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MIT Astrophysics Colloquium 3/15/2022 — Cosmology with Galaxy Clusters (speaker: Anja von der Linden, Stony Brook University)

Abstract: The observed number of galaxy clusters provides a sensitive probe of the structure of the Universe by measuring the evolution of the halo mass function. However, already current cluster…

MIT Astrophysics Colloquium 2/22/2022 at 10:00am ET — Tidal disruption events: Probes of black holes (speaker: Peter Jonker, Radboud University, The Netherlands)

***Please note 10:00am ET starting time*** Abstract: Tidal disruption events (TDEs) are currently discovered in ever increasing numbers by optical transient surveys. Similarly, the eROSITA and planned Einstein Probe X-ray…

Postponed: Astrophysics Colloquium 3/17/2020 — The Dragonfly Telephoto Array and the Low Surface Brightness Universe (speaker: Roberto Abraham, University of Toronto)

2014-06-27-Prof. Roberto Abraham The Dragonfly Telephoto Array and the Low Surface Brightness Universe Abstract: I will describe the thinking behind, and some early results from, the Toronto/Yale/Harvard Dragonfly Telephoto Array…

Suzaku

…astrophysics. More information about Suzaku and the XIS can be found at the ISAS/JAXA Suzaku page (http://www.isas.jaxa.jp/e/enterp/missions/suzaku/index.shtml), the NASA/GSFC Suzaku Guest Observer Facility (http://heasarc.gsfc.nasa.gov/docs/astroe), and the MKI Suzaku/XIS page (http://space.mit.edu/XIS)….

MATs (Monday Afternoon Talks) 2/13/2023 — Speakers: Shreya Anand (Caltech) and Dhayaa Anbajagane (U Chicago)

MATs (Monday Afternoon Talks) 3:00pm Shreya Anand, California Institute of Technology Testing whether Collapsars Synthesize r-process elements Abstract: A rare sub-class of stripped envelope massive-star explosions, dubbed broad-lined Ic…

MIT Astrophysics Colloquium 5/10/2022 — The Beauty and their Beast: Supernovae Remnants Unveiling the Engines of the Compact Objects Zoo (speaker: Samar Safi-Harb, University of Manitoba)

Abstract: Compact objects are among the most inspiring and extreme objects in the Universe, allowing us to probe a range of astrophysical phenomena unattainable on Earth, while offering opportunities…

Postponed: Astrophysics Colloquium 3/10/2020 — How do galaxies form? New insights from the FIRE simulations (speaker: Claude-André Faucher-Giguère)

Abstract: Galaxies are remarkably diverse in their properties, ranging from irregular to disky to elliptical in morphology, and from blue to red in color. At the same time, when analyzed…

MIT Astrophysics Colloquium 4/26/2022 — New results about black hole feedback in galaxy clusters (speaker: Julie Hlavacek-Lorrondo, University of Montreal)

Abstract: Contrary to what their name suggests, black holes are not empty space; they are the most extreme objects in the Universe, so powerful that nothing can escape them,…

NASA’S Great Observatories Weigh Massive Young Galaxy Cluster

…a video about the findings are available at: http://chandra.si.edu For more Chandra images, multimedia and related materials, visit: http://www.nasa.gov/chandra Media contacts: Megan Watzke Chandra X-ray Center, Cambridge, Mass. 617-496-7998 mwatzke@cfa.harvard.edu

MIT Astrophysics Colloquium 4/12/2022 — Winds, net fields, and turbulence in disk accretion (speaker: Philip Armitage, Stony Brook University)

Abstract: Turbulence and magnetized disk winds are agents that can remove angular momentum and facilitate inflow through accretion disks. Initially considered as largely alternate hypotheses for why disks accrete, current…