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A Novel Method to Weigh the Milky Way with Its “Missing” Baryons
The Milky Way ( MW ) , the Galaxy that we reside in , contains many mysteries .Astronomical observations have provided strong evidence that the Galaxy is dominated by dark matter , while the normal matter , the baryons , only accounts for a small fraction of about 6% of the total gravitating matt...
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Prof. Tao An and collaborators are in the finalists for the 2020 "Gordon Bell Prize"
W020201118639707119429.png [ November 16 , " Processing full - scale Square Kilometre Array workflow on the Summit supercomputer " , with the participation of Professor Tao An and Mr . Baoqiang Lao of the Shanghai Astronomical Observatory ( SHAO ) .DALiuGE is able to manage up to tens of millions of tasks simultaneously , ...
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Scientific Progress
A Novel Method to Weigh the Milky Way with Its “Missing” Baryons [2020.12.17]
Evidence for Past Supermassive Black Hole Jets in the Milky Way Galaxy Revealed b... [2020.05.06]
Succeed or Fail? Fate of the Jet after GW170817 is Discovered [2019.03.12]
CALL FOR PROPOSALS TIANMA RADIO TELESCOPE [2019.01.15]
Seminars
A Turbulent Convective Model on Circumpolar Vortices of Jupiter(木星极地涡旋的湍... [2021.01.06]
Characteristic mass in galaxy quenching: environmental versus internal effects [2020.07.09]
VLBI astrometry of long period variables using VERA [2019.11.26]
Hydrodynamical galaxy formation simulations: Current results and future prospects [2019.10.31]
Colloquia
地球2.0凌星巡天空间卫星科学研讨会
The 2nd notice of “2020 CPGPS Forum”
The importance of telescopes of all sizes, from small to extremely large:
International Workshop on GNSS Ionosphere (IWGI2018), Nov 4-6, 2018, Shanghai
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