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The radio/X-ray coupling in Aql X-1

The first parallax distance to a black hole

The speed of a black hole

Shock modelling of Cygnus X-3

Constraints on quiescent black hole jet sizes

Magnetic field alignment in SS 433

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Welcome to James Miller-Jones' homepage!

I am a Jansky Fellow at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO), based at NRAO Charlottesville. Prior to that, I was a postdoctoral researcher at the Astronomical Institute 'Anton Pannekoek' at the Universiteit van Amsterdam, where I worked with Prof. Rob Fender on X-ray binary systems, transients and LOFAR. Among other things, I have worked on some of the most notorious X-ray binary systems, Cygnus X-3, SS 433, and GRS1915+105. I received my doctorate from Oxford University, where I was a member of St. John's College.