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New results about black hole feedback in galaxy clusters

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Clusters of galaxies serve as excellent laboratories for exploring the physics of black hole feedback, illustrating how AGN -driven jets can deliver substantial energy to their surroundings via shock fronts, sound waves, and turbulence. These jets can also drive powerful molecular outflows and expel metals from galaxies. In this talk, I will review the current state of the field, focusing on how these powerful AGN -driven jets influence the properties of galaxy clusters over cosmic time. Additionally, I will present new observations of the giant multiphase nebula within the Perseus galaxy cluster and share insights into the pivotal role machine learning can—and will—play in advancing our understanding of galaxy clusters.

This talk is part of the Institute of Astronomy Colloquia series.

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