Astrophysics

   

Time-Resolved Imaging of Model Astrophysical Jets

Authors: Theodoros Smponias

An approximate, time-delayed imaging algorithm is implemented, within existing line-of- sight code. The resulting program acts on hydrocode output data, producing synthetic images, depicting what a model relativistic astrophysical jet looks like to a stationary observer. The software has the potential to study a variety of dynamical astrophysical phenomena, in collaboration with other imaging and simulation tools. A number of tests are performed, in order to confirm the validity of code results, and also to present the features of the software. The above demonstrate the potential of the computer program to help interpret astrophysical jet observations.

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[v1] 2018-11-06 11:46:42

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