Dr. Ángel R. López-Sánchez

Postdoc at Australian Astronomical Observatory / Macquarie University

Astronomy & Astrophysics
using multiwavelength data



Rainbow over the Anglo-Australian Telescope in Siding Spring Observatory, NSW, Australia © Á.R.L-S.

Posters of the conference "The Many Faces of Centaurus A"

The international conference The Many Faces of Centaurus A, which was hold in The Mint, Sydney CBD, between Sunday 28 June and Friday 03 July 2009, aimed at bringing together a broad range of astronomers and high-energy physicists that traditionally form separate research communities. The radio galaxy Centaurus A (NGC 5128) has attracted interest from across the international astrophysics and high-energy physics communities more than any other, yet this will be the first conference devoted to this intriguing source.


WARNING: The links of all the posters are to the highest-resolution images, with sizes higher than 10 Mb.

    Cen A poster

    Conference Poster.
    © Á.R.L-S.

    Cen A optical

    Deep optical image of NGC 5128 (Centaurus A)
    © Michael Sidonio.

    Optical jets in NGC 5128

    Ionized gas in the optical jet of NGC 5128
    © Simon Ellis et al.


    X ray / Optical / Radio

    X ray/Optical/Radio image of Centaurus A.
    © Chandra/VLA/DSS.

    GALEX UV

    GALEX UV image of NGC 5128 (Centaurus A)
    © NASA, Á.R.L-S.

    MIR image of NGC 5128

    MIR image of NGC 5128
    © NASA/Spitzer.


    Multiwavelegth view of Centaurus A

    Multiwavelegth view of Centaurus A
    © ESO & NASA.

    ATCA+Parkes image of Centaurus A

    ATCA+Parkes image of Centaurus A.
    © Ilana Feain, Tim Cornwell & Ron Ekers (CSIRO/ATNF).

    | Updated: 27.01.2011 | Released: 20.06.2009 |