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New populations of black holes revealed by gravitational waves

3 September 2020

New populations of black holes revealed by gravitational waves

GW190521 is the name of the signal recorded on 21 May 2019 by the LIGO and Virgo instruments. © N. Fischer, H. Pfeiffer, A. Buonanno (Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics), Simulating (...)

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LHCb discovers first “open-charm” tetraquark

1 September 2020

LHCb discovers first “open-charm” tetraquark

The particle, which has been called X(2900), was detected by analysing all the data LHCb has recorded so far from collisions at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider An artist’s impression of the new (...)

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LHCb discovers a new type of tetraquark at CERN

10 July 2020

LHCb discovers a new type of tetraquark at CERN

The LHCb collaboration has observed an exotic particle made up of four charm quarks for the first time. Illustration of a tetraquark composed of two charm quarks and two charm antiquarks, (...)

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Particle physicists update strategy for the future of the field in Europe

29 June 2020

Particle physicists update strategy for the future of the field in Europe

Geneva, 19 June 2020. The CERN Council announced that it had unanimously updated the strategy intended to guide the future of particle physics in Europe within the global landscape (the document (...)

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Centaurus A: a gamma emission several thousand light-years away

18 June 2020

Centaurus A: a gamma emission several thousand light-years away

In Namibia, the telescopes of the H.E.S.S. experiment, to which the LAPP contributes, have been indirectly detecting cosmic radiation for more than ten years. Using specific analysis techniques, (...)

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Le LAPP propose un emploi d’ingénieur-e d’étude électronicien-ne afin de participer aux (...)

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Study of the weak lensing in galaxy clusters with LSST

Starting in 2023 and for a duration of ten years the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) (...)