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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]

Results of the Insight-HXMT X-ray Satellite and the future eXTP mission

July 19, 2019
From 10:30 until 12:00

Prof. Zhang ShuangnanInstitute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Science (Beijing) Insight-HXMT is China's first X-ray astronomy satellite and was successfully launched on June 15th, 2017....[more]

Tidal stellar streams as probes of Gravity and Dark Matter

July 5, 2019
From 10:30 until 12:00

Khyati Malhan Stockholm University “Tidal stellar streams” have recently sparked burgeoning interest among the community. These structures, that are formed by the tidal disruption of globular...[more]

On the feasibility of interstellar travels with slower-than-light, multi-generational worldships

June 28, 2019
From 10:30 until 12:00

Frédéric Marin Observatoire astronomique de Strasbourg   Worldships are hypothetical, large, self-contained spacecrafts for crewed interstellar travel, taking centuries to reach other worlds. Due...[more]

[Translate to English:] High-mass X-ray binaries in nearby galaxies

June 21, 2019
From 10:30 until 12:00

[Translate to English:] Jun Yan University of Utah The overall objective of my research is to improve understanding of the properties and structures of high-mass X-ray binary (XRB) pulsars, by...[more]

Testing weak-field gravity with wide binary stars

June 14, 2019
From 10:30 until 12:00

Indranil Banik University of Bonn   Binary stars separated by >3 kAU have orbital accelerations smaller than those typically experienced by stars in the outskirts of galaxies, whose galactocentric...[more]

The Partially Screened Gap (PSG) in pulsar magnetosphere: Theory and Observations

June 7, 2019
From 10:30 until 12:00

George I. Melikidze University of Zielona GoraRotation Powered Pulsars have an active magnetosphere where pair plasma can accelerate in localized regions of high electric fields, the so called gap...[more]

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May 13 2020

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Oct 9 2020

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Sep 19 2020

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Jul 28 2020

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Jul 21 2020

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