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Concurrent COMMAND - Version 6

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Location of the galaxy A1689-zD1 behind the galaxy cluster Abell 1689

Mar 02, 2015 16:00 GMT Chalmers University of Technology This spectacular view from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope shows the rich galaxy cluster Abell 1689. The huge concentration of mass bends light coming from more distant objects and can increase their total apparent brightness and make them visible. One such object, A1689-zD1, is located in the box – although it is still so faint that it is barely seen in this picture.

Infrared/visible-light view of the galaxy A1689-zD1 behind the galaxy cluster Abell 1689

Mar 02, 2015 16:00 GMT Chalmers University of Technology This view includes infrared light images from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope as well as visible light views. It shows a close up look at part of the rich galaxy cluster Abell 1689. The galaxy A1689-zD1 appears on this picture as the elongated reddish object in the box.

The Alma Observatory under a beautiful starry sky

Mar 02, 2015 16:00 GMT Chalmers University of Technology In the starry sky above Alma's antennas we see the Large Magellanic Cloud, neighbour to the Milky Way and about the same size as the distant and old-looking galaxy A1689-zD1 that Alma has now observed.

Christoffer Petersson

Feb 26, 2015 08:00 GMT Chalmers University of Technology

Illustration of the Large Hadron Collider

Feb 26, 2015 08:00 GMT Chalmers University of Technology Illustration of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at the CERN laboratory.

A Higgs particle in an LHC detector

Feb 26, 2015 08:00 GMT Chalmers University of Technology A Higgs particle has been created in an LHC detector and has then disintegrated into four muons (the four red lines). According to Christoffer Petersson’s model the Higgs particle can also disintegrate into a photon and particles of dark matter.

Karin Markides, President and CEO of Chalmers University of Technology

Feb 22, 2015 19:48 GMT Chalmers University of Technology