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linkPfeil.gif Mapping of the Universe beyond the Known
December 2009
Jens Jasche, Franciso S. Kitaura, Cheng Li, Torsten A. Enßlin

linkPfeil.gif Are Neutron Stars Strange?
November 2009
A. Bauswein und H.-Thomas Janka

linkPfeil.gif Mapping extragalactic dark matter structures through gamma-rays
October 2009
Jesus Zavala, Volker Springel and Michael Boylan-Kolchin

linkPfeil.gif Supermassive black holes grow in different ways
September 2009
Dimitri Gadotti and Guinevere Kauffmann

linkPfeil.gif Mathematics of digital senses: Information Field Theory for signal recognition
August 2009
Torsten Enßlin, Mona Frommert

linkPfeil.gif Unveiling the intricate nature of galaxy bulges
July 2009
Dimitri Gadotti

linkPfeil.gif Quasars in the Early Universe: Smokestacks of the first Cosmic Cities?
June 2009
Roderik Overzier

linkPfeil.gif The shining make-up of our star
May 2009
Martin Asplund

linkPfeil.gif Jets are magnetic!
April 2009
Rainer Moll

linkPfeil.gif Using Galaxy Clusters as Distant Mirrors of the Universal Acceleration
March 2009
Carlos Hernandez-Monteagudo, Rashid A. Sunyaev

linkPfeil.gif Dynamical formation of X-ray binaries in the nucleus of Andromeda galaxy.
February 2009
Marat Gilfanov, Rasmus Voss

linkPfeil.gif Hyper-velocity star challenges the Galactic Centre scenario
January 2009
Maria Fernanda Nieva

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