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Past internal seminars

Constraining feedback models with Giant Ly-alpha nebulae at z~3

January 17, 2020
From 10:30 until 12:00

Gabriele Pezzulli ETH Zurich   Galaxy formation models rely on mechanisms to keep the majority of baryons outside of the main body of galaxies. Different scenarios, however, make different...[more]

The future is certain: Supernova Remnants in the multi-messenger era

January 10, 2020
From 10:30 until 12:00

Miroslav Filipovic Western Sydney University   This is an exciting time for the discovery and study of supernova remnants (SNRs), which reflect a major process in the elemental enrichment of the...[more]

Quenching star formation in massive galaxies

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

Allison Man University of Toronto   A fundamental question in galaxy evolution is how galaxies acquire diverse colours and morphologies. The current paradigm suggests that massive galaxies...[more]

Galaxy formation at high redshift - What can we expect from 21cm and UV Luminosity Function?

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

Nicolas Gillet ObAS   The upcoming flood of data from radio 21cm and the launch of JWST (expected soon) will dramatically change our understanding of the early Universe and our understanding of...[more]

Molecular gas and star formation in galaxy interactions

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

Ute Lisenfeld Universidad de Granada   Galaxy interaction can affect strongly the star formation activity and the molecular gas content of galaxies. Frequently, interaction enhances both...[more]

Recents news from supernova remnants in X- and gamma-rays

November 29, 2019
From 10:30 until 12:00

Fabio Acero  CEA   The large amount of energy released in the supernova explosion leads to the creation of a fast shock wave which is an important source of cosmic-rays, kinetic and thermal energy...[more]

Gaia: a giant leap for astrophysics

November 22, 2019
From 10:30 until 12:00

Stefan Jordan  ARI Heidelberg   Since 2014, ESA's Gaia satellite measures the positions  of a huge number of stars of our Milky Way in order to gain a better understanding of the structure and...[more]

The new interstellar era

November 15, 2019
From 10:30 until 12:00

Marc-Antoine Miville-Deschênes CEA   Today we fundamentally do not understand the process of formation of collapsed structures in the Universe. How the injection of energy, mass, and metals from...[more]

Search & Find
Jul 1 2020

Les élu(e)s du conseil de laboratoire de l'Observatoire astronomique de Strasbourg (ObAS) expriment...

May 13 2020

The ObAS seminars have moved online, every Friday morning at 10:30 here The program of the coming...

Oct 9 2020

Le Globe de Coronelli de Strasbourg restauré sera inauguré officiellement (sur invitation) ce...

Sep 19 2020

En raison de la situation sanitaire, il n'y aura pas de visites de la Grande Coupole de...

Jul 28 2020

CDS is hiring a researcher (M/F) on a 24 months contract for the scientific support to the...

Jul 21 2020

If you imagined a galaxy like the milky way, would you think of galaxy-wide magnetic fields?...