JIVE celebrated its scientists' role in the PRIDE experiment for ESA's JUICE mission
Leonid Gurvits, Mas Said and Giuseppe Cimò with their ESA's awards at the ceremony that JIVE held in their honour. © Silvio Zangarini
JIVE director's visit to Latvia: strengthening bonds
Photo: Visit to VIRAC's 32-metre telescope, refurbished between 2011 and 2016 and modernized in 2022. From left to right: VIRAC researchers Vladislavs Bezrukovs and Ivars Šmelds, JIVE director Agnieszka Słowikowska, Head of Engineering at Ventspils International Radio Astronomy Mārcis Donerblics.
Today in ApJL: EHT collaboration published new results
New in Nature Astronomy: Space interferometry reveals helical filaments within a supermassive black hole's jet
Science features new paper with co-author Shivani Bhandari, researcher at ASTRON and JIVE
This artist’s impression (not to scale) illustrates the path of the fast radio burst FRB 20220610A, from the distant galaxy where it originated all the way to Earth, in one of the Milky Way’s spiral arms. The source galaxy of FRB 20220610A, pinned down thanks to ESO’s Very Large Telescope, appears to be located within a small group of interacting galaxies.