Deep images of the Galactic center with GRAVITY

@article{Abuter2021DeepIO,
  title={Deep images of the Galactic center with GRAVITY},
  author={Gravity Collaboration R. Abuter and N. Aimar and Ant'onio Amorim and Phil Arras and Michi Baubock and J. P. Berger and Henri Bonnet and Wolfgang Brandner and Guillaume Bourdarot and Vitor Cardoso and Y. Cl'enet and Robert D. Davies and P. T. de Zeeuw and Jason Dexter and Yigit Dallilar and A. Drescher and Frank Eisenhauer and Torsten A. Ensslin and N. M. Forster Schreiber and P. Garcia and Feng Gao and Eric Gendron and Reinhard Genzel and Stefan Gillessen and Maryam Habibi and X. Haubois and Gernot Hei{\ss}el and T. Henning and Stephen Hippler and M. Horrobin and A. Jim'enez-Rosales and L. Jochum and L. Jocou and A. Kaufer and Pierre Kervella and Sylvestre Lacour and Vincent Lapeyr{\`e}re and J.-B. Le Bouquin and P. L'ena and Dieter Lutz and Feng Mang and M. Nowak and T. Ott and T. Paumard and K. Perraut and Guy Perrin and Oliver Pfuhl and Sebastian Rabien and Jinyi Shangguan and T. Taro Shimizu and S. Scheithauer and J. Stadler and Odele Straub and C. Straubmeier and Eckhard Sturm and L. J. Tacconi and Konrad R. W. Tristram and F. Vincent and S. D. von Fellenberg and Idel Waisberg and Felix Widmann and Ekkehard Wieprecht and Erich Wiezorrek and Julien Woillez and S. Yazici and Ahn Shin Young and G{\'e}rard Zins},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
Stellar orbits at the Galactic Center provide a very clean probe of the gravitational potential of the supermassive black hole. They can be studied with unique precision, beyond the confusion limit of a single telescope, with the near-infrared interferometer GRAVITY. Imaging is essential to search the field for faint, unknown stars on short orbits which potentially could constrain the black hole spin. Furthermore, it provides the starting point for astrometric fitting to derive highly accurate… 

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