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Why Modify Gravity?

October 18, 2019
From 10:30 until 12:00

Jackson Said University of Malta   The standard model of cosmology has shown remarkable success in explaining cosmological observations in recent decades. This model consists of Einstein's theory...[more]

Galaxy evolution: a gas perspective

October 11, 2019
From 10:30 until 12:00

Jonathan Freundlich Hebrew University   Galaxy history is marked by a peak of star formation ten billion years ago and a subsequent drop of the star formation rate (SFR) by an order of magnitude....[more]

Unveiling the Milky Way stellar halo distribution with multi-wavelength photometry

October 4, 2019
From 10:30 until 12:00

Guillaume Thomas NRC Herzberg Victoria   The stellar halo of our Galaxy is mostly formed by stars that were initially lying in dwarf galaxies and globular clusters, which have been disrupted by...[more]

Gravitational probes of dark matter

September 27, 2019
From 10:30 until 12:00

Justin Read University of Surrey   Dark matter makes up most of the mass of the Universe but remains mysterious. I discuss recent progress in constraining its properties by measuring its...[more]

Assembling the Milky Way

September 20, 2019
From 10:30 until 12:00

Florent Renaud Lund   In the Gaia era, and with more and more complete surveys, the assembly of the Milky Way is being scrutinized with an always increasing accuracy. The kinematic and chemical...[more]

La mission Planck et le modèle cosmologique

September 13, 2019
From 10:30 until 12:00

Jean-Loup Puget IAS/ENS   Les données de la mission Planck ont vérifié plusieurs prédictions génériques du paradigme d'inflation qui donne une base physique aux conditions initiales du modèle...[more]

Magnetar birth as engine of extreme stellar explosions

September 6, 2019
From 10:30 until 12:00

Guilet Jérôme CEA The birth of a neutron star with an extremely strong magnetic field, called a magnetar, has emerged as a promising scenario to power a variety of outstanding explosive events. This...[more]

Maunakea Spectroscopic Explorer - the premier 10m class spectroscopic survey observatory for the next decades

August 30, 2019
From 10:30 until 12:00

Nicolas Martin ObAS The Maunakea Spectroscopic Explorer (MSE, formerly Next Generation CFHT) is an advanced project to profoundly transform the current CFHT into a survey telescope with a...[more]












Search & Find
Apr 25 2018

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

Oct 10 2019

Oliver Müller, postdocorant accueilli au sein de l'équipe GALHECOS depuis novembre 2018, a reçu le...

Oct 5 2019

L'Observatoire astronomique de Strasbourg participe à la Fête de la Science 2019 : 5 et 6...

Sep 21 2019

Le Jardin des Sciences coordonne les Journées européennes du Patrimoine 2019 à l'Université de...

Jul 5 2019

The prize rewards Dominique Aubert and Pierre Ocvirk, from Strasbourg University, and their team,...