Nettsider med emneord «extragalactic astronomy»

profilbildet av en ung mann med briller
Publisert 17. sep. 2022 13:05

Benjamin Keller, Department of Physics and Materials Science, University of Memphis.

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Publisert 5. sep. 2022 10:37

Enrico Ramirez-Ruiz, Astronomy & Astrophysics Department, University of California, Santa Cruz

portrettbildet av en ung, smilende mann med briller
Publisert 30. aug. 2022 14:03

Rüdiger Pakmor, Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Germany.

portrettbildet av en smilende ung man med solbriller
Publisert 4. jan. 2022 13:13

Tony Mroczkowski, European Southern Observatory (ESO), München.

portrettbildet av en smilende man med briller ut i natur
Publisert 15. sep. 2021 16:57

Carlos De Breuck, European Space Observatory (ESO), München.

photo portrait of Jessie Harvir Kaur Warraich
Publisert 19. juli 2021 14:47

– The night sky is so much prettier once you start to understand the physics behind the light reaching us from distant objects.

photo of young man standing in front of a Norwegian mountain landscape
Publisert 28. apr. 2021 16:07

"Living in Scandinavia was also a personal dream, since I have always admired the lifestyle and the well-being generally associated to these countries" - Davide Decataldo.

Publisert 12. mars 2021 16:34
woman with helmet
Publisert 14. mai 2020 15:19

"The favourite part of my job is the collection, reduction and analysis of observational data. I particularly enjoy the process of “cleaning” and exploring the data to reveal their hidden information."

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Publisert 9. des. 2019 21:18

Davide Decataldo, Institute of Theoretical Astrophysics, UiO

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Publisert 10. nov. 2019 07:44

Thomas Rodriguez Greve, Department of Physics & Astronomy at UCL and  Cosmic  Dawn Centre in Copenhagen 

Image form Hubble Space Telescope of the Sunburst galaxy, gravitationally lensed.
Publisert 8. nov. 2019 11:00

Håkon Dahle (ITA/UiO) and his international team observed straight into the bright and hot heart of a galaxy 11 billion years old in no less than 12 multiple, gravitationally lensed images. The finding casts light onto a crucial era in our universe’s history: the epoch of reionization.