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Title: Detection of IMBHs from microlensing in globular clusters
Authors: Safonova, M
Rahvar, S
Keywords: Gravitational lensing;(Galaxy:) globular clusters: general
Issue Date: Apr-2007
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Citation: International Astronomical Union Symposium; No. 238, pp. 439-440
Abstract: Globular clusters have been long predicted to host intermediate-mass black holes (IMBHs) in their centres. The growing evidence that some/all Galactic globular clusters (GCs) could harbour middle range (102 – 104Mxs2299) black holes, just as galaxies do, stimulates the searches and the development of new methods for proving their existence. Here we propose another method of detection – the microlensing of the cluster stars by the central BH.
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