Astrophysique à Haute Energie

L'échec  du  lancement  de  Taranis a conduit à la perte de la mission huit minutes après le décollage de la fusée Vega VV17.
 
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Search for gamma-ray counterparts of astrophysical neutrinos

More than one century after their discovery, the origin of cosmic rays remains one of the most important open questions in astrophysics. They are detected as a flux of charged particles, mainly protons and light nuclei, reaching extremely high energies (up to around 10^20 eV). The detection of cosmic rays implies the existence of efficient particle accelerators in the Universe.

SEARCHING FOR THE ORIGIN OF THE EXCESS OF COSMIC RAYS OBSERVED IN THE GALACTIC CENTRE REGION. SUPERNOVAE, STELLAR WINDS, OR THE GALACTIC CENTRE BLACK HOLE?

Cosmic rays are energetic particles that reach the Earth from outer space. Most cosmic rays are accelerated within our Galaxy, and remain trapped in the Galactic magnetic field for about 10 million years before escaping in the intergalactic space.

Software engineer for multi-messanger astronomy

Mission

Participation in design and development of Multi-Messenger Observatory (MMO) platform for analysis of multi-messenger astronomical data (including the gamma-ray, X-ray, neutrino telescope and gravitational wave detector data) at the Astroparticle and Cosmology Laboratory (APC).


Activities

  • Participate in development of the web front-end, API, and Python library for MMO platform
  • Participate in the management of cloud infrastructure of MMO
INTEGRAL contribue à dévoiler l'origine des Fast Radio Bursts
 
La Palma, Îles Canaries, Espagne - Entre janvier et février 2020, le prototype de télescope de grande taille (LST), le LST-1 récemment mis en service sur le site CTA-Nord sur l'île de La Palma dans les îles Canaries, a observé le pulsar du Crabe au centre de la nébuleuse du même nom.
 

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