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

Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastronomie, Bonn

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A Boost for European Radio Astronomy

January 05, 2012
27 Partner Organizations with World-class Instruments work together in Observations, Research & Development [more]

The birth of a telescope 30 times larger than Earth

December 08, 2011
First interferometric signals detected between the Effelsberg 100-meter telescope and the space-borne antenna Spektr-R of the RadioAstron project [more]

Millisecond pulsar in spin mode

November 03, 2011
The gamma radiation of a rapidly rotating neutron star casts doubt on the models of the origin of such objects [more]

Nine new gamma pulsars

November 03, 2011
Discoveries in Fermi telescope data thanks to method used in gravitational wave astronomy [more]

An atlas of the Milky Way

August 30, 2011
Sino-German research group draws a new map at the Urumqi radio telescope and discovers two supernova remnants [more]

The diamond planet

August 30, 2011
Radio wave observations show the transformation of a galaxy into a millisecond pulsar and its companion planet [more]

A Distant Stellar Meal

August 24, 2011
Observations from Radio to Gamma rays detail how a Black Hole devoured a Star [more]

Bleach discovered in space

July 08, 2011
Astronomers find key molecule hydrogen peroxide with the APEX Telescope in Chile [more]

Finger on the pulse of the pulsars

May 05, 2011
European LOFAR telescope provides the most sensitive observation to date at low frequency [more]

High flying astronomy with German instrument

April 14, 2011
Infrared Spectrometer on board the SOFIA observatory successfully completes maiden flight [more]

Supergiant star with a thick dust disc

January 26, 2011
New 3D imaging technique drops the veil on the velocity field of an old sun - revealing an invisible companion [more]

Switching on the light in the freezer

December 20, 2010
Astronomers observe a rare molecule within a star-forming cloud [more]

Weighing the Planets - from Mercury to Saturn

August 24, 2010
Pulsar timing observations allow a new way to estimate planet masses [more]
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