Proceedings of the Third Microquasar Workshop Granada Workshop on Galactic Relativistic Jet Sources Granada, Spain, 11–13 September 2000

  • A. J. Castro-Tirado
  • J. Greiner
  • J. M. Paredes

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxii
  2. Microquasars and X-Ray Novae

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-2
    2. M. Feroci, P. Casella, E. Costa, E. Massaro, P. Soffitta, G. Matt et al.
      Pages 15-18
    3. Kazutaka Yamaoka, Yoshihiro Ueda, Hajime Inoue, Fumiaki Nagase, Ken Ebisawa, Taro Kotani et al.
      Pages 19-22
    4. Reba M. Bandyopadhyay, K. S. Wood, P. Hertz, M. N. Lovellette, P. S. Ray, M. T. Wolff et al.
      Pages 23-24
    5. Y. Ueda, K. Yamaoka, J. E. Grove, M. McCollough, P. Durouchoux, J. Rodriquez et al.
      Pages 25-30
    6. J. Greiner, M. J. McCaughrean, J. G. Cuby, A. J. Castro-Tirado, R. E. Mennickent
      Pages 31-34
    7. E. Harlaftis, Vik S. Dhillon, Alberto J. Castro-Tirado
      Pages 35-38
    8. Stephen S. Eikenberry, Reba M. Bandyopadhyay
      Pages 39-40
    9. C. A. Haswell, D. J. Rolfe, A. R. King, J. R. Murray, P. A. Charles
      Pages 41-44
    10. Diana Hannikainen, Duncan Campbell-Wilson, Richard Hunstead, Vince McIntyre, Jim Lovell, John Reynolds et al.
      Pages 45-50
    11. C. Sánchez-Fernández, A. J. Castro-Tirado, A. Giménez, C. Zurita, J. Casares, N. Lund
      Pages 51-54
    12. C. Zurita, J. Casares, P. RodrÍguez-Gil, T. Shahbaz, P. A. Charles, C. Sánchez-Fernández et al.
      Pages 55-56
    13. Sergei S. Guziy, Aleksey S. Shlyapnikov
      Pages 57-60
    14. R. I. Hynes, C. A. Haswell, S. Chaty, C. R. Shrader, W. Cui, C. W. Mauche
      Pages 61-62
    15. Elena P. Pavlenko, Elena S. Dmitrienko, Nikolai M. Shakhovskoi, Sergei Yu. Shugarov, Nataly A. Katysheva, Igor M. Volkov
      Pages 63-64
    16. Elena P. Pavlenko, Yuliana G. Kuznetsova, Sergei Yu. Shugarov, Vladislav S. Petrov
      Pages 65-66
  3. Persistent and Recurrent Jets and Outflows

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 67-68
    2. Josep M. Paredes, Marc Ribó, Josep Martí, Maria Massi
      Pages 79-83
    3. Philip Maloney, Sean Colgan, Angela Cotera, David Hollenbach
      Pages 97-98
    4. YaëL Fuchs, I. Félix Mirabel, Richard N. Ogley
      Pages 99-100
    5. J. Greiner, F. J. Vrba, A. A. Henden, H. H. Guetter, C. B. Luginbuhl
      Pages 105-106
    6. V. Dhawan, I. F. Mirabel, L. F. Rodriguez
      Pages 107-108
    7. G. Giovannini, L. Feretti, M. Tordi, T. Venturi, S. Massaglia, G. Bodo et al.
      Pages 111-112
    8. Catherine Brocksopp, Peter Jonker, Rob Fender, Michiel Van Der Klis, Paul Groot, Steven Tingay
      Pages 117-120
    9. Chris De La Force, Ralph Spencer, A. Stirling, M. Garrett, R. Fender
      Pages 121-122
    10. M. Peracaula, J. M. Paredes, A. R. Taylor, S. M. Dougherty, W. K. Scott
      Pages 123-124
    11. Maria Massi, Marc Ribó, Josep M. Paredes, Marta Peracaula, Robert Estalella
      Pages 125-126
    12. Herman L. Marshall, Claude R. Canizares, Norbert S. Schulz
      Pages 127-130
    13. Z. Paragi, I. Fejes, R. C. Vermeulen, R. T. Schilizzi, R. E. Spencer, A. M. Stirling
      Pages 131-132
    14. Samar Safi-Harb, Philippe Durouchoux, Robert Petre
      Pages 133-134
    15. Sergei Trushkin, Elena Majorova, Nikolai Bursov
      Pages 135-137
    16. Ph. Durouchoux, R. Sood, S. Safi-Harb, F. J. Lu, P. O’Neill, H. Flohic et al.
      Pages 139-140
    17. F. J. Lu, B. Aschenbach, L. M. Song, Ph. Durouchoux
      Pages 141-142
  4. Inner Disk Oscillations

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 143-144
    2. Tomaso Belloni
      Pages 145-152
    3. S. Chaty, I. F. Mirabel, J. Martí, L. F. Rodríguez
      Pages 153-156
    4. Ewa Szuszkiewicz, Roberto Turolla, Luca Zampieri
      Pages 165-168

About these proceedings


The Third Microquasar Workshop (or the 'Fifth' Workshop on Galactic Relativ­ istic Jet Sources), was held in Granada, Andalucia (Spain) on 11-13 September 2000. The aim of this workshop in Granada, following the previous Microquasar Workshops in Greenbelt (1997) and Paris (1998) and the Workshops on galactic sources with relativistic jets in Jodrell Bank (1996) and Milton Keynes (1998), was to focus on the theoretical and observational aspects of microquasars. The study of microquasars, the sources in our Galaxy displaying powerful re­ lativistic jets, is a rapidly advancing field in astrophysics. The new instrumentation on ground (MERLIN, SCUBA, VLA, VLT) and aboard satellites (ASCA, BSAX, ISO, IXAE and RXTE) has provided important results, and much more is expected to come from Chandra and XMM-Newton. In the further future, powerful instru­ mentation will come online in the sub-mm (ALMA) and gamma-rays (INTEG­ RAL), extending our coverage to important regions for the study of microquasars. Energy transport via relativistic jets is one of the most important physical mechan­ isms taking place in compact objects. Large efforts have been devoted to properly understand the disk-jet connection, and even the effects of rotation or magnetic fields. Several new important advances have been made recently, both from the point of view of the theoretical treatment of jets and the different new observational tests.


Accretion Galaxy Quasar astrophysics relativistic jet star

Editors and affiliations

  • A. J. Castro-Tirado
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
  • J. Greiner
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
  • J. M. Paredes
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
  1. 1.Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía (IAA-CSIC)GranadaSpain
  2. 2.Astrophysikalisches InstitutPotsdamGermany
  3. 3.Universidad de BarcelonaSpain

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  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media New York 2001
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