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During the next few weeks, ECAP will be hosting a series of talks on the physics of gravity in extreme environments. Distinguished speakers will be presenting about the exploration of gravity with future instruments and its relation to multi-messenger observations. The presentations will take place ...

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Gigantic hot gas structures are probably due to shock waves generated by past energetic activity Astronomers have detected a remarkable new feature in the first all-sky survey map produced by the eROSITA X-ray telescope on SRG: a huge circular structure of hot gas below the plane of the Milky Way...

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The shell of the ECAP Laboratoryhas been completed. After around eleven months of construction, the invited guests celebrated the topping-out ceremony together with Bavaria’s State Secretary in the Bavarian State Ministry for Housing, Building and Transport, Klaus Holetschek and Bavaria’...

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The Erlangen Center for Astroparticle Physics (ECAP) , of the University of Erlangen- Nuremberg is seeking individuals for several PhD student positions (0.5 TV-L 13) to work in high-energy astroparticle physics, specifically in gamma-ray astronomy and/or neutrino astronomy and scientifically relate...

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FAU researchers support space mission with software and data analysis Baikonur on June 21, 2:17 pm Central European Summer Time – a proton M rocket will start at the Russian spaceport Baikonur to launch the eROSITA X-ray telescope aboard the SRG satellite. It will also take FAU know-how to spa...

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On 28 March, Prof. Uli Katz has been elected chair of the German Committee for Astroparticle Physics (KAT), for a three-year period until 2022. KAT represents the German astroparticle community towards BMBF and DFG, towards the neighbouring fields of science such as astrophysics and particle physics...

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An international team of 90 researchers, including Dr. Jannik Hofestädt and PD Dr. Thomas Eberl from the Erlangen Centre for Astroparticle Physics, has published a letter of interest to build an ambitious new experiment that would involve firing neutrinos from a particle accelerator in Protvino, Rus...