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Supermassive black holes from OASIS and SAURON integral-field kinematics

  • Michele Cappellari (a1), R. Bacon (a2), Roger L. Davies (a1), P. T. de Zeeuw (a3), Eric Emsellem (a2), Jesús Falcón-Barroso (a4), Davor Krajnović (a1), Harald Kuntschner (a5), Richard M. McDermid (a3), Reynier F. Peletier (a6), Marc Sarzi (a7), Remco C. E. van den Bosch (a3) and Glenn van de Ven (a8)...

Abstract

Supermassive black holes are a key element in our understanding of how galaxies form. Most of the progress in this very active field of research is based on just ~30 determination of black hole masses, accumulated over the past decade. We illustrate how integral-field spectroscopy, and in particular our OASIS modeling effort can help improve the current situation.

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