Supermassive black holes from OASIS and SAURON integral-field kinematics
- 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. © 2008 Copyright International Astronomical Union 2008.
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