NASA press release on our resent results on the origin of the Leading Arm
See the new press release on our spectacular results on the nature and
origin of the Leading Arm, a giant gas complex in the Milky Way halo
torn out of the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC):
Hubble Solves Cosmic 'Whodunit' with Interstellar Forensics.
The original paper can be found here:
ApJ 854, 142.
Two new papers on dust properties and diffuse interstellar bands published
Check our new publications on VLT/MUSE observations on Diffuse Interstellar Bands
(DIBs; Wendt, Husser, Kamann, Monreal-Ibero, Richter et al. 2017;
an on dust depletion of Ti and Ca in DLAs (Guber & Richter 2018;
Martin Sparre and Gabor Worseck joined our group
Two experienced postdoctoral researchers, both coming from Heidelberg,
have joined our group.
Martin Sparre is an expert on comoslogical simulations using Illustris.
He works on joint postoctoral position with the AIP/Christoph Pfrommer.
Gabor Worseck is a senior researcher and expert on He reionzation and
the intergalactic medium. He works as research associate in our group,
jointly funded by DLR and the UP. We are very happy to strengthen our
research team with two such excellent researchers!
"Roaming Baryons" Conference held in Sexten
The conference on "There Whereabouts of the Roaming Baryons" took
place in mid-July at the Sexten Center for Astrophysics, Italy.
Many good talks and fruitful discussions!
HVC survey paper being accepted for publication in A&A
Our HST/COS legacy survey on the Milky Way's circumgalactic medium
and gas in the Local Group finally has been acccepted for publication
in A&A. A four-year (!) effort finally has come to a successful end!
See publication page to download the most recent preprint of the paper.