First Results from the SRG/eROSITA All-Sky Survey: From Stars to Cosmology

September 15 - September 20
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International conference, 15 – 20 September, 2024
Technical University Munich (TUM), Garching

The high sensitivity, large field of view, and high survey efficiency of eROSITA are revolutionising X-ray astronomy. The first all-sky survey includes in the Western Galactic Hemisphere, among others, more than 12,000 clusters of galaxies; 700,000 Active Galactic Nuclei; and 180,000 stars or compact stellar objects. This exceeds the total number of previously discovered celestial X-ray objects since the dawn of X-ray astronomy.

This conference follows the public data release of the first all-sky survey, including source catalogs of point-like and extended sources, images, spectra, light curves, and X-ray photon events. We invite presentations of the first scientific results driven by the international community. We plan to cover the following topics:

  • Galaxy Clusters and Cosmology
  • Active galactic nuclei and galaxy evolution
  • Galactic compact objects, stars, and planets
  • The Transient X-ray sky
  • Diffuse X-ray emission
  • Synergies with multi-wavelength surveys and multi-messenger probes



The registration and abstract submission portal is now open via this link (you will also find more detailed information here regarding the conference).


September 15
September 20
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Technical University Munich (TUM)
HS 1 Hörsaal/lecture hall 1, Boltzmannstraße 15
Garching, Berlin 85748 Germany
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