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The IAA-CSIC in the European Researchers Night 2014


The IAA-CSIC participates in the European Researchers Night 2014

Observa las Perseidas desde Sierra Nevada con investigadores del IAA


This activity is part of the program 'Discover the Sky from Sierra Nevada' coordinated by Cetursa and will take place on August 13

Two asteroids, named in honor of researchers from the IAA


The Minor Planet Center recognizes the work of René Duffard and Pablo Santos in the study of small bodies in the Solar System

Three faces of a comet


New images of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko reveal an irregular shape

Assembly phase of CARMENES instrument


The fundamental science objective of CARMENES is to carry out a survey of 300 stars with the goal of detecting low-mass planets in their habitable zones.

The IAA-CSIC in the XXI National Congress of Amateur Astronomy


The IAA-CSIC in the XXI National Congress of Amateur Astronomy

How do galaxies form and evolve?


The Calar Alto Legacy Integral Field Area Survey (CALIFA) is observing a sample of 600 galaxies using the Calar Alto 3.5 m telescope. The survey will be completed in the coming months

How a mission is born (comic version)


The comic tells the adventure of MarcoPolo-R, a mission under study by the European Space Agency (ESA)

Rosetta woke up!


The Rosetta probe has awakened from hibernation. The event has been emitted live from the Parque de las Ciencias in Granada with the participation of the IAA-CSIC

Wake up, Rosetta


On Monday 20 Rosetta will wake up after nine days in hibernation. The IAA participates in a number of outreach activities to publicize the mission.