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Galactic Center: Implications of Recent Chandra Observations for Spherical Accretion Models of Sgr A*
Symposium - International astronomical union
At the center of the Milky Way lurks a unique compact nonthermal radio source, Sgr A*. It is thought to be powered by a 2.6 × 106solar mass black hole that is accreting the stellar winds from the numerous early-type stars that exist in the central parsec. However, until recent high resolutionChandraobservations, Sgr A*had never been unequivocably detected at wavelengths shorter than the sub-millimeter. We present a spherical accretion model which is consistent with both the flux and steep spectral shape of the X-ray emission from Sgr A*.doi:10.1017/s0074180900220342 fatcat:dvda5rt7sfeffhoau5j5va5jg4