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John D. Schopp Memorial Lecture - Shared screen with speaker view
David Rapchun
27:17
thank you. very well. and to you too
Christina Bewley
42:08
12
Danny Martino
42:09
10
Thomas Elliott
42:11
12
Tom Huxford
42:13
12
Cristina Garcia
42:13
12
Jimena Gamero
42:13
12
Adam Starsiak
42:13
8
Christian Sanchez
42:14
10
Oliver Gorton
42:15
12
Laura Cervini
42:15
12
Kori Bento
42:16
12
Amanda Chavez
42:16
10
Jesse Locklin
42:16
12
Rex Lam
42:17
14
Alexander Dimoff
42:17
10
Lasani Jayasinghe
42:17
12
Beatriz Miranda Abreu
42:17
12
Trevor Ames Gregg
42:18
14
Suchitra Chepin
42:18
12
Bryce Busby
42:19
12
Zikun Lin
42:22
12
Joseph Soliz
42:25
16
Alyssa Johnson
42:26
10
Stephanie Gittens
42:27
12
Gynell Higby
42:27
12
Jimena Gamero
42:28
That’s so cool haha
Michael Baer
42:31
10
alfonso limon
01:03:42
can you add interferometers on satellites? - Sarah
John Della Costa
01:05:43
Is the light being captured by the EHT from M87 being emitted by those jiggling electrons through synchrotron radiation?
Alan Flores
01:06:28
What exactly is the orientation of the black hole in the picture with respect to its axis of rotation.
alfonso limon
01:06:34
for imaging
Joseph Soliz
01:07:06
Can we use the same technique of EHT to see the black hole in the center of our galaxy?
Craig Champion
01:07:09
what might be the astronomical function of black holes?
Chris Gabler
01:07:18
Wonderful topic and presentation! Very interesting discoveries!
alfonso limon
01:07:32
thanks!!
Matthew Sailer
01:07:42
If just 2 satellites could resolve the electron ring, and a GEO orbit could increase the resolution 100-fold, would it be feasible to use Lagrange points (probably the L3 point) to have a solar system-sized telescope?
Rex Lam
01:08:00
You mentioned how, to see the photon rings you dont necessarily need super great telescopes, just a long baseline. As such, can you have a earth orbit baseline by utilizing telescopes?
Rex Lam
01:08:21
okay fine. what matt said instead.
Chris Gabler
01:08:37
What other objects would be good candidates for this type of analysis?
Joseph Soliz
01:09:43
Also will this lecture be available to see if it's recorded?
Danny Martino
01:10:45
Can you talk more on the photon ring? I missed how it is possible to separate out that light from the main image?
Jimena Gamero
01:13:48
What would a black hole look like in 3d?
Tom Huxford
01:18:21
Thank you Dr. Johnson for the fascinating presentation!
Chris Gabler
01:20:19
Interesting, thank you!
Danny Martino
01:22:10
that's cool!
Danny Martino
01:22:19
Thank you! very interesting!!!
Alexander Dimoff
01:22:21
Thanks Dr. Johnson!
christal sohl
01:22:22
Great presentation! Thank you!
Heide Doss
01:22:23
Thank you!
Stephanie Gittens
01:22:24
Thank you!
Jeff Roberts
01:22:25
Thank you so much, Dr. Johnson!
Jimena Gamero
01:22:29
Thank you!
Luke Glass
01:22:36
Thank you for such an interesting talk!
Lauren Miller
01:22:38
Thank you!
Matthew Sailer
01:22:42
Thank you!
Gur Windmiller
01:22:44
Thank you!!
Joshua Maldonado
01:22:46
Thank you!!
Ligia Franco
01:22:48
Thank you
Wangting Guo
01:22:51
Thank you