Publications

  • Empirical relations between the intensities of Lyman lines of H and He<SUP>+</SUP>

    Context. Empirical relations between major UV and extreme UV spectral lines are one of the inputs for models of chromospheric and coronal spectral radiances and irradiances. They are also needed for the interpretation of some of the observations of the Solar Orbiter mission. Aims: We aim to determine an empirical relation between the intensities of

    Gordino, M. et al.

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    2022
  • Euclid preparation. XIII. Forecasts for galaxy morphology with the Euclid Survey using deep generative models

    We present a machine learning framework to simulate realistic galaxies for the Euclid Survey, producing more complex and realistic galaxies than the analytical simulations currently used in Euclid. The proposed method combines a control on galaxy shape parameters offered by analytic models with realistic surface brightness distributions learned

    Euclid Collaboration et al.

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    2022
  • Euclid preparation. XV. Forecasting cosmological constraints for the Euclid and CMB joint analysis

    The combination and cross-correlation of the upcoming Euclid data with cosmic microwave background (CMB) measurements is a source of great expectation since it will provide the largest lever arm of epochs, ranging from recombination to structure formation across the entire past light cone. In this work, we present forecasts for the joint analysis

    Euclid Collaboration et al.

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    2022
  • Euclid preparation. XVI. Exploring the ultra-low surface brightness Universe with Euclid/VIS

    Context. While Euclid is an ESA mission specifically designed to investigate the nature of dark energy and dark matter, the planned unprecedented combination of survey area (∼15 000 deg2), spatial resolution, low sky-background, and depth also make Euclid an excellent space observatory for the study of the low surface brightness Universe

    Euclid Collaboration et al.

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    2022
  • Observational evidence for two-component distributions describing solar magnetic bright points

    Context. High-resolution observations of the solar photosphere reveal the presence of fine structures, in particular the so-called Magnetic Bright Points (MBPs), which are small-scale features associated with strong magnetic field regions of the order of kilogauss (kG). It is especially relevant to study these magnetic elements, which are

    Berrios Saavedra, Gerardine et al.

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    2022