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May 2021

MMWS2021 — XMM-Newton (Virtual) Workshop 2021: A high-energy view of exoplanets and their environments

May 24 - May 28
Spain Villafranca del Castillo Madrid, + Google Map

This workshop will bring together scientists working on exoplanets and their environments in relation to observables in the high-energy band with XMM-Newton and Chandra. Topics such as exoplanetary atmospheres, stellar high-energy irradiation, exoplanet formation, and interactions between stars and exoplanets…

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MMAP 2021 — Multi sidereis NUNCIIS Multi-messenger astronomy

May 31 - June 4

THE SCHOOLS ARE DIRECTED TO PH.D. STUDENTS AND POST-DOCS IN PHYSICS, ASTRONOMY AND MATHEMATICS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN WIDENING THEIR KNOWLEDGE IN THE FIELDS OF PHYSICAL COSMOLOGY, RELATIVISTIC ASTROPHYSICS, GENERAL RELATIVITY, EXPERIMENTAL GRAVITY AND THE MODERN QUANTUM THEORIES OF GRAVITATION.…

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June 2021

IAUS 363: Neutron Star Astrophysics at the Crossroads: Magnetars and the Multimessenger Revolution

June 13 - June 18

Neutron Star Astrophysics at the Crossroads: Magnetars and the Multi-messenger Revolution Neutron stars are the strongest magnets known in the Universe. With central densities 5-10 times larger than the nuclear density and huge magnetic fields, in the TeraGauss range and…

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Galaxy Cluster Formation II (GCF2021): Mergers, Protoclusters, and Star Formation in Overdense Environments

June 14 - June 18
ESO Garching, Germany + Google Map

The aim of this conference is discuss the beginnings and formation of the largest gravitationally-bound structures in the Universe. Rationale: Proto-clusters, high redshift galaxy clusters, and merging clusters represent the initial stages in the formation of largest gravitationally-bound structures in…

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European Astronomical Society Annual Meeting Virtual Conference

June 28 - July 2

The European Astronomical Society Annual Meeting Virtual Conference will be held from 28 June to 02 July 2021. It will include the following symposia dedicated to high energy Astrophysics: Symposium S3,  28-29 June: Galaxy clusters and AGNs: advances in theoretical…

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September 2021

Young Astronomers on Galactic Nuclei (YAGN) – hybrid event (in-presence & remote)

September 1 - September 3
Niels Bohr Institutet, Auditorium A Niels Bohr Institute University of Copenhagen Blegdamsvej 17, 2100
Copenhagen, Denmark
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Young Astronomers on Galactic Nuclei (YAGN) is an annual series of informal meetings of Ph.D. students and postdocs working on supermassive black holes and active galactic nuclei in general, with the aim of promoting exchanges of ideas and new collaborations…

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