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Recent DAWN papers

Oates, S. R. et al. , Swift/UVOT discovery of Swift J221951-484240: a UV luminous ambiguous nuclear transient, 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

Glazebrook, Karl et al. , A massive galaxy that formed its stars at z ≈ 11, Nature


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  • En galaksegruppe i det tidlige Univers

    Ved hjælp af Hubble-teleskopet har et internationalt hold af astronomer, ledet af forskere fra Cosmic Dawn Center i København, undersøgt en galakse set næsten 11 milliarder år tilbage i tiden. I modsætning til vanlige observationer blev galaksen dog ikke opdaget ved hjælp af det lys den udsender, men ved det lys den absorberer. Selve galaksen unddrager sig observationer, men har til gengæld mindst én nær nabogalakse. Tilsammen udgør disse galakser en tidlig gruppe, som senere kan udvikle sig til at ligne den Lokale Gruppe, som vi bor i.

     
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  • A galaxy group in the early Universe

    Using the Hubble Space Telescope, an international team of astronomers led by researchers at the Cosmic Dawn Center in Copenhagen, have investigated a galaxy seen almost 11 billion years back in time. Contrary to typical observations, the galaxy was discovered not by the light it emits, but by the light it absorbs. The galaxy itself evades observations, but has at least one nearby companion. Together, these galaxies comprise an early group which may later evolve to resemble the Local Group in which we live.

     
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