New Chinese research suggests that optical variability in emission-line galaxies (ELGs) is likely caused by star-formation activity rather than the activity of supermassive black holes.
Researchers led by Dr. FENG Guojie from the Xinjiang Astronomical Observatory and their collaborators conducted time-domain spectroscopic observation of KIC 10417986 with the Nanshan 1.2-m Optical Telescope and Xinglong 2.16-m Telescope.
Researchers led by Dr. LU Kaixing from Yunnan Observatories have provided new insights into the broad-line region of the active galactic nuclei, and achieved precise measurements of the supermassive black hole mass in AGN NGC 5548.
Researchers from Yunnan Observatories and their collaborators have explored the dependency of the intrinsic binary fraction on the derived stellar effective temperature, metallicity and projected rotational velocity.
A research team from the Shanghai Astronomical Observatory has recently completed a deep Q-band line scanning survey of the Orion Kleinmann–Low Nebula (Orion KL) using the Tianma 65-m radio telescope (TMRT).
Researchers from the Shanghai Astronomical Observatory carried out linear onset analysis for thermal inertial convection in oblate spheroidal cavities, elucidating how thermal convection takes place in extremely rapidly rotating planets or stars.
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