Estos son los seminarios y eventos que han pasado por nuestro Centro Astronómico, revisa aquí los temas y quienes han sido los académicos que presentaron sus investigaciones e ideas los temas más relevantes.

Arids 2021: the birth of a meteor shower

Meteor showers are caused by meteoroid released by comets, each entering our atmosphere and creating individual meteors. They are recognized by identifying their radiant (location in the sky where they seem to come from) or directly from their orbit. They may be predicted, provided their parent body is known. For the for time in several decades the birth of a new meteor shower was forecasted for the 7th Oct. 2021. A Chile-France collaboration allowed us to fully cover the event. First results will be presented.
Jeremie Vaubaillon
Institut de Mecanique Celeste et de Calcul des Ephemerides, Paris.
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The Process of Planning and Implementing SDSS-V projects in the era of robotic Focal Plane System (FPS)

The Sloan Digital Sky Survey has recently reached its fifth generation SDSS-V which consists of the projects Milky Way Mapper (MWM), Black Hole Mapper (BHM), and Local Volume Mapper (LVM). The main difference of this generation is the use of Fiber Positioner System (FPS).
Felipe Santana
Departamento de Astronomía, Universidad de de Chile
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The SOFIA Legacy Project FEEDBACK

FEEDBACK is a Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) legacy project using the upGREAT heterodyne receiver to map the [CII] 158μm line in Galactic molecular clouds. It aims to study the interaction of massive stars with their environment in a sample of sourcesthat span a range in stellar characteristics from single OB stars, to small groups of O stars, to rich young stellar clusters, to mini starbursts.
Pablo Garcia
Researcher and Project Assistant at the National Astronomical Observatories of China, and Instituto de Astronomía, Universidad Católica del Norte.
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PASSAGES: A Multi-J CO and [CI] line study of single dish observations of the lensed Planck selected starbursts at cosmic noon

The peak epoch of cosmic star formation also coincides with the peak in the cosmic co-moving molecular gas mass density, at z ~2. Even with sensitive interferometers, only strongly lensed galaxies offer the feasibility to efficiently and systematically detect multiple emission lines tracing the full CO ladder and both atomic carbon fine-structure lines for high-z galaxies.
Kevin Harrington
APEX and ALMA Fellow at ESO/Chile
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Exoplanet Demographics: Population Statistics of Hot Super-Earths and Cold Jupiters

Exoplanets are a diverse population reflecting the range in possible outcomes of the planet formation process. Yet there are also patterns in the observed properties of planets and planetary systems that reveal common formation pathways.
Gijs Mulder
Universidad Adolfo Ibañez
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Seminario: SDSS-V Chile

The Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) has been one of the most successful worldwide collaborations in astronomy. In its current fifth stage, SDSS-V will provide multi-epoch optical and IR spectroscopy using facilities in the United States and Chile and offer optical integral-field spectroscopic coverage of the Milky Way and its galactic neighbors. This talk will describe the core projects (mappers) and the opportunities for Chilean scientific participation in SDSS-V.
Ivan Lacerna
Instituto de Astronomía y Ciencias Planetarias, Universidad de Atacama
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