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 most 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.[2]

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  1. ^ a b http://cfa-www.harvard.edu/~rschild/rps.html
  2. ^ a b http://adsabs.harvard.edu/cgi-bin/nph-abs_connect?author=schild,r&nr_to_return=all
  3. ^ R.E. Schild; D.J. Leiter; S.L. Robertson (2006). "Observations Supporting the Existence of an Intrinsic Magnetic Moment inside the Central Compact Object within the Quasar Q0957+56". The Astronomical Journal 132: 420. arXiv:astro-ph/0505518. doi:10.1086/504898. 
  4. ^ R.E. Schild; D.J. Leiter (2010). "Black Hole or MECO? Decided By a Thin Luminous Ring Structure Deep Within Quasar Q0957+561" (PDF). 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