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The huge “Y” in the atmosphere of Venus due to a wave distorted by the wind
 
The huge “Y” in the atmosphere of Venus due to a wave distorted by the wind

24/02/2015

When observed in the ultraviolet range, Venus’ atmosphere reveals to be covered by a dark Y-shaped cloud whose origin and evolution have remained unexplained up to date

 
The origin of the magnetic field covering the Sun has been discovered
 
The origin of the magnetic field covering the Sun has been discovered

19/02/2015

High resolution observations using the HINODE satellite reveal the existence of small magnetic elements inside solar supergranules

 
JUPITER, a laboratory for studying exoplanets
 
JUPITER, a laboratory for studying exoplanets

18/02/2015

Its atmosphere has been analized during an eclipse of Ganymede, the third satellite of the gas giant

 
Stars akin to the sun also explode when they die
 
Stars akin to the sun also explode when they die

16/02/2015

IRAS 15103-5754, a star observed as it was turning into a planetary nebula, yields new clues as to the death of stars akin to the sun

 
The highest plume ever observed on Mars
 
The highest plume ever observed on Mars

16/02/2015

Researchers are studying images of a mysterious bulge that rose up more than 200 km from the surface

 
The characteristics of the multiple star "sigma Orionis" are determined
 
The characteristics of the multiple star "sigma Orionis" are determined

27/01/2015

A detailed study on the multiple star system led by Spanish astrophysicists has identified the period, mass and emission of high energy photons of the main stars of the system

 
Rosetta mission yields most accurate and integral picture of a comet ever
 
Rosetta mission yields most accurate and integral picture of a comet ever

22/01/2015

Science magazine publishes special edition on findings of Rosetta, on orbit around comet 67P Churyumov-Gerasimenko since August 2014

 
A universal comb
 
A universal comb

10/12/2014

Optical frequency comb allows more accurate astronomical observations

 
IAA-CSIC is co-managing an instrument that will orbit around the Sun on board the Solar Orbiter mission (ESA)
 
IAA-CSIC is co-managing an instrument that will orbit around the Sun on board the Solar Orbiter mission (ESA)

11/11/2014

Solar Orbiter (ESA) will travel around the Sun to study both solar physics and the Sun’s influence on the interplanetary medium, using instruments of local measurement as well as remote surveyal

 
The GLORIA Project makes available to internet users 13 robotic telescopes in three continents
 
The GLORIA Project makes available to internet users 13 robotic telescopes in three continents

10/11/2014

GLORIA, which uses copyleft licenses for the free distribution of its contents and materials, is supported by the Ciziten Science program of the European Union