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The Association of Women Researchers and Technologists of Andalusia, Andalusia Flag Award

26/02/2015

IAA researcher Josefa Masegosa, current president of the association, received the award yesterday in Granada

 
 
OSIRIS Team gathered in Granada

18/02/2015

Researchers involved in the development and scientific exploitation of the imaging system aboard the Rosetta mission meet at the IAA

 
 
CALIFA: The past of the galaxies

18/02/2015

How can we know the past and evolution of galaxies ? Could we talk about a galactic paleontology ? New video in Deconstruting Light

 
 
CARMENES event at the IAA

06/02/2015

Next Tuesday, February 10 , there will be a brief musical performance by Antonio Arias ( Lagartija Nick -voice , guitar and low- ) and Daniel Guirado ( Pajaro Jack -Keypad and choirs ) in the auditorium of the Institute Astrophysics of Andalusia.

 
 
XMM-Newton and Hubble view of Jupiter’s Ghost

03/02/2015

This image of the planetary nebula NGC 3242, obtained by an international team including IAA researchers, is published as ESA Space Science image of the week

 
 
The sky over our heads

27/01/2015

Between the light of the sun and our heads , there are a set of gaseous layers composed of different chemical species and it extend over 100 kilometers: the atmosphere.

 
 
ESO- GAIA : Mapping the impossible

13/01/2015

"Mapping the Milky Way is like trying to get the complete map of London unable to leave Trafalgar Square". This is one of the objectives of the space mission GAIA, one of the most ambitious of the European Space Agency in recent decades.

 
 
Mars. The methane question

23/12/2014

is there methane in Mars? What is the origin of Mars' methane? NOMAD-EXOMARS is the key to solve the methane question.

 
 
CARMENES: Distant planets

17/12/2014

CARMENES [kár-men-es] (Calar Alto high-Resolution search for M dwarfs with Exoearths with Near-infrared and optical Échelle Spectrographs) is a next-generation instrument being built for the 3.5m telescope at the Calar Alto Observatory by a consortium of German and Spanish institutions.

 
 
GRBs: Explosions in the Sky

16/12/2014

Eight billion years ago a brutal explosion erupts in the universe. Eight billion years after an investigator mobile sounds.