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linkPfeil.gif Stars and latte macchiato
December 2010
F. Zaussinger, H. Spruit

linkPfeil.gif A deep look at the Milky Way in hard X-rays
November 2010
Roman Krivonos, Sergey Tsygankov, Mikhail Revnivtsev, Eugene Churazov, Rashid Sunyaev

linkPfeil.gif Exploring the history of the Milky Way
October 2010
The SAGA-Team

linkPfeil.gif Solving the mystery of the Sun's low lithium abundance - and its relation to extrasolar planets
September 2010
Patrick Baumann, Ivan Ramirez, and Martin Asplund

Picture Credit: © NASA/JPL-Caltech/Robert Hurt

linkPfeil.gif Magnetic fields in merging neutron stars
August 2010
Martin Obergaulinger, Miguel Angel Aloy, Ewald Müller

linkPfeil.gif What is the matter with dwarf galaxies?
July 2010
Till Sawala

linkPfeil.gif Are the progenitors of Type Ia supernovae less massive than previously thought?
June 2010
Markus Kromer

linkPfeil.gif Iron peak elements in metal-poor stars
May 2010
Maria Bergemann

linkPfeil.gif Polarization as a way to measure transverse gas motions in galaxy clusters
April 2010
Irina Zhuravleva, Eugene Churazov, Sergey Sazonov, Rashid Sunyaev, Klaus Dolag

linkPfeil.gif Imaging the surface of massive stars
March 2010
Andrea Chiavassa

linkPfeil.gif The GALEX Arecibo SDSS Survey
February 2010
Barbara Catinella

Arecibo Observatory. Picture courtesy of the NAIC - Arecibo Observatory, a facility of the NSF.

linkPfeil.gif Massive, Dense Nuclei in Young Starbursts: Progenitors of Early Type Galaxy Cusps?
January 2010
Roderik Overzier

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