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

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


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Archive for February, 2023

 
  • Newsletter February 2023

    DAWN Newsletter February 2023 Previous newsletters DAWN in the media! Congratulations to Bitten Gullberg, Albert Sneppen, and Peter Laursen for their individual presentations on the Danish morning show Go’Morgen Danmark, […]

     
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  • Astrophysicists unveil the unexpected symmetry of cosmic explosions

    Although the magnificent explosion of colliding neutron stars is visible across most of the Universe, the resulting fireball is much too small to study in detail. But now astronomers from the Cosmic Dawn Center has found a way to measure the shape of the explosion. The surprising result provides new insight into fundamental physics relating to the formation of heavy elements and the birth a black holes. The study has just been published in the scientific journal Nature.

     
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  • Astrofysikere afslører kosmisk eksplosions overraskende symmetri

    Selvom den spektakulære eksplosion af kolliderende neutronstjerner er synlig på tværs af det mest af Universet, er den resulterende ildkugle alt for lille til at kunne se nogen detaljer. Men nu har astronomer fra Niels Bohr Institutet fundet en måde at måle eksplosionens struktur på. Det overraskende resultat giver ny indsigt i den fundamentale fysik, som beskriver dannelsen af tunge grundstoffer og fødslen af et sort hul. Studiet er netop blevet offentliggjort i tidsskriftet Nature.

     
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  • Newsletter January 2023

    DAWN Newsletter January 2023 Previous newsletters Congratulations Bitten! Congratulations to Bitten Gullberg who recently was awarded DKK 5.5 million by the Villum Foundation through their Young Investigator Programme, funding her […]

     
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