Dec 21, 2023
NewAthena, a pioneering X-ray observatory, will enable us to make major scientific progress in our understanding of the hot and energetic universe.
Dec 08, 2023
The PEPR Suprafusion, proposed by the CEA and the CNRS, is the winner of the third wave of calls for
Nov 27, 2023
The majority of the 3400 known pulsars are "seen" in radio waves, and are located in the Milky Way. The 340 pulsars seen in gamma-rays all share the common feature of being among the 10-15% most powerful pulsars.
Nov 27, 2023
IRFU successfully qualified the medium-energy line delivered to Soreq in 2020 after just a few hundred hours of beam, and delivered the first cryomodule for the future linear accelerator.
Nov 22, 2023
ExoMagnets aims to develop new theories and high-performance simulations using future exascale computing infrastructures in order to exploit existing and future observations of the magnetism of distant exoplanets.
Nov 15, 2023
An international team, led by astrophysicists from CEA, has observed the passage of exoplanet Wasp-107b in front of its star, with the aim of characterizing its atmosphere.
Nov 15, 2023
The collaboration has finalised a detailed background model offering the lowest index ever obtained, and has also adopted a new technology: NTL light detectors, which are much more effective at rejecting background noise.
Nov 15, 2023
EIC is a future electron-ion collider at Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) that will probe the internal structure of nucleons and nuclei with unprecedented precision.
Nov 08, 2023
ESA has selected THESEUS, a mission dedicated to the transient and multi-messenger Universe, for a feasibility study for its next medium sized mission. IRFU will play a leading role in this, with the responsibility for the IRT telescope.
Nov 07, 2023
This series of five images demonstrates the satellite's exceptional performance for its cosmological mission!
Oct 24, 2023
Study of the second-brightest gamma-ray burst ever observed reveals tellurium, an element rarer than platinum on Earth
Sep 05, 2023
Discovery of the fossil of an acoustic wave from the original plasma of the Universe
Jul 31, 2023
Euclid's two instruments have captured their first test images. These fascinating results indicate that the space telescope will achieve the scientific objectives for which it was designed, and perhaps even more.
Jul 27, 2023
CEA/IRFU has completed the final design of the LB650 cryomodule for the linear accelerator in the PIP-II (Proton Improvement Plan II) project, an essential enhancement to the Fermilab accelerator complex that will supply neutrinos to the DUNE experiment.
Jul 24, 2023
A model based on the concept of quantum measurement provides a new approach to calculate diffraction. The predictions of wave optics and the quantum model are significantly different at large angles.
Jun 12, 2023
To study dark energy, the large Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI) will map over 40 million galaxies. Today, DESI has released its first data and is publishing 15 papers on the scientific study of these data.
Feb 28, 2023
CEA has delivered the flight version of the ECLAIRs onboard software to CNES after 6 years of development.


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