Talk:Radiation astronomy/X-rays/Course

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Black holes as X-ray sources[edit]

Greetings! I am really interested in making this course, because I´ve been studying Astronomy on the last couple of months and I really would like to expand my knowledge especially in areas such as Black Holes and its radiation according to Stephen Hawking discovers. So, I´ll be so gland if you can help me to increase my knowledge about this sort of thing. Quinjica 21:57, 09 February 2016 (UTC+1)

A number of X-ray sources have been proposed as black holes, e.g., w:Cygnus X-1 and an occasional w:X-ray binary. If you search Wikipedia using "Black hole" with "X-ray" you'll find a conventional list of articles about the two.

I also encourage you to create, or add to resources here, about the two. But, please do not copy Wikipedia articles to Wikiversity. They are encyclopedia articles not educational or teaching resources. I haven't as yet created as many lectures as I'd like to have for this course. Suggestions are always welcome! You might try creating a resource as a subpage of your user page, e.g., User:Quinjica/X-ray sources or User:Quinjica/Black holes that are X-ray sources. Enjoy learning by doing! --Marshallsumter (discusscontribs) 23:25, 9 February 2016 (UTC)