Workshops, Conferences, etc
IAU SYMPOSIUM 307: New Windows on Massive Stars
23 June 2014
The important outputs of mass, momentum and energy of massive stars strongly modify their environment and make them key agents in the evolution of galaxies during the whole of cosmic history. Their high luminosities make them objects detectable at far distances in the Universe. Massive stars are thus important probes for studying star formation at high redshifts. As the progenitors of core collapse supernovae, of the long soft Gamma Ray Bursts, and of neutron stars and black holes, they are connected with t…
Many of you already heard that the European Week of Astronomy and Space Science (EWASS) 2014 will be organised in Geneva from 30 June to 4 July 2014. This is a big event with between 500 and 1000 participants expected. It will take place at the International Conference Centre of Geneva (CICG) in the international quarter of Geneva near the United Nations.