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White Paper on East Asian Vision for mm/submm VLBI: Toward Black Hole Astrophysics down to Angular Resolution of 1~R$_{S}$

@article{Asada2017WhitePO,
  title={White Paper on East Asian Vision for mm/submm VLBI: Toward Black Hole Astrophysics down to Angular Resolution of 1~R\$\_\{S\}\$},
  author={Kunihiro Asada and Motoki Kino and Mareki Honma and Tomoya Hirota and Rusen S. Lu and Makoto Inoue and Bong Won Sohn and Z.-Q. Shen and Paul T. P. Ho and Kazunori Akiyama and Juan Carlos Algaba and Tao An and Geoff Bower and Do-Young Byun and Richard Dodson and Akihiro Doi and Philip G. Edwards and Kenta Fujisawa and Minfeng Gu and Kazuhiro Hada and Yoshiaki Hagiwara and Phrudth Jaroenjittichai and Taehyun Jung and Tomohisa Kawashima and Sergio Mikio Koyama and S.-S. Lee and Satoki Matsushita and Hiroshi Nagai and M. S. Nakamura and Kotaro Niinuma and Chris Phillips and J.-H. Park and Hung-Yi Pu and Hyunwook Ro and Jamie Stevens and Sascha Trippe and K. Wajima and G.-Y. Zhao},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena},
  year={2017}
}
This White Paper details the intentions and plans of the East Asian Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) community for pushing the frontiers of millimeter/submillimeter VLBI. To this end, we shall endeavor to actively promote coordinated efforts in the East Asia region. Our goal is to establish firm collaborations among the East Asia VLBI community in partnership with related institutes in North America and Europe and to expand existing global mm/submm VLBI arrays for (a) exploring the… Expand
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