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

Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastronomie, Bonn

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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]

Adding New Colours to Interferometry

April 05, 2004
AMBER joins the VLT Interferometer [more]

Traces of a gigantic explosion hit Earth

March 19, 2004
High energy radiation from the inner region of our Milky Way testifies to a Gamma Ray Burst a long time ago [more]

Such Stuff As Stars Are Made On

July 23, 2003
Astronomers discover a giant reservoir of gas and dust in the most distant quasar known. [more]

Water Emission around a Radio Galaxy's Central Black Hole Engine

July 16, 2003
Observations of the immediate vicinity of a massive Black Hole using the Effelsberg 100m telescope [more]

Cosmic Magnifying Glass reveals Star Formation at the Edge of the Universe

April 04, 2003
Observations of star formation in Quasars through successful collaboration of astronomers [more]

A Very Sharp View on Far-Distant Quasars

September 20, 2002
The combination of radio telescopes on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean results in a giant virtual radio telescope [more]

ND3 - The first molecule with three deuterium atoms discovered in space

June 06, 2002
Detection of a new molecule in space [more]

A Double Helix in Outer Space

October 06, 2001
Scientists at Max Planck Institute for Radioastronomie discover a double helical structure inside an extragalactic jet [more]

First image of a black hole's "shadow" may be possible soon

January 17, 2000
Slight advances could make event horizon of Milky Way's central black hole "visible" [more]
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