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  • Første resultater fra ESA’s rumteleskop Euclid

    I dag frigives de første videnskabelige studier fra det Europæiske Rumagentur ESA’s seneste rumteleskop, Euclid. Et af disse studier, ledet af forskere fra Cosmic Dawn Center ved Niels Bohr Institutet og DTU Space, udnytter teleskopets enorme synsfelt og infrarøde detektorer til at lede efter sjældne galakser i det tidlige Univers, som er usynlige i normalt lys. Studiet markerer det første skridt mod et storslået program til at udforske det kosmiske daggry.

     
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  • First results from ESA’s space telescope Euclid

    Today, the first scientific studies using data from ESA’s latest space telescope, Euclid, have been released. One of these studies, led by researchers at the Cosmic Dawn Center at the Niels Bohr Institute and DTU Space, utilizes the telescopes’ enormous field of view and infrared detectors to look for rare galaxies in the early Universe that are invisible in normal light. This work marks a first step toward a grand survey exploring the dawn of the cosmos.

     
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  • Største James Webb-program nogensinde godkendt: ledet af forskere på Cosmic Dawn Center

    For tredje gang siden dets opsendelse har forskere verden over deltaget i den årlige udvælgelsesproces om observationstid på rumteleskopet James Webb. Blandt de succesfulde ansøgninger, som nu er blevet udvalgt af komiteen, er de største program nogensinde udført med James Webb, “COSMOS-3D”, ledet af adjunkt Koki Kakiichi på Cosmic Dawn Center. Programmet har som mål at kortlægge Universet i 3D og herved udforske hvordan galakser har udviklet sig og er fordelt i rummet.

     
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  • Largest James Webb program yet approved: led by researchers at the Cosmic Dawn Center

    For the third time since its launch, researchers all over the world have entered the annual selection process for observing time at the James Webb Space Telescope. Among the successful proposals that have now been selected by the committee is the largest program ever conducted with Webb, “COSMOS-3D”, led by assistant professor Koki Kakiichi at the Cosmic Dawn Center. The program aims to map the early Universe in 3D, exploring how galaxies in this epoch evolved and are distributed in space.

     
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