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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 July, 2022

 
  • First images from the James Webb Space Telescope

    Tuesday July 12 at 16:30 (CEST) the long-awaited first images will be released from the James Webb Space Telescope. A reception / press conference will be held at the Cosmic Dawn Center, DTU Space.

     
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  • Radio- og mikrobølger afslører galaksers sande natur i det tidlige Univers

    Ved hjælp af radioteleskoper over hele verden har et hold af astronomer fra Cosmic Dawn Center, København, opdaget adskillige galakser i det tidlige Univers, som har været skjult for os på grund af enorme mængder af støv. Observationerne gjorde det muligt for holdet at måle støvets tæthed og temperatur, hvilket viste, at denne type galakser bidrog væsentligt til Universets samlede stjernedannelse, da det kun var 1/10 af sin nuværende alder.

     
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  • Radio- and microwaves reveal the true nature of dark galaxies in the early Universe

    Utilizing multiple radio telescopes across the world, a team of astronomers from the Cosmic Dawn Center, Copenhagen, have discovered several galaxies in the early Universe that, due to massive amounts of dust, were hidden from our sight. The observations allowed the team to measure the temperature and thickness of the dust, demonstrating that this type of galaxies contributed significantly to the total star formation when the Universe was only 1/10 of its current age.

     
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