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Effect of dynamical friction on the escape of a supermassive black hole from a galaxyRAMESH CHANDER KAPOOR.Astrophysics and space science. 1985, Vol 112, Num 2, pp 347-359, issn 0004-640XArticle

The Future of Direct Supermassive Black Hole Mass EstimatesBATCHELDOR, D; KOEKEMOER, A. M.Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific. 2009, Vol 121, Num 885, pp 1245-1256, issn 0004-6280, 12 p.Article

Supermassive Black Holes in Interacting GalaxiesARKHIPOVA, V. P; KUT'KIN, A. M; CHERNIN, A. D et al.Astronomy reports. 2010, Vol 54, Num 2, pp 126-132, issn 1063-7729, 7 p.Article

Supermassive Black Holes and Their Host GalaxiesDALLA BONTA, Elena.Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific. 2008, Vol 120, Num 867, pp 592-593, issn 0004-6280, 2 p.Article

Core depletion from coalescing supermassive black holesGRAHAM, Alister W.The Astrophysical journal. 2004, Vol 613, Num 1, pp L33-L36, issn 0004-637X, 2Article

Where are the dead quasars?WALDROP, M. M.Science (Washington, D.C.). 1985, Vol 228, Num 4704, pp 1185-1186, issn 0036-8075Article

Supermassive Black Holes and Galaxy KinematicsZASOV, A. V; CHEREPASHCHUK, A. M; KATKOV, I. Yu et al.Astronomy reports. 2011, Vol 55, Num 7, pp 595-607, issn 1063-7729, 13 p.Article

The Accuracy of Supermassive Black Hole Masses Determined by the Single-Epoch Spectrum (Dibai) MethodBOCHKAREV, N. G; GASKELL, C. M.Astronomy letters (Print). 2009, Vol 35, Num 5, pp 287-293, issn 1063-7737, 7 p.Article

Migration of Supermassive Black Holes in Galactic NucleiKONDRAT'EV, A. S; ORLOV, V. V.Astronomy letters (Print). 2008, Vol 34, Num 8, pp 537-541, issn 1063-7737, 5 p.Article

Supermassive black holes: Relation to dark halosZASOV, A. V; PETROCHENKO, L. N; CHEREPASHCHUK, A. M et al.Astronomy reports. 2005, Vol 49, Num 5, pp 362-367, issn 1063-7729, 6 p.Article

Close Binaries Containing Supermassive Black HolesTUTUKOV, A. V; FEDOROVA, A. V.Astronomy reports. 2010, Vol 54, Num 9, pp 808-822, issn 1063-7729, 15 p.Article

Le repos agité des trous noirs = The perturbed rest of black holesBASA, Stéphane.La Recherche (Imprimé). 2008, Num 419, pp 44-47, issn 0029-5671, 4 p.Article

Supermassive black holes and the evolution of galaxiesRICHSTONE, D; AJHAR, E. A; KORMENDY, J et al.Nature (London). 1998, Vol 395, Num 6701, pp A14-A19, issn 0028-0836, SUPArticle

The supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy : Determination of its main physical parametersKISSELEV, A. A; GNEDIN, Yu. N; GROSHEVA, E. A et al.Astronomy reports. 2007, Vol 51, Num 2, pp 100-108, issn 1063-7729, 9 p.Article

Is there a black hole in the sky?PACZYNSKI, B.Nature (London). 1986, Vol 321, Num 6068, pp 419-420, issn 0028-0836Article

Les bienfaits des trous noirsSCHARF, Caleb.Pour la science (Imprimé). 2012, Num 420, pp 22-27, issn 0153-4092, 6 p.Article

The Coevolution of Galaxies and Supermassive Black Holes: A Local Perspective : Galaxy EvolutionHECKMAN, Timothy M; KAUFFMANN, Guinevere.Science (Washington, D.C.). 2011, Vol 333, Num 6039, pp 182-185, issn 0036-8075, 4 p.Article

Tracing activity in distant supermassive black holes with X-raysBARGER, A. J.Contemporary physics. 2002, Vol 43, Num 5, pp 339-349, issn 0010-7514, 11 p.Article

Un regard nouveau sur les quasars = A new look on quasarsDISNEY, M.Pour la science. 1998, Num 250, pp 48-53, issn 0153-4092Article

Kinematics of Disk Galaxies with Known Masses of Their Supermassive Black Holes. ObservationsCHEREPASHCHUK, A. M; AFANAS'EV, V. L; ZASOV, A. V et al.Astronomy reports. 2010, Vol 54, Num 7, pp 578-589, issn 1063-7729, 12 p.Article

Effect of dynamical friction on the escape of a supermassive black hole ejected from the center of a galaxyRAMESH CHANDER KAPOOR.Astrophysics and space science library. 1986, Vol 121, pp 573-577, issn 0067-0057Article

Trous noirs supermassifs = Supermassive black holesWEAVER, Kimberly.Pour la science. 2003, Num 310, pp 32-39, issn 0153-4092, 8 p.Article

A star in a 15.2-year orbit around the supermassive black hole at the centre of the Milky WaySCHÖDEL, R; OTT, T; HADUNG, M et al.Nature (London). 2002, Vol 419, Num 6908, pp 694-696, issn 0028-0836Article

The collapse of dense star clusters to supermassive black holes: the origin of quasars and AGNsSHAPIRO, S. L; TEUKOLSKY, S. A.The Astrophysical journal. 1985, Vol 292, Num 2, pp L41-L44, issn 0004-637X, . 2Article

Identifying decaying supermassive black hole binaries from their variable electromagnetic emissionHAIMAN, Zoltan; KOCSIS, Bence; MENOU, Kristen et al.Classical and quantum gravity (Print). 2009, Vol 26, Num 9, issn 0264-9381, 094032.1-094032.11Conference Paper

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