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ORBi Open Repository and Bibliography (319.770 recursos)

In may 2007, the ULg's Administrative Board (joined in June 2007 by the FUSAGx) decided to create an institutional repository and defined a strong institutional self-archiving policy to increase the visibility, accessibility and impact of the University's publications (Board's decision). This decision led to the official launch, in November 2008, of the ORBi platform including both the Academic Bibliography and the Institutional Repository of the Wallonia-Europe University Academy.

Physical, chemical, mathematical & earth Sciences => Space science, astronomy & astrophysics

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  1. The 4-m International Liquid Mirror Telescope

    Surdej, Jean; Hickson, P.; Borra, H.; Swings, Jean-Pierre; Habraken, Serge; Akhunov, T.; Bartczak, P.; Chand, H.; De Becker, Michaël; Delchambre, Ludovic; Finet, F.; Kumar, B.; Pandey, A.; Pospieszalska, Anna; Pradhan, Bikram; Sagar, R.; Wertz, O.; De Cat, P.; Denis, S.; de Ville, J.; Jaiswar, M.K.; Lampens, P.; Nanjappa, N.; Tortolani, J.-M.
    Peer reviewed

  2. Kinematic evidence for feedback-driven star formation in NGC 1893

    Lim, Beomdu; Sung, Hwankyung; Bessell, Michael S.; Lee, Sangwoo; Lee, Jae Joon; Oh, Heeyoung; Hwang, Narae; Park, Byeong-Gon; Hur, Hyeonoh; Hong, Kyeongsoo; Park, Sunkyung
    Peer reviewed

  3. Optical/Infrared Interferometry Course/ IUCCA, PUNE, INDIA

    Surdej, Jean
    Link to pdf files: https://orbi.uliege.be/handle/2268/223149

  4. Introduction to Interferometry. History, principles.

    Surdej, Jean
    Peer reviewed

  5. Jupiter's aurora observed with HST during Juno orbits 3 to 7

    Grodent, Denis; Bonfond, Bertrand; Yao, Zhonghua; Gérard, Jean-Claude; Radioti, Aikaterini; Dumont, Maïté; Palmaerts, Benjamin; Adriani, A.; Badman, S. V.; Bunce, E. J.; Clarke, J. T.; Connerney, J. E. P.; Gladstone, G. R.; Greathouse, T.; Kimura, T.; Kurth, W. S.; Mauk, B. H.; McComas, D. J.; Nichols, J. D.; Orton, G. S.; Roth, L.; Saur, J.; Valek, P.
    Peer reviewed

  6. In-depth study of moderately young but extremely red, very dusty substellar companion HD 206893B

    Delorme, P.; Schmidt, T.; Bonnefoy, M.; Desidera, S.; Ginski, C.; Charnay, B.; Lazzoni, C.; Christiaens, V.; Messina, S.; D'Orazi, V.; Milli, J.; Schlieder, J. E.; Gratton, R.; Rodet, L.; Lagrange, A.-M.; Absil, Olivier; Vigan, A.; Galicher, R.; Hagelberg, J.; Bonavita, M.; Lavie, B.; Zurlo, A.; Olofsson, J.; Boccaletti, A.; Cantalloube, F.; Mouillet, D.; Chauvin, G.; Hambsch, F.-J.; Langlois, M.; Udry, S.; Henning, T.; Beuzit, J.-L.; Mordasini, C.; Lucas, P.; Marocco, F.; Biller, B.; Carson, J.; Cheetham, A.; Covino, E.; De Caprio, V.; Delboulbe, A.; Feldt, M.; Girard, J.; Hubin, N.; Maire, A.-L.; Pavlov, A.; Petit, C.; Rouan, D.; Roelfsema, R.; Wildi, F.
    Peer reviewed

  7. A New Standard for Assessing the Performance of High Contrast Imaging Systems

    Jensen-Clem, Rebecca; Mawet, Dimitri; Gómez González, Carlos; Absil, Olivier; Belikov, Ruslan; Currie, Thayne; Kenworthy, Matthew A.; Marois, Christian; Mazoyer, Johan; Ruane, Garreth; Tanner, Angelle; Cantalloube, Faustine
    Peer reviewed

  8. The HOSTS Survey—Exozodiacal Dust Measurements for 30 Stars

    Ertel, S.; Defrere, Denis; Hinz, P.; Mennesson, B.; Kennedy, G. M.; Danchi, W. C.; Gelino, C.; Hill, J. M.; Hoffmann, W. F.; Rieke, G.; Shannon, A.; Spalding, E.; Stone, J. M.; Vaz, A.; Weinberger, A. J.; Willems, P.; Absil, Olivier; Arbo, P.; Bailey, V. P.; Beichman, C.; Bryden, G.; Downey, E. C.; Durney, O.; Esposito, S.; Gaspar, Andras; Grenz, P.; Haniff, C. A.; Leisenring, J. M.; Marion, Lindsay; McMahon, T. J.; Millan-Gabet, R.; Montoya, M.; Morzinski, K. M.; Pinna, E.; Power, J.; Puglisi, A.; Roberge, A.; Serabyn, E.; Skemer, A. J.; Stapelfeldt, K.; Su, K. Y. L.; Vaitheeswaran, V.; Wyatt, M. C.
    Peer reviewed

  9. Modules for Experiments in Stellar Astrophysics (MESA): Convective Boundaries, Element Diffusion, and Massive Star Explosions

    Paxton, B.; Schwab, J.; Bauer, E. B.; Bildsten, L.; Blinnikov, S.; Duffell, P.; Farmer, R.; Goldberg, J. A.; Marchant, P.; Sorokina, E.; Thoul, Anne; Townsend, R. H. D.; Timmes, F. X.
    Peer reviewed

  10. The X-ray footprint of the CircumNuclear Disk

    Mossoux, Enmanuelle; Eckart, Andreas
    Peer reviewed

  11. Proceedings of the 1st BINA workshop: Instrumentation and Science with the 3.6-m DOT and 4-m ILMT telescopes

    De Cat, P.; De Cat, P.; Surdej, Jean; Surdej, Jean; Omar, A.; Omar, A.; De Becker, Michaël; De Becker, Michaël; Joshi, S.; Joshi, S.
    Peer reviewed

  12. The multi-messenger approach to particle acceleration by massive stars: a science case for optical, radio and X-ray observatories

    De Becker, Michaël
    Peer reviewed

  13. Requirements for Imaging and Spectroscopy of Habitable Earths

    Defrere, Denis

  14. Intervals of intense energetic electron beams over Jupiter's poles

    Paranicas, C.; Mauk, B. H.; Haggerty, D. K.; Clark, G.; Kollmann, P.; Rymer, A.; Bonfond, Bertrand; Dunn, W.; Ebert, R.; Gladstone, G. R.; Roussos, E.; Krupp, N.; Bagenal, F.; Levin, S.; Connerney, J. E. P.; Bolton, S.
    Peer reviewed

  15. The Of?p stars of the Magellanic Clouds: Are they strongly magnetic?

    Munoz, M.; Wade, G. A.; Nazé, Yaël; Bagnulo, S.; Puls, J.
    Peer reviewed

  16. Characterizing Proxima b with a mid-infrared nulling spectrograph

    Defrere, Denis
    As potentially our nearest rocky exoplanet, Proxima b represents a formidable opportunity for exoplanet science and possibly astrobiology. With an angular separation of only 35 mas (or 0.05 AU) from its hosts star, Proxima b is however hardly observable with current imaging telescopes and future space-based coronagraphs. To separate the photons of the planet from those of its hosts star, a solution is to use an interferometer that can easily resolve such spatial scales. In addition, its proximity to Earth and its favorable contrast with its host M dwarf (10^-5 at 10 microns) makes it an ideal target for a...

  17. L'astronomie dans le monde - 06/2004

    Manfroid, Jean
    Première image d'une planète extrasolaire?; Deux Jupiter chauds; Cycles stellaires; Le trou noir de M87; Un nouveau bras pour la Voie Lactée; L'étoile la plus massive jamais observée!

  18. L'astronomie dans le monde - 05/2004

    Manfroid, Jean
    comètes en pagaille; Recherche d'astéroîdes; Voisinage galactique; Titan en X; Titan à haute résolution; Alignement parfait dans le Sagittaire; Où est la lune de Sedna; SgrA\*; Première image d'une planète extrasolaire?; Deux Jupiter chauds; Cycles stellaires; Le trou noir de M87; Un nouveau bras pour la Voie Lactée; L'étoile la plus massive jamais observée!

  19. L'astronomie dans le monde - 04/2004

    Manfroid, Jean
    Sedna; Galaxies lointaines; Anneaux de Neptune; Eau sur Mars

  20. L'astronomie dans le monde - 03/2004

    Manfroid, Jean
    Rosetta du mythe à la réalité; Saturne par Cassini; Rencontre à haut risque entre une étoile et un trou noir géant; SN 1987A; Europe stérile?; Galaxie lointaine; Télescopes liégeois; HD 209458

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