Inverse Radiative transfer models of the dusty early-type galaxy NGC 4370

Observational Characteristics of CMEs without low coronal signatures

Radiative transfer modelling of solar filaments using SKIRT

Kinetic model of Earth's electron radiation belts

The radiation belts are charged particles, trapped in the magnetic field of the Earth. The electron radiation belts consist of an inner belt and an outer belt. In the outer belt, electron flux variations of several orders of magnitude are correlated with geomagnetic storms. Geomagnetic storms are observed by variations in the Dst [...]

Turbolence-induced orbital momentum in starlight: a source for a new type of light-matter interaction in circumstellar disks

Apart from helicity, photons might, under certain circumstances, also acquire an orbital angular momentum, which makes the wave front of the electromagnetic wave similar to a spiral phase ramp, with the Poynting vector creating a vortex around the direction of propagation where actually a zero intensity for the field is found (a point phase singularity) [...]

Mock Observations of Simulated Galaxies

Solar wind turbulence and proton beams

AMUSE hands-on session

Introduction to AMUSE.

AMUSE is the Astrophysical Multipurpose Software Environment.

Our aim is to provide a software framework astrophysical simulations, in which existing codes from different domains, such as stellar dynamics, stellar evolution, hydrodynamics and radiative transfer can be easily coupled.

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Asymmetric Magnetic Reconnection with iPIC3D: A Computational Answer to Improve Understanding of Observed Physical Conditions in Space

Perturbations of gyrosynchrotron emission polarisation by sausage modes: forward modeling