Jun 20, 2024
The Euclid Consortium has awarded the Euclid Consortium STAR 2024 prize, in the Senior Scientist category, to Jean-Charles Cuillandre, a researcher in the Astrophysics Department (DAp) of the IRFU at CEA Paris-Saclay, for his customized pipeline that generated Euclid's magnificent "Early Release Observations" (ERO) public images, seen by billions of people, and kick-started the scientific exploitation of the data.
Nov 30, 2018
Star nurseries interact with their environment
Using NOEMA and the IRAM 30-m telescope, an international team of astronomers from different laboratories, including the Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale (IAS-Université Paris-Sud/CNRS), the Laboratoire d’astrophysique de Marseille (Aix-Marseille Université/CNRS) and the Astrophysics Department of CEA-IRfu, just witnessed how the sites of the most intense star formation in the early Universe communicate with their surroundings through rapid gas exchange.
Aug 07, 2016
Discovery of a giant blob of ionized hydrogen in a galaxy cluster of the distant Universe
An international team led by researchers from the “Service d'Astrophysique / Laboratoire AIM” of CEA-IRFU has discovered a giant nebula of ionized gas in the central region of the distant galaxy cluster CL J1449+0856. Extending over 300,000 light-years, this nebula was detected from an emission line of hydrogen, arising from a gigantic reservoir of warm gas probably ionized by two luminous quasars of the cluster.


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