Rudolph Schild

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Rudolph E. Schild (born January 10, 1940), PhD is an astrophysicist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, who has been active since the mid-60s.[1] He has authored or contributed to over 250 papers, of which 150 are in refereed journals.[2] He is married to mezzo soprano Jane Struss, who teaches voice at Longy School of Music.[1]

Schild is a proponent of "magnetospheric eternally collapsing objects" (MECOs),[3][4] an alternative to black holes.[5] These results are often published in Journal of Cosmology, an astronomy journal edited by Schild himself,[6] while his other research is published in mainstream astronomy journals such as MNRAS and the Astronomical Journal. Dr. Schild's work on MECOs has also been published in the Astronomical Journal.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b http://cfa-www.harvard.edu/~rschild/rps.html
  2. ^ http://adsabs.harvard.edu/cgi-bin/nph-abs_connect?author=schild,r&nr_to_return=all
  3. ^ Rudolph E. Schild et al. Observations Supporting the Existence of an Intrinsic Magnetic Moment inside the Central Compact Object within the Quasar Q0957+561, The Astronomical Journal, 132, 420 (2006)
  4. ^ R.E. Schild, D.J. Leiter (2010). "Black Hole or MECO? Decided By a Thin Luminous Ring Structure Deep Within Quasar Q0957+561". Journal of Cosmology 6: 1400. arXiv:0806.1748. Bibcode:2010JCos....6.1400S. 
  5. ^ I. Sample (30 July 2006). "US team's quasar probe sinks black hole theory". The Age.com. 
  6. ^ http://journalofcosmology.com/About.html