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3847/2041-8213/aaa5fb/meta) The paper , titled "Probing Planets in Extragalactic Galaxies Using Quasar Microlensing," appeared in the Astrophysical Journal Letters.
The signal detected by the BICEP2 (Background Imaging of Cosmic Extragalactic Polarazation) telescope is much stronger than expected.
Some of them are certainly extragalactic,'' he said.
To identify the far-flung galaxies and study them in detail, the research team used three of the largest Hubble programs, the 3D-HST survey, the Cosmic Assembly Near-infrared Deep Extragalactic Legacy Survey and the Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey.
We watched Winton grow into a $29 billion AUM firm with more than 100 researchers whose areas of expertise range from operations research to statistics, climatology, actuarial science, extragalactic astrophysics and financial mathematics.
About 80 papers cover instrumentation; interstellar matter and molecular clouds; the galactic plane and star formation; stellar magnetic fields; stars and circumstellar matter; solar systems and exoplanets; and supernovae, extragalactic, and cosmic microwave background polarimetry.
Prof Williams brings with him a wealth of experience and knowledge which includes research in observational extragalactic astronomy and instrumentation development, as well as major leadership positions at the Southern African Large Telescope (SALT) and Rutgers University Department of Physics and Astronomy.
The UK search for extragalactic supernovae continues to be led by Tom Boles who has found a further 10, bringing his cumulative number of discoveries to 142.
Dr Pete Edwards, of the Extragalactic Astronomy and Cosmology Group at Durham University, said: "We work hard to enthuse young people from schools around the region about astronomy and about science in general.
The 118 papers cover the sun, planets, and the interplanetary medium; our galaxy's stars, exoplanets, and the interstellar medium; extragalactic astrophysics and cosmology; dynamical astronomy and relativistic astrophysics; astronomical infrastructure, and history and education in astronomy.
Dr Timothy Garn, 27, a researcher in extragalactic astrophysics at the Royal ObservatoryofEdinburgh,lost his footing in snow and ice and plunged more than 300ft near the summit of Ben Lui, near Tyndrum, on Sunday.
The isotopic ratios measured in extragalactic gas clouds can be compared to Big Bang Nucleosynthesis calculations in order to place limits on the ratio of baryons to photons in the early universe.