So last week I was in Stockholm for an astrophysics workshop titled “Lyman-alpha as an astrophysical tool“. I took plenty of pictures both during the meeting and in our free time. I still need to go through the whole set, but here goes just one of the pictures for the time being.
Last week I was at a meeting in Aussois about an upcoming spectrograph for the VLT called MUSE (which stands for Multi Unit Spectroscopic Explorer). Members of the consortium met to share the latest developments and update each other on various aspects of the instrument. It was my first time in Aussois, an incredibly beautiful small town in the Rhône-Alpes
So, right now I’m situated at more Southern latitudes. To be more precise, I’m on an island in the Tyrrhenian Sea called Ischia (which lies just off Naples) for an international conference on ELTs (Extremely Large Telescopes). If you are interested in the subject matter of the conference itself, then click here.