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Institut d'astrophysique spatiale

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The Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale (IAS) focuses its activities on the study of the Sun, Solar System's planets and exoplanets, extraterrestrial matter and interstellar matter, galaxies and cosmology as well as black matter using massive bolometers. The laboratory has a strong technical component in the field of space instrumentation and conducts work in experimental astrochemistry on extraterrestrial and interstellar solid matter and its evolution. It is a major interlocutor of national space agencies (CNES), or international (ESA, NASA) and works with many industrial partners.

The 19 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
Erratum: The first maps of κ<inf>d</inf>-the dust mass absorption coefficient-in nearby galaxies, with DustPedia (Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society DOI: 10.1093/mnras/stz2257) A. P. Jones, N. Ysard 07/01/22 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
Modelling the secular evolution of protoplanetary disc dust sizes - a comparison between the viscous and magnetic wind case B. Tabone 07/01/22 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
Euclid preparation XIX. Impact of magnification on photometric galaxy clustering Francis Bernardeau 06/01/22 Astronomy and Astrophysics
Convolutional neural network-reconstructed velocity for kinetic SZ detection Hideki Tanimura, Nabila Aghanim 06/01/22 Astronomy and Astrophysics
Prominence eruption observed in He II 304 Å up to &gt;6 R ·by EUI/FSI aboard Solar Orbiter S. Parenti, F. Auchère 06/01/22 Astronomy and Astrophysics
NIHAO-LG: The uniqueness of Local Group dwarf galaxies Jenny Sorce 06/01/22 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
Scattering of Lyα Photons through the Reionizing Intergalactic Medium: I. Spectral Energy Distribution Jenny Sorce 06/01/22 Astrophysical Journal
Possible Ongoing Merger Discovered by Photometry and Spectroscopy in the Field of the Galaxy Cluster PLCK G165.7+67.0 Hervé Dole 06/01/22 Astrophysical Journal
In situ recording of Mars soundscape Cédric Pilorget, François Poulet 05/26/22 Nature
VNIR reflectance spectra of silicate-graphite mixtures: The effect of graphite content and particle size M. Vincendon 05/15/22 Icarus
Cosmology in the non-linear regime: The small scale miracle Fabien Lacasa 05/01/22 Astronomy and Astrophysics
Observation from Earth of an atypical cloud system in the upper Martian atmosphere M. Vincendon 05/01/22 Astronomy and Astrophysics
Relative distribution of dark matter, gas, and stars around cosmic filaments in the IllustrisTNG simulation Daniela Galárraga-Espinosa, M. Langer, Nabila Aghanim 05/01/22 Astronomy and Astrophysics
Cosmology with cosmic web environments: I. Real-space power spectra Tony Bonnaire, Nabila Aghanim, Joseph Kuruvilla 05/01/22 Astronomy and Astrophysics
Calibration and performances of the MicrOmega instrument for the characterization of asteroid Ryugu returned samples L. Riu, Cédric Pilorget, Vincent Hamm, Jean Pierre Bibring, Cateline Lantz, Damien Loizeau, Rosario Brunetto, J. Carter, Guillaume Lequertier, Lionel Lourit 05/01/22 Review of Scientific Instruments
PDRs4All: A JWST Early Release Science Program on Radiative Feedback from Massive Stars Émilie Habart, Alain Abergel, Daniel Dicken, Boris Trahin, Thomas Simmer, L. Verstraete, N. Ysard 05/01/22 Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific
Cosmic filaments delay quenching inside clusters Jenny Sorce 05/01/22 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
Quantifying the cool ISM in radio AGNs: Evidence for late-time retriggering by galaxy mergers and interactions Daniel Dicken 05/01/22 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
Multiscale correlated analysis of the Aguas Zarcas CM chondrite Eva Heripre 05/01/22 Meteoritics and Planetary Science

Number of publications of the laboratory by scientific field (2016-2021)

Every paper can be classified in one or more scientific fields. The figure below shows the lab's number of publications in each scientific field, according to the ASJC classification (Elsevier)