Avery E. Broderick

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2004 California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 
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Roger David Blandford grad student 2004 Caltech
 (Radiative transfer in accreting environments.)
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Johannsen T, Broderick AE, Plewa PM, et al. (2016) Testing General Relativity with the Shadow Size of Sgr A^{*}. Physical Review Letters. 116: 031101
Johnson MD, Fish VL, Doeleman SS, et al. (2015) Resolved magnetic-field structure and variability near the event horizon of Sagittarius A. Science (New York, N.Y.). 350: 1242-5
Akiyama K, Lu RS, Fish VL, et al. (2015) 230 GHz VLBI OBSERVATIONS OF M87: EVENT-HORIZON-SCALE STRUCTURE DURING AN ENHANCED VERY-HIGH-ENERGY γ-RAY STATE IN 2012 Astrophysical Journal. 807
Broderick AE, Narayan R, Kormendy J, et al. (2015) The event horizon of M87 Astrophysical Journal. 805
Psaltis D, Narayan R, Fish VL, et al. (2015) Event horizon telescope evidence for alignment of the black hole in the center of the milky way with the inner stellar disk Astrophysical Journal. 798
Fish VL, Johnson MD, Lu RS, et al. (2014) Imaging an event horizon: Mitigation of scattering toward Sagittarius a Astrophysical Journal. 795
Johnson MD, Fish VL, Doeleman SS, et al. (2014) Relative astrometry of compact flaring structures in Sgr A∗ with polarimetric very long baseline interferometry Astrophysical Journal. 794
Lu RS, Broderick AE, Baron F, et al. (2014) Imaging the supermassive black hole shadow and jet base of M87 with the event horizon telescope Astrophysical Journal. 788
Broderick AE, Johannsen T, Loeb A, et al. (2014) Testing the no-hair theorem with event horizon telescope observations of sagittarius A* Astrophysical Journal. 784
Doeleman SS, Fish VL, Schenck DE, et al. (2012) Jet-launching structure resolved near the supermassive black hole in M87. Science (New York, N.Y.). 338: 355-8
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