Nino Panagia
 

Astronomer Emeritus
Office P618
Space Telescope Science Institute
3700 San Martin Drive
Baltimore, MD 21218

Phone: 410-338-4916
FAX: 410 338-5088
panagia@stsci.edu

Nino Panagia - NP in office

 
  My main scientific interests include supernovae and supernova remnants, diffuse matter in galaxies (HII regions, molecular clouds and star-forming regions, planetary nebulae, and interstellar dust), stellar winds from early type stars, stellar populations (mostly in the LMC, SMC and M51), and cosmology (expansion and acceleration of the universe, primordial stellar populations, and reionization of the universe).  


 
  Biography

Curriculum Vitae (PDF file)  +   (Concise Version [text])

List of Publications (from ADS)

List of Publications (PDF file)

Recent Preprints (from astro-ph)

My 10 top cited papers today are to be found on this page






 
  Some of my current projects

GRAPES:The Grism-ACS Program for Extragalactic Science

PEARS: Probing Evolution and Reionization Spectroscopically

HUDF: The Hubble Ultra-Deep Field  +  "Searching for galaxies at z>6.5 in the Hubble 
Ultra-Deep Field"

SAGE: Surveying the Agents of a Galaxy's Evolution

The HST Survey of the Orion Nebula Cluster

Supernova Cosmology Project

Radio Supernovae

SAINTS: SN 1987A Intensive Survey (see also SINS

Supernova Rates and Progenitors 

Young Stellar Populations in the Local Group 

Stellar Winds


 


 
  Education and Public Outreach

SOS: Space Observatory in School - Discovering with the HST

ESA/ESO Exercise Series

HST Press Releases

Recent talks given at STScI

Urania interviews (in Italian): HST (13 April  2001), JWST (29 June 2001)
 






 

PICTURES 

At work

In the community

Relaxing

Family and friends






 
  GAstronomy & GAstrophysics

My recipes:     A selection
                      A selection (with illustrations}
 
 
 
 

 


 

last revised: October 21, 2011