Dnia 25 Listopada (piątek) o godzinie 10:15, w sali B2.38 odbędzie się

seminarium, na którym zostanie wygłoszony referat pt.:

„The James Webb Space Telescope – new infrared vision of the early Universe”

Referuje: dr. Darko Donevski, NCN grant holder at the NCBJ/Astrophysics Division BP4


The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is the largest space telescope ever launched, and it will be a giant leap forward in our quest to understand the Universe and our origins. Delivery of the first scientific data in the mid-2022 demonstrated unprecedented imaging and spectroscopic capabilities in the near to mid-infrared bands, with a sensitivity that is orders of magnitude higher than current facilities. Undoubtedly, in the years to come, JWST will open a huge, new discovery space in most areas of astronomy and astrophysics. In this seminar I will present the first results and big science questions that JWST observations are expected toanswer. The particular emphasis will be given to the projects related to the galaxies in the early Universe.

Serdecznie zapraszamy

dr hab. Katarzyna Grzelak
prof. dr hab. Jan Królikowski
prof. dr hab. Aleksander Filip Żarnecki