|A Good Hard Look at Growing Supermassive Black Holes in the Distant Universe|
|英文摘要||Sensitive cosmic X-ray surveys with the Chandra, XMM-Newton, and NuSTAR observatories have revolutionized our ability to find and study distant active galactic nuclei (AGNs), the main sites of supermassive black hole growth in the Universe. The speaker will describe some of the resulting discoveries about the demographics, physics, and ecology of AGNs. Topics covered will include the utility of deep X-ray plus multiwavelength surveys for investigating distant AGNs; evolution constraints for the typical AGNs of the distant Universe; the cosmic balance of power between supermassive black holes and stars; interactions between AGNs and their hosting galaxies; and the AGN content of newly forming galaxies. The speaker will end by discussing some key outstanding questions and new observations and missions that aim to answer them.|
|作者单位||Penn State Univ.|
Niel Brandt. A Good Hard Look at Growing Supermassive Black Holes in the Distant Universe[Z] .2016.