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Halfway mark for NOEMA

September 20, 2018
Wit a ceremony on Wednesday, the Max Planck Society (MPG) and the Institut de Radioastronomie Millimétrique (IRAM) celebrated the successful completion of the first construction phase of the NOEMA project. The facility is now on its way to become the most powerful radio telescope for millimeter waves in the northern hemisphere. [more]

Awards for MPIA researchers: Otto Hahn Medal for Paul Mollière. EPoS-Poster Award for Asmita Bhandare

June 27, 2018
Paul Mollière has been awarded the renowned Otto Hahn Medal by the Max Planck Society (MPG). The award at the annual meeting of the MPG in Heidelberg honored his comprehensive investigation of the structure of atmospheres of extrasolar planets and the analysis of their spectra. Asmita Bhandare received another award for her poster on star formation at the EPoS conference in Ringberg. [more]
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MPIA scientist awarded renowned Cozzarelli Prize

May 03, 2018
During the weekend, the National Academy of Sciences of the USA presented this year's Cozzarelli Prize in a festive ceremony. Together with their Canadian colleagues Ben Pearce and Ralph Pudritz, Dimitry Semenov and Thomas Henning from the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy (MPIA) were awarded for one of their outstanding publications to explore the origins of life, which appeared in the PNAS Journal in 2017. [more]
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Astronomers map the "chemical DNA" of over 340,000 stars to search for their long-lost siblings

April 18, 2018
The Galactic Archaeology with HERMES (GALAH) consortium today announces its second data release (DR2); the detailed chemical compositions and radial velocities (the motion of the stars relative to Earth) of 340,000 bright stars across the sky. MPIA has played a key role in the challenging data analysis of this unprecedented sample, in collaboration with several Australian universities and the Australian Astronomical Observatory. GALAH DR2 is spearheaded by MPIA PhD student Sven Buder. [more]
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MATISSE sees first light at ESO´s Paranal Observatory in Chile

March 05, 2018
A new remarkable and unique instrument for very high resolution observations – the MATISSE (Multi AperTure mid-Infrared SpectroScopic Experiment) on ESO’s Very Large Telescope Interferometer (VLTI) at the Paranal Observatory has now collected successfully its first data on the night sky to ensure that the new instrument works as expected. This successful story rewards now the twelve years of long and intensive work of dozens of technicians, engineers and scientists in France, Germany, Austria, the Netherlands and at ESO. [more]
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