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Time-Domain Astronomy: a High Energy View

Most X-ray emitting objects show variability whose timescales can span many orders of magnitudes, from decades down to milliseconds depending on the source. Studying X-ray variability, we can probe the physics of a large number of phenomena in a plethora of different astrophysical objects, from large scale changes of galactic environments down to the direct environment of compact accretion objects. Objects studied include solar system objects and stars, novae and supernovae, pulsars and magnetars, Galactic black holes and supermassive black holes in the centre of active galactic nuclei. The workshop aims to summarise the current understanding of the variability in high energy astrophysical objects in order to explore the potential synergy with other (new) time-domain facilities and to foster cooperation between observers in different energy bands. It is hosted by the European Space Astronomy Centre (ESAC).
When 13 June 2018 03:10 PM to
15 June 2018 03:10 PM
Where Madrid ES
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- Statistics, Methodology, and Tools
- Variable Multiwavelength Emitters and Multiwavelength Facilities
- Timing from Accretion and Ejection Phenomena
- Triggers of Variability: Magnetism, Shocks, Companions
- Explosive Astrophysics/Fast Astrophysics

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