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The X-IFU Gazette #22 has been released!

Welcome to the 22nd issue of the X-IFU Gazette! In this issue, the X-IFU Project Manager, Vincent Albouys, gives us […]

The X-IFU Gazette #22 has been released!

Welcome to the 22nd issue of the X-IFU Gazette! In this issue, the X-IFU Project Manager, Vincent Albouys, gives us […]

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The X-IFU Gazette #21 has been released!

Welcome to the 21st issue of the X-IFU Gazette! 2022 is an important year for the X-IFU, and we are […]

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Investigating outflowing gas around Supermassive black holes

All the galaxies in the Universe host a supermassive black hole of unknown origin at their center and the mass of the black hole…

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Women in Science Day: AstroSciku contest results

Today, on 11 February, we celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. For this occasion, the X-IFU […]

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Athena School 2022 announcement

We are pleased to announce the first edition of the Athena School: “The Universe in the era of spatially resolved, […]

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Women in Science Day: AstroSciku contest

The X-IFU Consortium is joining the celebrations for the International Day of Girls and Women in Science on 11 February […]

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Happy holidays and a happy New Year!

2021 is coming to an end and it is time for us to reflect on this busy year. Technical and […]

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A virtual X-IFU Consortium Meeting #14

The 14th X-IFU Consortium Meeting (CM14) took place virtually from 29 November to 3 December 2021. The meeting was very […]

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The X-IFU Gazette #20 has been released!

Welcome to the 20th issue of the X-IFU Gazette! Yes, it is indeed the 20th. To celebrate this great number, […]

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Witnessing the assembly of clusters of galaxies with the X-IFU

Clusters of galaxies are the largest bound astrophysical objects in the Universe. Located at the nodes of the cosmic web, […]

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The X-IFU Gazette #19 has been released!

Summer is upon us and we are all looking forward to some relaxing holidays. With this in mind, we have […]

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Studying X-ray eclipses in active galactic nuclei with X-IFU

Active galactic nuclei (AGN) are bright compact regions located at the centres of some galaxies. These objects are powered by […]

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