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Physicists at FAU involved in a European project to create an open science cloud Nowadays, a lot of people use clouds – services which are available entirely online. Photos can be saved and shared with others, music and videos downloaded or documents worked on together. What benefits could a cloud.....

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For more than 100 years astronomy has used photography to explore planets, stars, galaxies and other astronomical objects. At the end of the 1980s, digital receivers almost completely replaced the classic photographic plates. Thanks to their lifetimes of more than 100 years, the latter are above all...

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IceCube is a cubic-kilometre sized neutrino observatory. It detects high-energy neutrinos with 5160 photo-sensors that are installed in the deep ice at the South Pole and record the weak flashes of blue light signalling a neutrino reaction. On September 22, 2017, IceCube issued a public alert to the...

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This year, the ECAP summer fair celebrated its tenth anniversary, in the decades-long tradition of this event dating back to its origins in the Physics Institute. On 11th of July, the research, administrative, and technical groups of ECAP and Physics Institute came together for scientific exchanges,...

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Interstellar Medium in the Nearby Universe, a workshop on interstellar matter, light, and magnetic fields in our Milky Way and nearby galaxies, will be held at the ECAP institute at the Dr. Karl Remeis-Sternwarte in Bamberg, March 26-28, 2018. Additional information at the workshop page http://www.b...

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On Monday, 8th of January, 2018, Prof. Dr. Manami Sasaki, Professor of Multi-wavelength Astronomy at ECAP gave her inaugural lecture on “Shocks and Collisions: The Turbulent Life of Matter in Galaxies”. Manami Sasaki studied physics at the Ruprechts-Karls-Universität Heidelberg. She rece...

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First-light in Berlin-Adlershof: a prototype mid-sized telescope for the future Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA) has observed first air showers in late September in Berlin-Adlershof, already in the first night after installing the newly-developed FlashCam camera into the telescope. This installation ...

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At its annual meeting, held in Marseille 7-8 October 2017, the Board of the Global Neutrino Network (GNN) unanimously elected Prof. Dr. Uli Katz from the ECAP/FAU as its new chair. Uli Katz took over the chairmanship from Dr. Christian Spiering from DESY-Zeuthen, whose mandate as the first chair per...