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Recent DAWN papers

Khalid, A. et al. , Characterizing tidal features around galaxies in cosmological simulations, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

Zheng, Zhiyuan et al. , Quasars with flare/eclipse-like variability identified in ZTF, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

Looser, Tobias J. et al. , A recently quenched galaxy 700 million years after the Big Bang, Nature


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Archive for February, 2021

 
  • Two DAWNers receive prestigious grants

    Congratulations to Charlotte Mason and Georgios Magdis on receiving the VILLUM Young Investigator and Young Investigator Plus grants, respectively. Charlotte, who has just joined DAWN as an associate professor, will […]

     
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  • Highest detail yet observations of distant galaxy

    Image credit: Seiji Fujimoto. Massive matter — such as clusters of galaxies — distort and magnify light from distant galaxies behind them through gravitational lensing. This can make faint galaxies […]

     
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  • Quenching by collision

    Artist’s illustration of a galaxy having its gas “ripped out” by a collision. Image credit: ESO/M. Kornmesser. ALMA captures distant colliding galaxy dying out as it loses the ability to […]

     
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