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11.18

  1. Read
    • Blondin, J. M., Stevens, I. R. & Kallman, T. R. 1991, Astrophys. J., 371, 684–695 , Enhanced winds and tidal streams in massive X-ray binaries
    • Blondin, J. M., Kallman, T. R., Fryxell, B. A. & Taam, R. E. 1990, Astrophys. J., 356, 591–608, Hydrodynamic simulations of stellar wind disruption by a compact X-ray source

11.04

  1. Develop thermally driven wind !!!
  2. Read
    • Blondin, J. M. 1994, Astrophys. J., 435, 756–766, The shadow wind in high-mass X-ray binaries
    • Blondin, J. M. & Woo, J. W. 1995, Astrophys. J., 445, 889–895 ,Wind dynamics in SMC X-1. 1: Hydrodynamic simulation
    • Owocki, S. in 2004, 13, 163–250 ,Stellar wind mechanisms and instabilities
    • Mauche, C. W., Liedahl, D. A., Akiyama, S. & Plewa, T. 2007, Prog. Theor. Phys. Suppl., 169, 196–199 ,Hydrodynamic and Spectral Simulations of HMXB Winds
    • Bosch-Ramon, V., Barkov, M. V., Khangulyan, D. & Perucho, M. 2012, Astron. Astrophys., 544, 59Simulations of stellar/pulsar-wind interaction along one full orbit ,

10.31

  1. Run a simulation for the shadow wind with asymmetric environment (only density. pressure and velocity is fixed)
    to see the jet evolution in complicated environment of HMXBs

10.18

  1. Read
    • Verbunt, F. & Freire, P. C. C. 2013, On the disruption of pulsar and X-ray binaries in globular clusters

10.17

  1. Read
    • Lamastra, A. et al. 2013, Probing AGN triggering mechanisms through the starburstiness of the host galaxies
    • Lagos, C. del P. et al. 2013, Which galaxies dominate the neutral gas content of the Universe?
    • Tomsick, J. A. et al. 2013, The Reflection Component from Cygnus X-1 in the Soft State Measured by NuSTAR and Suzaku
    • King, A. R. & Pounds, K. A. 2013, The End of the Black Hole Dark Ages, and Warm Absorbers
    • Feast, M. W. & Whitelock, P. A. 2013, Variable Stars and Galactic Structure
    • Gabbasov, R. F., Klapp-Escribano, J., Suarez-Cansino, J. & Sigalotti, L. D. G. 2013, Numerical simulations of the Kelvin-Helmholtz instability with the Gadget-2 SPH code
    • Page, M. J. et al. 2013, The suppression of star formation by powerful active galactic nuclei

10.15

  1. Read
    • Barret, D. et al. 2013, Athena+: The first Deep Universe X-ray Observatory (10.17)
    • Latif, M. A., Schleicher, D. R. G. & Schmidt, W. 2013, Magnetic fields during the formation of supermassive black holes

10.14

  1. Modify the code for PWN3d to get more refined around oblique discontinuity
  2. Make a presentation file for MidWest Relativity meeting

10.10

  1. Write the abstract for 2013 Midwest Relativity meeting(10.14)

10.07

  1. Read
    • Ojha, R. 2013, Parsec-scale structure of quasars: dawn of the golden age?
    • Kocsis, B. & Loeb, A. 2013, Menus for Feeding Black Holes
    • Russell, D. M., Fender, R. P., Gallo, E. & Kaiser, C. R. 2007, Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 376, 1341–1349, The jet-powered optical nebula of Cygnus X-1
  2. Write and draft the paper again about HMXBs' circum-binary environment (10.10)

10.02

  1. Read
    • Singh, K. P. 2013, An X-ray view of quasars

10.01

  1. Read
    • Chattopadhyay, I. 2013, Effect of plasma composition on accretion on to black holes

09.30

  1. Read
    • Buehler, R. & Blandford, R. 2013, The Crab pulsar wind nebula: our laboratory of the non-thermal Universe (10.17)
    • Araudo, A., Bosch-Ramon, V. & Romero, G. E. 2013, Gamma-ray emission from massive stars interacting with AGN jets
    • Hopkins, P. F., Kocevski, D. D. & Bundy, K. 2013, Do We Expect Most AGN to Live in Disks?
    • The Astropy Collaboration et al. 2013, Astropy: A Community Python Package for Astronomy
  2. Study
    • How to use Python as well as yt-project

09.26

  1. Read
    • Gaensler, B. M., Jones, D. H. & Stappers, B. W. 2002, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 580, L137–L141, An Optical Bow Shock around the Nearby Millisecond Pulsar J2124-3358
    • Kulkarni, S. R. & Hester, J. J. 1988, Nature, 335, 801–803, Discovery of a nebula around PSR1957+20
    • Jones, D. H., Stappers, B. W. & Gaensler, B. M. 2002, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 389, L1–L5, Discovery of an optical bow-shock around pulsar B0740-28
    • Vigelius, M., Melatos, A., Chatterjee, S., Gaensler, B. M. & Ghavamian, P. 2007, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 374, 793–808, Three-dimensional hydrodynamic simulations of asymmetric pulsar wind bow shocks
    • Van Kerkwijk, M. H. & Kulkarni, S. R. 2001, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 380, 221–237, An unusual Hα nebula around the nearby neutron star RX J1856.5-3754
    • Bell, J. F., Bailes, M., Manchester, R. N., Weisberg, J. M. & Lyne, A. G. 1995, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 440, L81–L83, The proper motion and wind nebula of the nearby millisecond pulsar J0437-4715

09.25

  1. Read
    • Luminet, J.-P. 2013, From Black Holes to Cosmology : The Universe in the Computer
    • Gaensler, B. M. & Slane, P. O. 2006, Annual Review of Astronomy and Astrophysics, 44, 17–47 The Evolution and Structure of Pulsar Wind Nebulae

09.23

  1. Read
    • Torres, D. F., Martin, J., Wilhelmi, E. de O. & Cillis, A. 2013, The effects of magnetic field, age, and intrinsic luminosity on Crab-like pulsar wind nebulae
    • Orienti, M. et al. 2013, On the connection between radio and gamma rays. Variability and polarization properties in relativistic jets

09.17

  1. Anaysis
    • off-axis jets in linear regime whether it can be described by our semi-analytic solution. (09.24)
    • Inclined density discontinuity in guitar nebula simulation. —> search for relevant cases in observation(09.26)

07.17

  1. Study
    • Rosswog, & Bruggen 2007, Introduction to High-Energy Astrophysics, Chap 5

07.12

  1. Run
    • solve left-boundary problem in PWN3d with 45 degree.

07.11

  1. Study
    • Rosswog, & Bruggen 2007, Introduction to High-Energy Astrophysics, Chap 4(07.17)

07.09

  1. Study
    • Rosswog, & Bruggen 2007, Introduction to High-Energy Astrophysics, Chap 3(07.15)
  2. Write down the part of applying to Cygnus X-3 (Drafted 07.11)

07.08

  1. Read
    • Vilhu, O. & Carina Hannikainen, D. 2012, ArXiv e-prints, 1212, 3793, “Modeling the X-ray light curves of Cygnus X-3. Possible role of the jet”
    • Dubus, G., Cerutti, B. & Henri, G. 2010, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 404, L55–L59, “The relativistic jet of Cygnus X-3 in gamma-rays”

07.02

  1. Write down “conclustion & abstract” part in the jet bending paper

06.28

  1. Apply to IMPRS summer school 2013
  2. Modify the jet bending paper (07.02)

06.27

  1. Search about
    • SDSS (Sloan Digital Sky Survey)
    • Athena+ which is upcoming project of X-ray satellite obervatory

06.24

  1. Read
    • Heinz, S. 2006, The Astrophysical Journal, 636, 316–322, “Composition, Collimation, Contamination: The Jet of Cygnus X-1”(06.25)
  2. Search for papers about the observation of Cyg X-3
  3. Furthur analysis of jet bending angle

06.19.2013

  1. Study
    • Rosswog, & Bruggen 2007, Introduction to High-Energy Astrophysics, Chap 1 & 2 (07.09)

06.13.2013

  1. Resolution test for the jets in circumbinary environment.(06.21)
  2. Read
    • Spencer, R. E. et al. 2013, “Radio and X-ray observations of jet ejection in Cygnus X-2” (06.19)
    • Trichas, M. et al. 2013, “Empirical Links between XRB and AGN accretion using the complete z<0.4 spectroscopic CSC/SDSS Catalog”

06.12.2013

  1. Read
    • Christiansen, H. R. 2013, “High energy emission from galactic jets” (06.13)
    • Perucho, M. & Bosch-Ramon, V. 2008, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 482, 917–927, “On the interaction of microquasar jets with stellar winds” (06.18)
  2. Ask Brian to use NASA account to simulate PWN3d case with inclined encountering of density discontinuity
  3. Kelvin Helmholts Instability in Cylindrical geometry (first, start from plane geometry) to investigate tunnel in density wall for PWN3d runs.
    —> m=0 may be not possible to see, but m=1 (helical mode) may be detectable.