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ExoData: a commercially supported space telescope
ID: 693297
Start date: 2015-11-01, End date: 2017-04-30
ExoData will use results from the very successfull ExoMol Advanced Award which created comprehensive spectroscopic line lists to help understand and model the atmospheres of exoplanets. ExoData will help build and fund a satellite aimed at characterising exoplanet atmospheres...
Programme: H2020-EU.1.1.
Record Number: 199106
Last updated on: 2017-07-12
Supernova dust: production and survival rates
ID: 694520
Start date: 2016-06-01, End date: 2021-05-31
The dust content of galaxies is dominated by silicate and carbon grains, whose origin is the subject of much debate - are the dust grains provided mainly by red giant stars, by supernovae from massive stars, or can they grow in the interstellar medium itself from stardust...
Programme: H2020-EU.1.1.
Record Number: 203418
Last updated on: 2016-11-17
Early Star-Forming Galaxies and Cosmic Reionisation
ID: 669253
Start date: 2015-10-01, End date: 2020-09-30
Several hundred million years after the Universe was born the first stellar systems began to shine. Energetic photons from early hot stars, free from enrichment by heavy elements, reionised the hydrogen in deep space. Ambitious observational facilities will directly chart this...
Programme: H2020-EU.1.1.
Record Number: 198684
Last updated on: 2016-09-26
Quantifying the evolution of Earth's atmosphere with novel isotope systems and modelling
ID: 678812
Start date: 2016-06-01, End date: 2021-05-31
Atmospheric oxygen is fundamental to life as we know it, but its concentration has changed dramatically over Earth’s 4.5 billion year history. An amazing qualitative story has emerged, in which Earth’s atmosphere was devoid of free oxygen for the first 2 billion years of...
Programme: H2020-EU.1.1.
Record Number: 199798
Last updated on: 2016-01-20
Lighting up the dark - the evolution of dust throughout cosmic time
ID: 647939
Start date: 2015-09-01, End date: 2020-08-31
After more than two decades of infrared astronomy, we still know very little about the origin and evolution of cosmic dust in galaxies, responsible for obscuring half of all starlight since the Big Bang. This obscured starlight is re-radiated in a region of the electromagnetic...
Programme: H2020-EU.1.1.
Record Number: 194522
Last updated on: 2015-04-09
List retrieved on: 2017-11-19
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