Feeding, Feedback, and Fireworks: Celebrating Our Cosmic Landscape

Feeding, Feedback, and Fireworks: Celebrating Our Cosmic Landscape Feeding, Feedback, and Fireworks: Celebrating Our Cosmic Landscape
  • Contact

    Amanda Bauer
    Australian Astronomical Observatory

  • Keywords

    galaxies, multiwavelength, feedback, observations, theory

  • Working language

    English

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Conference
Australia
Hamilton Island

Late in June 2013, the Australian Astronomical Observatory (AAO) will hold an international astronomy conference hosted in the tropical paradise of Hamilton Island, Queensland, Australia. The meeting, entitled "Feeding, Feedback, and Fireworks: Celebrating Our Cosmic Landscape", will be the 6th of the Southern Cross Conference Series, jointly supported by the AAO and CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science (CASS).

The Southern Cross Astrophysics Conferences are held annually around Australia with the aim of attracting international experts with wide ranging skills to discuss a particular astrophysical topic. This conference will focus on galaxy evolution and how various feedback and feeding processes transfer energy into and out of galaxies. We intend to bring together observations, from radio to X-rays, and the best available theoretical models, to create a more complete picture of our cosmic landscape.

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