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

Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastronomie, Bonn

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Fifty Times sharper than Hubble

October 05, 2007
New Image of the Central Region of the Active Galaxy M87 [more]

First Light for Worlds Largest "Thermometer Camera"

August 10, 2007
LABOCA in Service at APEX [more]

Shedding New Light on the Life Cycle of Stars

February 21, 2007
First astrophysical results with the AMBER-VLT-interferometer [more]

Nuclear explosion on a dead star

July 19, 2006
Astronomers probe the aftermath of a giant outburst of RS Ophiuchi [more]

Sub-millimetre Astronomy in Full Swing on Southern Skies

July 13, 2006
APEX Results to be published in Special Issue of Astronomy & Astrophysics [more]

Cold Gas in the Andromeda Galaxy

June 29, 2006
New radio map shows distribution of star forming regions in great detail [more]

Did "Dark Matter" Create the First Stars?

March 15, 2006
Dark matter could be "sterile" neutrinos, whose decay led to the formation of stars in the early universe [more]

New "Planet" Is Larger than Pluto

February 01, 2006
Bonn astronomers measure size of recently discovered solar system object [more]

CONDOR’s First Look at the Universe

December 22, 2005
First light of a state-of-the-art terahertz receiver at the APEX telescope in Chile [more]

Galactic Surveyors

December 14, 2005
Perseus Spiral Arm of the Milky Way much closer than thought [more]

AMBER Looks Into the Cradle of Planets

November 28, 2005
International team of astronomers uses a new infrared interferometer at the VLT to get surprising views of cosmic disks of dust and gas [more]

Desert Pathfinder at Work: APEX enters regular operation

September 25, 2005
APEX telescope inaugurated at Chajnantor [more]

New Sub-Millimetre Light in the Desert

July 14, 2005
APEX telescope sees First Light at Chajnantor [more]

Ultra-High Energy Cosmic Particles Produce Unusual Radio Flash

May 18, 2005
New radio telescope sees and hears brightest radio blasts on the sky [more]

Galaxies in Motion

March 04, 2005
Radio astronomers measure for first time the galactic dance of a neighboring galaxy [more]
 
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