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Mar 5 2020

L'observatoire mobilisé pour la recherche

    L’observatoire astronomique de Strasbourg accueille 83 personnes, dont 56 fonctionnaires titulaires (10 BIATS, 18 ITA, 28 chercheurs et enseignants-chercheurs), 7 techniciens,...[more]

Feb 11 2020

Galaxy formation simulated without dark matter

A study by the University of Bonn simulates a universe in which Newton's laws are only valid to a limited extent For the first time, researchers from the Universities of Bonn and Strasbourg have...[more]

Jan 15 2020

Discovery of a large HI ring around the quiescent galaxy AGC 203001

Bait et al. report the discovery using the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope of an extremely large (diameter approximately 115 kpc) neutral hydrogen (HI) ring, off-centred from a massive quenched...[more]

Dec 6 2019

A dark matter-like effect in globular clusters, Gaia finds out

Globular clusters are dense spheroidal collections of ~a million very old stars that orbit around a host galaxy, and are actually amongst the stellar systems that have been studied for the longest...[more]

Nov 26 2019

Giant Magnetic Ropes in a Galaxy's Halo

This image of the "Whale Galaxy" (NGC 4631), made with the National Science Foundation's Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA), reveals hair-like filaments of the galaxy's magnetic field protruding...[more]

Nov 18 2019

The first billion year of the Universe in a gigantic simulation

An international team, led by P. Ocvirk of the Strasbourg Astronomical Observatory, will use Summit, the world's most powerful supercomputer, to perform a gigantic simulation of galaxy formation...[more]

Oct 3 2019

Simulating the first billion years of the Universe in a few minutes on a desktop computer with artificial intelligence

For the first time, a research team of the Astronomical Observatory of Strasbourg has trained an artificial intelligence to simulate the light of the first galaxies of the Universe. In a paper coming...[more]

Oct 10 2019

Deux prix de thèse pour Oliver Müller !

Oliver Müller, postdoctorant accueilli au sein de l'équipe GALHECOS depuis novembre 2018, a reçu le 10 octobre 2019 le prix KlarText dans le cadre de sa thèse de doctorat à l'université de Bâle pour...[more]

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Apr 25 2018

Astronomers worldwide are eagerly awaiting for April 25 2018. This is the date the European Space...

Mar 5 2020

    L’observatoire astronomique de Strasbourg accueille 83 personnes, dont 56 fonctionnaires...

Feb 11 2020

A study by the University of Bonn simulates a universe in which Newton's laws are only valid to a...

Jan 15 2020

Bait et al. report the discovery using the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope of an extremely large...

Dec 6 2019

Globular clusters are dense spheroidal collections of ~a million very old stars that orbit around a...