Relativistic dynamics and extreme mass ratio inspirals

@article{AmaroSeoane2018RelativisticDA,
  title={Relativistic dynamics and extreme mass ratio inspirals},
  author={P. Amaro-Seoane},
  journal={Living Reviews in Relativity},
  year={2018},
  volume={21}
}
It is now well-established that a dark, compact object, very likely a massive black hole (MBH) of around four million solar masses is lurking at the centre of the Milky Way. While a consensus is emerging about the origin and growth of supermassive black holes (with masses larger than a billion solar masses), MBHs with smaller masses, such as the one in our galactic centre, remain understudied and enigmatic. The key to understanding these holes—how some of them grow by orders of magnitude in… Expand
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