Astronaut Pedro Duque to speak at the UAB

As part of International Asteroid Day, the Institute of Space Sciences (CSIC-IEEC) and the UAB Research Park will be offering a conference by Pedro Duque [view]

Astronaut Pedro Duque to speak at the UAB

PAUCam is ready to study the dark energy

After seven years of hard work, PAUCam, an astronomical camera designed and built by several Spanish institutions, has seen its first light. [view]

PAUCam is ready to study the dark energy

The PAUcam has been completed

The PAUCam is a large field of view optical camera to be mounted at the prime focus of the William Herschel Telescope (WHT) at La Palma. [view]

The PAUcam has been completed

I Astronomy Festival of Montseny

On 23 and 24 May there is an opportunity for all astronomy fans to gather together at the Environmental Park of Gualba. [view]

I Astronomy Festival of Montseny

La Palma, candidate to headquarter the CTA network

The network will consist of 100 Cherenkov telescopes distributed between the two hemispheres for the detection of high-energy radiation. [view]

La Palma, candidate to headquarter the CTA network

Observed formation of a stellar jet in real time

The observation over eighteen years shows the gestation of the matter ejection through a bipolar jet in the early life of a massive star. [view]

Observed formation of a stellar jet in real time

The origin of Annama meteorit is determined

An international team led by the Institute of Space Sciences (CSIC-IEEC) has determined the orbit of Annama, a new characterized meteorite. [view]

The origin of Annama meteorit is determined

Sergei Odintsov, Outstanding Referee'15

The American Physical Society (APS) has selected the ICREA researcher among the 142 Outstanding Referees. [view]

Sergei Odintsov, Outstanding Referee'15

Dark matter could be a Sun component

Scientists have shown the existence of dark matter that could explain most of the unknowns associated with the "problem of solar composition" [view]

Dark matter could be a Sun component

Discovery of lithium in a stellar explosion

Nova explosions are one of the predicted stellar factories of lithium, but this element had never been detected in these stars until now. [view]

Discovery of lithium in a stellar explosion

A Black hole gamma-ray lightning

The scientists explain this phenomenon by a mechanism similar to that producing lightning in a stor [view]

A Black hole gamma-ray lightning

Discovery of a new class of pulsating stars

The study has been published in Nature. [view]

Discovery of a new class of pulsating stars
Monday
17.aug.2015 - 21.aug.2015
Category: conference
Place: Stockholm University, Department of Astronomy, AlbaNova University Centre, Roslagstullsbacken 21, 106 91 Stockholm, Sweden
11-06-2015
After seven years of hard work, PAUCam, an astronomical camera designed and built by several Spanish institutions in the framework of the PAU project (Physics on the Accelerating Universe) whose main aim is to study the dark energy of the Universe, has se
29-05-2015
S'inicia el projecte ASTERICS, finançat amb 15 milions d'euros per la Unió Europea, per coordinar recursos i distribuir les dades massives que generarà l’astronomia europea. El projecte també farà possible l'accés obert a les dades astronòmiques europees
14-05-2015
In 2013, astronomers discovered a neutron star with a huge and powerful magnetic field near the supermassive black hole is at the center of the Milky Way. Now measurements with several space telescopes have discovered that this star cools much more slowly
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