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Testing the gravitational theory with short-period stars around our Galactic Center

@inproceedings{Hees2017TestingTG,
  title={Testing the gravitational theory with short-period stars around our Galactic Center},
  author={Aurelien Hees and Andrea M. Ghez and T. Do and Jessica R Lu and Mark R Morris and E. E. Becklin and Gunther Witzel and A. Boehle and S. Chappell and Z. Chen and Dez Chu and Anna Ciurlo and Arezu Dehghanfar and Eulalia Gallego-Cano and Avinita Gautam and Shi-qing Jia and Kelly Kosmo and Gregory D Martinez and K. Matthews and Smadar Naoz and S. Sakai and Rainer Schodel},
  year={2017}
}
  • Aurelien Hees, Andrea M. Ghez, +19 authors Rainer Schodel
  • Published 2017
  • Physics
  • Motion of short-period stars orbiting the supermassive black hole in our Galactic Center has been monitored for more than 20 years. These observations are currently offering a new way to test the gravitational theory in an unexplored regime: in a strong gravitational field, around a supermassive black hole. In this proceeding, we present three results: (i) a constraint on a hypothetical fifth force obtained by using 19 years of observations of the two best measured short-period stars S0-2 and… CONTINUE READING

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