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Small to Large Scales in the Universe: Meet the Researchers

Σε ενδιαφέρει η Αστρονομία;

Σε ενδιαφέρουν τα αστέρια, οι γαλαξίες, τα supernova και οι μαυρες τρύπες;!

Τότε μην χάσεις αυτό το event!

Η ομάδα “Columba Hypatia: Astronomy for Peace” θα μιλήσει με απλό και κατανόητό τρόπο για τις τελευταίες εξελίξεις στον τομέα της Αστροφυσικής και του διαστήματος! 

Αυτή την Παρασκευή, 24/11,  18.30-21.00 στο Αστεροσκοπείο (Asteroskopeion, Grammoy 21 1010, Λευκωσία) ελάτε για να ταξιδέψουμε μαζί στο μαγευτικό Σύμπαν! 

Περισσότερες πληροφορίες εδώ: https://www.facebook.com/events/443056079425193/

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Save the date for this unique Astronomy event! 

Featuring state-of-the-art Astrophysics research, this seminar will cover topics ranging from the small through to the large scales in the Universe, a first of its kind for the general public in Cyprus!

The Astrophysicists involved in the Columba Hypatia: Astronomy for Peace project will showcase their own individual research and explain their latest cutting-edge results. 

We are lucky to have three speakers from institutes abroad with us, as well as speakers from the only Astrophysics research group in Cyprus.

Come along to learn about the most recent discoveries in Astrophysics and take this special opporunity to ask a panel of professional Astrophysicists any questions you may have about the Cosmos!

Programme of Talks (15minute each), with time at the end for questions:
The Discovery of Planets Hidden in the Night Sky
Fabio Del Sordo, University of Crete

Dwarf Novae: A class of Cataclysmic Variables
Yenal Ogmen, Green Island Observatory

Superluminous Supernovae
Andreas Papdopoulos, Astrophysics and High Performance group, European University Cyprus

Baking Galaxies in a Computer
Francesca Fragkoudi, Paris Observatory

Dissecting Galaxies and the Role of Supermassive Black Holes in their Evolution
Natalie Christopher, Astrophysics and High Performance group, European University Cyprus

Observing the Invisible
Marja Seidel, Carnegie Observatories

Weak Lensing
Constantinos Demetroullas

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