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The images and spectra are formed by ray-tracing a set of photon paths, usually of the order 500 × 500 grid points in (i, j) with ∼ 20 latitudinal zones in θ and spectral resolution of ν/∆ν ∼ 200. When tracing photons originating at the emitter (see Chapter 6), only a fraction of the trajectories will actually end at the observer. Therefore, to get a comparable angular and energy resolution, a much larger number of rays must be traced, typically around 108 . Fortunately, both methods of ray-tracing, whether from the observer to the source or vice versa, are quite suitable for parallelization.

Density, temperature, velocity and magnetic fields) within a collection of volume elements. For the most part, these variables are defined with respect to an observer’s locally orthonormal reference frame. Such a frame is often referred to as a “tetrad,” and is an important tool for analyzing any physical process in general relativity. 1 Tetrads One of the cornerstones of general relativity is the principle that, on small enough scales, spacetime can be treated as locally flat. In these locally Minkowski reference frames, physics appears (to first order) to follow the laws of special relativity.

Earlier in this Section, we showed a schematic view (see Fig. 2-1) of the rays being traced through a fixed coordinate grid. That method is particularly well suited for thin, optically thick disks, where the photons cannot pass through the disk and will generally intersect each surface of constant θ only once. For more general geometries and optically thin emission regions, it is more reasonable to tabulate the photon’s momentum and position at many points along its trajectory. 3), the points of tabulation conveniently tend to be closer together in regions of higher curvature, which will also generally correspond to regions of higher density and temperature.

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