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linkPfeil.gif A nova origin of the gas cloud at the Galactic Center?
December 2012
F. Meyer, E. Meyer-Hofmeister

linkPfeil.gif First Light for the Millennium Run Observatory
November 2012
Roderik Overzier and Gerard Lemson

linkPfeil.gif Smashing white dwarfs: explaining the brightness of cosmic explosions
October 2012
Ashley Ruiter, Stuart Sim, Ruediger Pakmor, Markus Kromer, Ivo Seitenzahl, Stefan Taubenberger

linkPfeil.gif Trojan horses within molecular clouds: How do a few massive stars determine the fate of a whole galaxy?
September 2012
Stefanie Walch, Thorsten Naab

linkPfeil.gif Lyman Alpha Emitters around the Epoch of Reionization: Tip of the Iceberg
August 2012
Akila Jeeson-Daniel, Benedetta Ciardi, Umberto Maio, Marco Pierleoni, Mark Dijkstra, Antonella Maselli

linkPfeil.gif Cosmic Warming by the First Quasars: Did the earliest supermassive black holes slow the growth of the rest?
July 2012
Takamitsu Tanaka, Rosalba Perna, Zoltán Haiman

linkPfeil.gif Chemical composition of old, metal-poor stars poses new questions
June 2012
Gregory Ruchti, Maria Bergemann

linkPfeil.gif What makes a galaxy a disk or a spheroid?
May 2012
Laura V. Sales, Julio F. Navarro, Tom Theuns, Joop Schaye, Simon D. M. White, Carlos S. Frenk, Robert A. Crain and Claudio Dalla Vecchia

linkPfeil.gif Gas in Galaxies at the End of their Lives - Food for New Stars
April 2012
Silvia Fabello, Barbara Catinella, Guinevere Kauffmann

linkPfeil.gif Infrared Beacons in the Universe - Red Supergiant Stars and the Chemical Composition of Galaxies
March 2012
Maria Bergemann, Rolf Peter Kudritzki, Karin Lind

linkPfeil.gif Cosmic Vibrations from Neutron Stars
February 2012
Andreas Bauswein, Hannelore Hämmerle, H.-Thomas Janka

linkPfeil.gif SDSS-III finds a large population of massive galaxies still alive eight billion years after the Big Bang
January 2012
Guinevere Kauffmann

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