force. KALITA S.
2020A&A...636L...5G 87           X         2 8 ~ Detection of the Schwarzschild precession in the orbit of the star S2 near the Galactic centre massive black hole. GRAVITY COLLABORATION, ABUTER R., AMORIM A., et al.
2020ApJ...896..100A viz 17       D               1 53 ~ Kinematic structure of the Galactic Center S cluster. ALI B., PAUL D., ECKART A., et al.
2020ApJ...899...50P 548     A     X C       12 31 ~ S62 and S4711: indications of a population of faint fast-moving stars inside the S2 orbit - S4711 on a 7.6 yr orbit around Sgr A*. PEISSKER F., ECKART A., ZAJACEK M., et al.
2021MNRAS.501.2418S 18       D               4 40 ~ A numerical study of Galactic Centre stars. SALCIDO O. and CALCANEO-ROLDAN C.
2021A&A...645A.127G 90               F     1 61 ~ Detection of faint stars near Sagittarius A* with GRAVITY. GRAVITY COLLABORATION, ABUTER R., AMORIM A., et al.
2021MNRAS.505L..64B 287       D     X   F     6 21 ~ Hinting a dark matter nature of Sgr A* via the S-stars. BECERRA-VERGARA E.A., ARGUELLES C.R., KRUT A., et al.
2021ApJ...918...25P 134           X         3 14 ~ Observation of the apoapsis of S62 in 2019 with NIRC2 and SINFONI. PEISSKER F., ECKART A. and ALI B.
2022A&A...657L..12G 3685     A D     X C       79 22 ~ Mass distribution in the Galactic Center based on interferometric astrometry of multiple stellar orbits. GRAVITY COLLABORATION, ABUTER R., AIMAR N., et al.
2022A&A...657A..82G 1260     A D S   X C       26 11 ~ Deep images of the Galactic center with GRAVITY. GRAVITY COLLABORATION, ABUTER R., AIMAR N., et al.
2022ApJ...925..126L 168     A     X         4 6 ~ Is It Possible to See the Breaking Point of General Relativity near the Galactic Center Black Hole? Consideration of Scalaron and Higher-dimensional Gravity. LALREMRUATI P.C. and KALITA S.
2022MNRAS.513...90D 112       D     X         3 52 ~ Stability of planetary systems within the S-star cluster: the Solar system analogues. DAVARI N., CAPUZZO-DOLCETTA R. and SPURZEM R.
2022ApJ...932L..17F 280           X C       5 8 ~ Implication of Spin Constraints by the Event Horizon Telescope on Stellar Orbits in the Galactic Center. FRAGIONE G. and LOEB A.
2022ApJ...933...49P 513           X C       10 20 ~ Observation of S4716-a Star with a 4 yr Orbit around Sgr A*. PEISSKER F., ECKART A., ZAJACEK M., et al.
2022ApJ...934...54H 187           X         4 6 ~ Binary Natal Kicks in the Galactic Center: X-Ray Binaries, Hypervelocity Stars, and Gravitational Waves. HOANG B.-M., NAOZ S. and SLONEKER M.
2022ApJ...941..183L 47           X         1 5 ~ Effect of Dark Matter Distribution on Scalaron Gravity near the Galactic Center Black Hole and Its Prospects. LALREMRUATI P.C. and KALITA S.

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