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Day 5 and last of #ESOz2020 starts with great Cath Trott @CathAstro @ICRAR @ARC_ASTRO3D giving the invited review talk “Measuring the re-ionisation signal”
Cath Trott @CathAstro @ICRAR @ARC_ASTRO3D provides a nice overview of how we study the low-frequency Universe, the instruments & experiment we use, & the kind of signal we should expect #ESOz2020 (look, @pcoffeebreak @cienciabrujula
et al., a reference to Loeb!)
More cool results shown by Cath Trott @CathAstro @ICRAR @ARC_ASTRO3D during her invited talk at #ESOz2020: studying the Lyman-alpha & 21cm Forests using low-frequency radio observations and galaxy stacking at those frequencies. Outlook slide included. Amazing @mwatelescope !
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#ESOz2020 Day 4. Starting at 9am sharp (& me walking around to get the watch movement tick this hour) with Matt Jarvis giving the review talk “Galaxy populations across time and wavelength”
Ah, yes, the webpage combining the thread for #ESOz2020 Day 3 is here:…
In this talk it has been mentioned again LSST (several times during #ESOz2020 mentioned) but please everyone remember that it is now the “Vera Rubin Observatory” @VRubinObs in honour to this great woman astrophysicist… #WomenInScience
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3rd day of #ESOz2020 conference, but I can’t share slides of the first talk as the speaker specifically requested it. Meaning this talk will not be included in my notes.
Meanwhile please enjoy my compilation of tweets for the 2nd Day of the #ESOz2020 conference here…
But I’m still thinking about the request of not tweeting (publicising) your work/research... it has happened to me before (even specifically requested do no write/show anything from their research)... what is the point? Don’t you want to share your work and talk about it?
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Day 2 of #ESOz2020 conference. Simon Driver @ICRAR presents a panchromatic view of the Universe. Spectroscopic surveys have to get multiwavelength data, as galaxy evolution cannot be understood if information from x-ray to radio is not available (new #thread)
Simon Driver @ICRAR emphasises that getting the spectra energy distributions (SEDs) of galaxies is key for getting accurate estimations of galaxy properties (e.g. stellar masses, dust, star-formation rates & histories). Some examples provided #ESOz2020
Simon Driver discusses the problem of the mass in galaxies. Where is it? What is the baryon budget of galaxies? #ESOz2020
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