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27 Jan 2021
Colloquia 2021 CoolSci at JHU/STScI
Featuring Aleksandra Hamanowicz (STScI) on A 3D View on the Cosmic Baryon Cycle and Rick White (STScI) on The Hubble Image Similarity Project.
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2 Feb 2021
Lectures The Milky Way vs. Andromeda: When Galaxies Collide
Speaker: Laura Prichard (Space Telescope Science Institute)
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3 Feb 2021
Colloquia 2021 CoolSci at JHU/STScI
Featuring Andres del Pino Molina on The Sagittarius Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy in 6D with Gaia and Machine Learning and Isabel Rebollido on Exocomets: Gas around Main-sequence Stars.
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9 Feb 2021
Colloquia How to Lose a Legacy: Software Citation in Astronomy
Software has been a crucial contributor to scientific progress in astronomy for decades, but practices that enable machine-actionable citations have not been consistently applied to software itself. Instead,...
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10 Feb 2021
Colloquia What's the Universe Made of? A Strong Gravitational Lensing Perspective
The standard LCDM model gives a successful description of many astrophysical observations. However, many fundamental questions remained unanswered. I will focus on two of them and show how strong gravitational...
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17 Feb 2021
Colloquia Active Asteroids, Main-Belt Comets and HST
The asteroids and the comets were formerly viewed as distinct products of accretion from, respectively, inside and outside the snow-line. Now we see more clearly that they represent two ends of a continuum,...
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24 Feb 2021
Colloquia The Search for Exomoons
With thousands of known exoplanets, many as small as the Earth, our detection capabilities are beginning to border on that necessary to detect the largest moons found in our solar system. Exomoons would...
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2 Mar 2021
Lectures The Hubble Space Telescope: From Cosmological Conflict to Alien Atmospheres
Speaker: Tom Brown (Space Telescope Science Institute)
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3 Mar 2021
Colloquia ASTRO 3D and Galaxy Evolution
The ARC Centre of Excellence for All Sky Astrophysics in 3 Dimensions (ASTRO 3D) is a $40M Centre of Excellence, which is producing a comprehensive picture of the build up of mass, angular momentum, and...
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10 Mar 2021
Colloquia Black Hole Physics at the Horizon Scale
Recent observational advances with the Event Horizon Telescope, GRAVITY, and LIGO/VIRGO have opened up new avenues for studying black hole physics at horizon scales. In this talk, I will discuss what...
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17 Mar 2021
Colloquia Cosmic Concordance or Tension: Cosmology from the Kilo-Degree Survey
The Planck space mission has released exquisite observations of the early universe, providing the strongest evidence yet that the universe we live in is very dark indeed. Its precise results show that...
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24 Mar 2021
Colloquia New Eyes on the X-ray Sky: First Results from eROSITA on SRG
eROSITA (extended ROentgen Survey with an Imaging Telescope Array) is the core instrument on the Russian-German Spektrum-Roentgen-Gamma (SRG) mission, successfully launched in July 2019, and undertaking...
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31 Mar 2021
Colloquia From Ground to Space: Bringing to Light ASAS-SN Transients with Swift, TESS, NICER, HST, and Chandra
Speaker: Ben Shappee (University of Hawaii, Institute for Astronomy)
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6 Apr 2021
Lectures Spacefarers: How Humans Will Settle the Moon, Mars, and Beyond
Speaker: Christopher Wanjek
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7 Apr 2021
Colloquia The Magnetic Interstellar Medium and the CMB Beyond
Speaker: Susan Clark (Princeton Institute of Advanced Study)
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