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Wide range of research programmes linked to experimental and instrumental programmes at the cutting edge of astronomical technology

The wide range of research programmes carried out by the group are centred on four major areas each linked to experimental and instrumental programmes which are at the cutting edge of astronomical technology.

These activities are supported by theoretical studies, particularly in the area of fundamental physics applications in Relativity and Cosmology, as well as modelling and simulation of astronomical phenomena.

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  • ALMA suggests outflows in z ~ 5.5 galaxies 

    Gallerani, S; Pallottini, Andrea; Feruglio, C; Ferrara, A; Maiolino, Roberto; Vallini, L; Riechers, DA et al. (Oxford University Press, 2018-01-01)
    We present the first attempt to detect outflows from galaxies approaching the Epoch of Reionization (EoR) using a sample of 9 star-forming ($\rm SFR=31\pm 20~M_{\odot}~yr^{-1}$) $z\sim 5.5$ galaxies for which the [CII]158$\mu$m ...
  • AMI-CL J0300+2613: A Galactic anomalous-microwave-emission ring masquerading as a galaxy cluster 

    Perrott, Yvette Chanel; Cantwell, TM; Carey, SH; Elwood, PJ; Feroz, F; Grainge, KJB; Green, David Alan et al. (OUP, 2018-01-01)
    The Arcminute Microkelvin Imager (AMI) carried out a blind survey for galaxy clusters via their Sunyaev–Zel’dovich e ect decrements between 2008 and 2011. The first detection, known as AMI-CL J0300+2613, has been reobserved ...
  • Astrometric Search Method for Individually Resolvable Gravitational Wave Sources with Gaia. 

    Moore, Christopher J; Mihaylov, Deyan P; Lasenby, Anthony Norden; Gilmore, Gerard Francis (2017-12-29)
    Gravitational waves (GWs) cause the apparent position of distant stars to oscillate with a characteristic pattern on the sky. Astrometric measurements (e.g., those made by Gaia) provide a new way to search for GWs. The ...
  • SKA Aperture Array Verification System: Electromagnetic modeling and beam pattern measurements using a micro UAV 

    De Lera Acedo, Eloy; Bolli, P; Paonessa, F; Virone, G; Colin-Beltran, E; Razavi-Ghods, Nima; Aicardi, I et al.
    In this paper we present the electromagnetic modeling and beam pattern measurements of a 16-elements ultra wideband sparse random test array for the low frequency instrument of the Square Kilometer Array telescope. We ...

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