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First J-PAS data release

The Javalambre Physics of the Accelerating Universe Astrophysical Survey (J-PAS) releases the first set of data, corresponding to a sky area of one square degree observed at the well-known Extended Groth Strip. The ...

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This 3D map of the cosmos, along with the largest and most complete inventory of objects ever collected, will allow a wide variety of science applications like seeing in exquisite detail the net of structures that holds the Universe together, uncovering how galaxies have evolved since the Big Bang, mapping the geography of the Milky way, discovering millions of quasars and thousands of supernovas...

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J-PAS Meeting

2nd-4th December, 2019

Teruel (Spain)

The J-PAS RIA Workshop took place in December 2019 and its goal was to publicly present this unique dataset, release worldwide the reduced images and catalogs and motivate the scientific exploitation of J-PAS by the international community.

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