Rudy Wijnands mostly deals with Astrophysics, Astronomy, Neutron star, Black hole and Pulsar. His work focuses on many connections between Astrophysics and other disciplines, such as Spectral line, that overlap with his field of interest in Horizontal branch. His Neutron star study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Millisecond and Spin-½.
His work investigates the relationship between Black hole and topics such as Galaxy that intersect with problems in Cataclysmic variable star. As part of the same scientific family, Rudy Wijnands usually focuses on Pulsar, concentrating on Gravitational wave and intersecting with Telescope, LOFAR and Interstellar medium. The study incorporates disciplines such as Spectral component, Radius and Quasi periodic in addition to Accretion.
His primary areas of investigation include Astrophysics, Neutron star, Astronomy, Pulsar and Swift. His research in Accretion, Luminosity, Black hole, X-ray binary and Accretion are components of Astrophysics. Many of his studies on Accretion apply to Emission spectrum as well.
His work carried out in the field of Neutron star brings together such families of science as Globular cluster, Low Mass, Galactic Center and Bulge. His study in Stars, Spectral line, Telescope, Light curve and Stellar black hole is carried out as part of his studies in Astronomy. Rudy Wijnands combines topics linked to Millisecond with his work on Pulsar.
Astrophysics, Neutron star, Swift, Accretion and Pulsar are his primary areas of study. His Astrophysics research focuses on Black hole, Luminosity, X-ray binary, Accretion and Globular cluster. His study in Black hole is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Galaxy, Flare, Light curve and Eddington luminosity.
His Neutron star study deals with the bigger picture of Astronomy. His research integrates issues of Galactic Center, Cataclysmic variable star and Bulge in his study of Swift. His Accretion study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Telescope, Accretion disc, Radius, Spectral line and Jet.
Rudy Wijnands mainly focuses on Astrophysics, Neutron star, Accretion, Pulsar and Astronomy. His Astrophysics and Accretion, X-ray binary, Black hole, Telescope and Globular cluster investigations all form part of his Astrophysics research activities. The various areas that Rudy Wijnands examines in his Neutron star study include Luminosity and Low Mass.
His study in Accretion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Spectral line, Radius and X-ray transient. His Pulsar research integrates issues from Millisecond, Jansky and Jet. Millisecond pulsar and Stars are the subjects of his Astronomy studies.
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Correlated X-Ray Spectral and Timing Behavior of the Black Hole Candidate XTE J1550–564: A New Interpretation of Black Hole States
Jeroen Homan;Rudy Wijnands;Rudy Wijnands;Michiel van der Klis;Tomaso Belloni;Tomaso Belloni.
Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series (2001)
Nuclear-powered millisecond pulsars and the maximum spin frequency of neutron stars
Deepto Chakrabarty;Deepto Chakrabarty;Edward H. Morgan;Michael P. Muno;Duncan K. Galloway.
The broadband power spectra of x-ray binaries
Rudy Wijnands;Michiel van der Klis.
The Astrophysical Journal (1999)
The broad-band power spectra of X-ray binaries
Rudy Wijnands;Michiel van der Klis.
arXiv: Astrophysics (1998)
Large-scale, decelerating, relativistic x-ray jets from the microquasar XTE J1550-564.
S. Corbel;R.P. Fender;A.K. Tzioumis;J.A. Tomsick.
Evidence for Spin and Energy Extraction in a Galactic Black Hole Candidate: The XMM-Newton/EPIC-pn Spectrum of XTE J1650-500
J. M. Miller;A. C. Fabian;R. Wijnands;C. S. Reynolds.
arXiv: Astrophysics (2002)
The magnetic nature of disk accretion onto black holes
Jon M. Miller;John Raymond;Andy Fabian;Danny Steeghs.
Evidence of Spin and Energy Extraction in a Galactic Black Hole Candidate: The XMM-Newton/EPIC-pn Spectrum of XTE J1650-500
J.M. Miller;A.C. Fabian;R.A.D. Wijnands;C.S. Reynolds.
The Astrophysical Journal (2002)
KILOHERTZ QUASI-PERIODIC OSCILLATION PEAK SEPARATION IS NOT CONSTANT IN SCORPIUS X-1
Michiel van der Klis;Rudy A. D. Wijnands;Keith Horne;Wan Chen.
The Astrophysical Journal (1997)
Chandra/High energy transmission grating spectrometer spectroscopy of the galactic black hole GX 339-4: a relativistic iron emission line and evidence for a Seyfert-like warm absorber
J.M. Miller;J. Raymond;A.C. Fabian;J. Homan.
The Astrophysical Journal (2004)
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