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We are hiring! We are hiring at JIVE! Three positions available: Support Scientist (postdoc), Near-field VLBI Scientist (postdoc), and Science Communications Officer. Applications must be received by March 1st 2021.


Extreme collision of stellar winds occur-ring in the heart of the cosmic serpent Apep is a stellar system named after the Egyptian god of chaos due to the spiral pattern of dust generated by its two member stars. Now, as-tronomers have looked at Apep’s heart with the highest resolution avai-lable. They have revealed the strongest shock produced by the collision of the extreme winds of the two stars in our Galaxy.


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