Ole Möller

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Large current and future surveys, like the Two degree Field survey (2dF), the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) and the proposed Kilo-Degree Survey (KIDS) are likely to provide us with many new strong gravitational lenses. Taking cosmological parameters as known, we calculate the expected lensing statistics of the galaxy population in large, low-redshift(More)
In the CDM scenario, dark matter halos are assembled hierarchically from smaller subunits. A long-standing problem with this picture is that the number of sub-halos predicted by CDM simulations is orders of magnitudes higher than the known number of satellite galaxies in the vicinity of the Milky Way. A plausible way out of this problem could be that the(More)
Observations of early-type galaxies, both in the local universe and in clusters at medium redshifts, suggest that these galaxies often contain discs or disc-like structures. Using the results of Kelson et al. (2000) for the incidence of disc-components among the galaxies in the redshift z = 0.33 cluster CL 1358+62, we investigate the effect of disc(More)
The nature of 0 + excitations, especially in transitional and deformed nuclei, has attracted new attention. Following a recent experiment studying 158 Gd, we investigated a large group of nuclei in the rare-earth region with the (p, t) pickup reaction using the Q3D magnetic spectrograph at the University of Munich MP tandem accelerator laboratory. Outgoing(More)
Lifetimes of prolate intruder states in 186Pb and oblate intruder states in 194Po have been determined by employing, for the first time, the recoil-decay tagging technique in recoil distance Doppler-shift lifetime measurements. In addition, lifetime measurements of prolate states in 188Pb up to the 8+ state were carried out using the recoil-gating method.(More)
There are a number of theoretical and observational hints that large numbers of low-mass galaxies composed entirely of dark matter exist in the field. The theoretical considerations follow from the prediction of cold dark matter theory that there exist many low-mass galaxies for every massive one. The observational considerations follow from the observed(More)
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