The 2022 component separation course will be held in Oslo and online from 22 August - 2 September
Three new papers has been accepted for publication from RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics. Postdoctoral Fellow Avijeet Prasad, Postdoctoral Fellow Nancy Narang and guest researcher Jayant Joshi present their latest findings.
Three teams of scientists from Norway, Czech Republic and Iceland join expertises in the attempt to shed light onto the nature of the most abundant ingredient in the Universe: dark matter.
The second Cosmoglobe workshop will be held digitally from May 2–6.
The image taken by the spacecraft Solar Orbiter 15th of February is the largest solar prominence eruption ever observed in a single image together with the full solar disc. It extended millions of kilometres into space.
Three publications have been accepted for publication from RoCS autumn 2021 - early winter 2022 . Doctoral Research Fellow Helle Bakke, masterstudent Bruce Chappell and guest researcher Vasco Manuel de Jorge Henriques present their latest findings.
Finally it's settled! NASA and RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics will work on a new solar project to better understand the Earth-Sun environment.
Blog post written by Daniel Herman
Properly characterizing Galactic emission is vital to the future of Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) science. Though synchrotron and thermal dust emission usually take front stage in polarization, anomalous microwave emission (AME) certainly cannot be discounted as a potential contaminant. Such an assumption could complicate future and current CMB studies. A preprint of this work can be found here.
- We have found the largest resonant oscillations detected in an intense sunspot, says Dr. Shahin Jafarzadeh, guest researcher at RoCS and part of the WaLSA international team behind the research. The results were published 25th of January in Nature Communications.