Plasma Lensing of the Black Widow Pulsar
The heritage of electromagnetic data for multimessenger cosmology
Development of a multi-domain multi-physics framework and application to wave modelling of the seas on Huygens' moon
Remote Sensing of Alien Worlds: Characterizing Exoplanets from the Ground and from Space
Made of stars: The origin of heavy elements from neutron star mergers or massive stars
Population-Level Planetary Physics
Polarimetry as a tool for characterising planets and exoplanets
The Most Massive Stars and Black Holes in the Universe
On cold winters, warm summers and life in the sea
Discovery and Characterization of sub-Neptune Exoplanets
Building Planets - A Journey along 40 Orders of Magnitude
Heavy element production in neutron star mergers and core-collapse supernovae
Jan Hendrik Oort: Master of the galactic system
Chemical enrichment in galaxies
Turning Data Into Knowledge: Data Science in Astronomy and Beyond
Detecting the Shadow of the Black Hole in M87
Supermassive black holes in all their guises
How exoplanets are affected by their host stars
SPICA – a joint infrared space observatory
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