Dr. Norbert Junkes
Presse- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit
Phone:+49 228 525-399

Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastronomie, Bonn

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In the heart of the Orion Nebula

April 02, 2009
First high-resolution image of the young high-mass binary star Theta 1 Ori C with ESO's VLT interferometer [more]

German Technology Ready to Trace Young Stars

January 08, 2009
Successful review of the German GREAT receiver for first observations with the US-German SOFIA airborne observatory [more]

Water in the early Universe

December 18, 2008
Detection of H2O at record distance with the Effelsberg 100 m radio telescope [more]

Effelsberg telescope included in a world-wide network

November 21, 2008
Largest European radio telescope inaugurated as member of e-VLBI [more]

Winds of Baby Stars

October 10, 2008
The origin of gas emission in the innermost region around young stellar objects [more]

Rotation of the Milky Way

September 19, 2008
Cepheids enable new precise determination of the rotation of our Galaxy [more]

Zooming in on the Super-massive Black Hole in the Center of the Milky Way

September 03, 2008
The Closest View of the Central Source of our Galaxy [more]

The True Colour of Black Hole Disks

July 23, 2008
A new observing technique reveals the spectral behaviour of accretion disks around black holes in quasars [more]

Earth's laws still apply in distant Universe

June 19, 2008
Strong limit on a fundamental constant from molecule observations at high redshift [more]

Close-up of a dying heavyweight

May 27, 2008
Max Planck astronomers detect a dust torus around a supergiant star [more]

The largest synthesized telescope in Europe doubles its surface

April 09, 2008
Inclusion of the Effelsberg 100m Telescope to the fastest connected radio telescope in the World [more]

New organic molecule in space

March 26, 2008
Scientists detect amino acetonitrile near the centre of our Milky Way [more]

Strengthening the German-Australian Connection in Radio Astronomy

March 05, 2008
Scientific cooperation agreement signed [more]

LOFAR picks up speed

December 11, 2007
First international LOFAR station in Effelsberg starts observations [more]

Transatlantic research connection in astronomy

December 07, 2007
International agreement will advance collaboration between two leading institutions in Radio Astronomy [more]
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