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This month’s #WhoIsDrRemeis episode introduces PhD student Dominic Bernreuther, who works on extended Galactic structures in the group of Prof. Manami Sasaki. Using Machine Learning, he is writing a software to find these structures automatically. At the Remeis Observatory, he is part of the S...

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Simon Kreuzer is a PhD candidate in the group of Prof. Ulrich Heber and works, among other things, on so-called hypervelocity stars. What those are and what else he is interested in, you can find out in our new #WhoIsDrRemeis Interview.

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Javier García, who has been a Humboldt Fellow at our observatory since 2017, has been awarded the ‘2021 Early Career Award’ by the American Astronomical Society. His main focus is to understand the X-ray radiation around accreting compact objects, such as black holes and neutron stars. W...

Category: Interviews, News

Philipp Weber is a Master student in the group of Prof. Wilms and he works on eROSITA. He is both a passionate programmer and astrophotographer.

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Binary stars are well known to astrophysicists. One stellar double-act in particular has drawn their attention, as part of the X-ray radiation that binary star systems usually emit is missing, and the x-rays it did emit seemed to have strange properties. A research team led by FAU observed a binary....

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The eROSITA telescope has finished its first sweep across the sky and presents us the deepest image of the X-ray that humanity has ever seen. This map is about 4 times deeper than what has been seen by the ROSAT all-sky survey 30 years ago and contains over 1 million hot objects,...

Category: Interviews, News

Jonas G.-R. is a Master student working on detecting shell-like structures with deep learning algorithms. He is part of Prof. Manami Sasakis Multi-wavelength Astronomy group and went to Australia for a few weeks in 2019 to learn radio data analysis.

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The Laboratory Astrophysics Division (LAD) of the American Astronomical Society (AAS) announced Dr. Natalie Hell, a former PhD student at the Dr. Karl Remeis-Observatory, to receive its 2020 Dissertation Prize. Natalie got this prize because of her thesis “Benchmarking Transition Energies and ...