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2020-01-23, 14:00: Dr. C. Nixon (NASA)

Dr. Conor Nixon NASA, USA Titan: the moon with an atmosphere Abstract : Titan is the largest moon of Saturn, and second largest moon in the solar system after Jupiter’s Ganymede. Titan however is unique, being the only… Read More

2020-01-22, 16:00: Dr. P. Klaassen (Royal Observatory Edinburgh)

Dr. Pamela Klaassen Royal Observatory Edinburgh, UK Carina’s Pillars of Destruction, the view from ALMA and Beyond Abstract : Massive stars cause strong feedback onto their natal environment, and shape its future ability to make further stars. They… Read More

2020-01-29, 15:30: Dr. D. Weigt (University of Southampton)

Mr. Dale Weigt University of Southampton, UK Remote X-ray telescopic observations of Jupiter in concert with Juno data Abstract : Juno’s arrival at Jupiter back in 2016 has a provided a unique opportunity to study the jovian X-rays… Read More

2020-01-29, 15:00: Mr. J. Waters (University of Southampton)

Mr. James Waters University of Southampton, UK Multi-decadal observations of auroral kilometric radiation with the Wind spacecraft and its variability during substorms Abstract : Auroral Kilometric Radiation (AKR) is circularly-polarised radio emission that originates from particle acceleration regions… Read More

2020-01-30, 11:00: Dr. J. Forbrich (University of Hertfordshire)

Dr. J. Forbrich University of Hertfordshire, UK The Orion Radio All-Stars: new insights into YSO radio emission, using the VLA, VLBA, and ALMA Abstract : With significant new observing capabilities, centimeter-wavelength radio astronomy is currently in a renaissance… Read More

2020-01-15, 15:00: Prof. M. Filipovic (Western Sydney University)

Prof. Miroslav Filipovic Western Sydney University, Australia The future certain: Supernova Remnants in the multi-messenger era Abstract : This is an exciting time for the discovery of high energy objects such as for example supernova remnants (SNRs). Especially… Read More

2019-12-11, 11:00: Dr. C. V. D’Angelo (Trinity College Dublin)

Dr. Carolina Villarreal D’Angelo Trinity College Dublin, Ireland The use of Lyman alpha observations to constrain stellar and planetary winds properties Abstract : The amount of high energy irradiation that gaseous planets orbiting very close to their star… Read More

2019-11-26, 12:00: Dr. D. Morosan (University of Helsinki, Finland)

Dr. Diana Morosan University of Helsinki, Finlad The nature and origin of radio emission and accelerated particles during solar eruptions Abstract : Flares and coronal mass ejections (CMEs) from the Sun are the most powerful and spectacular explosions… Read More

2019-11-27, 15:00: Dr. A. Hornsby (Cardiff University, UK)

Dr. Amber Hornsby Cardiff University, UK Kinetic inductance detectors and their future in sub-mm astronomy Abstract : Kinetic inductance detectors (KIDs) are superconducting resonators whose resonant frequency and quality factor are modified with absorbed power. KIDs are relatively… Read More

2019-11-01, 12:00: Prof. C. Conselice (University of Nottingham, UK)

Dr. D. Hollenbach University of Nottingham, UK Galaxy Formation and Evolution over 13 Billion Years Abstract: I will discuss new results based on observations and theory which investigate the processes by which galaxies are assembling from the early… Read More