Résumé du preprint Irfu-13-96

GRS 1915+105 as a Galactic Analog of a Fanaroff-Riley II Quasar
B. Punsly, J. Rodriguez
We study the long term time averaged kinetic luminosity, $\\bar{Q}$, of the major flares of the Galactic microquasar GRS 1915+105 and the relationship to the intrinsic X-ray (bolometric) luminosity, $L_{\\mathrm{bol}}$, and scale it to that of a complete sample of SDSS/FIRST FR II quasars. If the scale invariance hypothesis for black holes (BHs) holds then we show that the expected distribution in the $\\bar{Q}$ - $L_{\\mathrm{bol}}$ scatter plane of GRS 1915+105 is consistent with FR II quasars for distances D = 10.7 - 11 kpc. We compare the specific values of kinetic luminosity and $L_{\\mathrm{bol}}$ during flares of GRS 1915+105 to that predicted by several 3-D MHD simulations of BH accretion flows with relativistic ejections. If FR II quasars are a scaled up version of GRS 1915+105, the data are consistent with numerical models when they contain an ergospheric disk jet and the BH spin is $a/M= 0.99$ or $a/M=0.998$ (we estimate $a/M>0.984$). In the framework of scale invariance of BHs, our results may imply that FR II quasars also hold rapidly rotating BHs.