Dark Matter Goes Missing in Oddball Galaxy

    Galaxy was expected to contain 400 times more dark matter than observations show. Grand, majestic spiral galaxies like our Milky Way are hard to miss. Astronomers can spot these vast complexes because of their large, glowing centers and their signature winding arms of gas and dust, where thousands of glowing stars reside. But some galaxies aren’t so distinctive. […]

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Workshop “Rencontres de physique de l’infiniment grand à l’infiniment petit” (French)

The 8th edition of “Physics Meetings, from the Infinitely Large to the Very Small” – Chien-Shiung Wu Promotion – will take place from July 16 to 27, with a day at the APC on Thursday, July 26th. http://indico.in2p3.fr//event/rencontres-physique-infinis Its objective is to transmit to students of physics at level L3 or equivalent, our knowledge and our experience around research topics […]

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Summer school/workshop “Microsatellites in planetary and atmospheric research”

Tartu, Estonia, 6 – 11 August 2018   The use of micro- and nanosatellites in space missions have been one of the hot topics in space research and space technology during the last years. As opposed to traditional spacecraft missions which can take decades to prepare and may cost up to billions of Euros, microsatellites (<100 kg) and nanosatellites (<10 […]

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PhD defense of Lucile Fayon: “Seismologic space instrumentation: transfer function of the 6 axes InSight seismometer and development of a picometric interferometric displacement sensor “

Lucile Fayon is pleased to invite you to her PhD defense which will take place the 17th of April 2018 at 2:00 pm in the amphitheatre P.G. de Gennes in the Condorcet building of Paris Diderot University. She will present  the work she has done for the last 3,5 years in IPGP and APC, under the supervisions of Philippe Lognonné […]

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Project Research Fellow in Gravitational Wave Astronomy – National Astronomical Observatory of Japan

The Gravitational-wave Project Office at the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ) invites applications for Project Research Fellow (postdoctoral position) in gravitational-wave astronomy. NAOJ has been a host institute of the TAMA300 detector, and is one of the main co-host institutes of KAGRA a large-scale cryogenic gravitational-wave detector currently being built in Japan. The Gravitational-Wave Project Office, which is located […]

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