2017 Nobel Prize in Physics
for observation of Gravitational Waves

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Trip to Assi Turgen:
On 13th-17th of November ECL members and Nazarbayev University SST (Physics) Master’s student Magzhan Kistaubayev visited Tien-Shan Astronomy Observatory. We had a collaborative work on short exposure observations with Electron Multiplied CCD (EMCCD) Cameras and tested GRB alerts receipt from NASA’s Swift spacecraft via GRB Coordinate Network.

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The Coldest place of Kazakhstan

2017 Sep. 12-  ECL achieves the title of Coldest Place EVER in Kazakhstan

Inside our newly installed Adiabatic Demagnetization refrigerator, we achieved just a few parts in one hundred of a degree above absolute zero to test superconducting super-sensitive sensors…

2017 Aug.- World Experts in Cosmology, Stellar Explosions, Superconducting

Sensors (some from NU!), gather for first international conference … [Read more here]

2017 Jul.-  ECL publishes 7th paper on gravitational lensing …  [Read more here ]