sep 242012
With Artificial Intelligence to the Origins of the Universe

  A team of astronomers, led by Francisco Kitaura from the Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics in Potsdam (Germany), has succeeded to confine the cosmic origins of the distribution of galaxies sharper than ever before. Kitauras method could prove to be a breakthrough for the study of the evolution of the Universe on large scales, and the [continue reading]

jul 102012
Astronomer on Cloud Nine over Universe Discovery

  The mysteries of the evolution of the universe since the Big Bang are one step closer to being solved, thanks to research from The Australian National University. A dwarf galaxy, some 48 million light years away. The orange blobs are hydrogen gas clouds, the faint blue background around them, are young hot stars. The [continue reading]

mrt 272012
e-MERLIN’s deep radio survey of the Hubble Deep Field: first results

A team of astronomers at Jodrell Bank Observatory have begun the deepest ever high-resolution radio imaging of the region around the Hubble Deep Field (HDF), the images originally captured by the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) in the mid 1990s. The HDF led to the discovery of numerous galaxies billions of light years distant and provided [continue reading]