Populating the Galaxy Velocity Dispersion: Supermassive Black Hole Mass Diagram, A Catalogue of (M bh, σ) Values

@article{Graham2008PopulatingTG,
  title={Populating the Galaxy Velocity Dispersion: Supermassive Black Hole Mass Diagram, A Catalogue of (M bh, $\sigma$) Values},
  author={Alister W. Graham},
  journal={Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia},
  year={2008},
  volume={25},
  pages={167 - 175}
}
  • A. Graham
  • Published 16 July 2008
  • Physics
  • Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia
Abstract An updated catalogue of 76 galaxies, with direct measurements of supermassive black-hole mass (M bh) plus, when available, the central velocity dispersion (σ0) of their host bulge is provided. Fifty of these mass measurements are considered reliable, while the others remain somewhat uncertain at this time. An additional nine stellar systems, including one stellar cluster and three globular clusters, are listed as hosting potential intermediate mass black holes <106 M ⊙. With this… 
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