Activities

Upcoming activities

IA Summer Program 2024

How for do you dare to go? IA Summer Program is your gateway to Space. Targeted at university students. From 8 to 26 July. Applications due by 3 June.
Free entrance

Past activities

The Universe in the Lisbon Book Fair 2024

Under the usual partnership with Gradiva publishing, IA organises several activities during the Lisbon Book Fair 2024, among family hands-on activities and talks with scientists.
Free entrance

What hides in the light?
The Euclid telescope and the invisible Universe

The Euclid telescope will produce the largest map of the sky in three dimensions. In this session we will learn about the new images, among the largest ever made of the Universe, and get a deeper understanding of its first discoveries.
Free entrance

8th Concentration of Telescopes in Moimenta da Beira

The 8th Concentration of Telescopes in Moimenta da Beira will bring together the largest number of telescopes to observe the stars more closely, and IA is a partner in the event.

Since the dawn of time
Here, in the Universe series

On the fourth and last talk of the series “Aqui, no Universo”, Fábio Silva, of Bournemouth University, and Luís Tirapicos, of Ciências Ulisboa, will present archaeoastronomy, the science that studies the many meanings it had, across the ages, the expression “to understand the Universe and our place in it”.
Free entrance

Beyond light
Here, in the Universe series

On the third talk of the series “Aqui, no Universo”, Lara Sousa, of IA, and Sofia Andringa, of LIP, will tune the Universe through alternative channels to light, that complement the images produced with telescopes, and reveal the stories of the invisible Universe that are yet to be told.
Free entrance

Excess of light
Here, in the Universe series

On the second talk of the series “Aqui, no Universo”, Raul Cerveira Lima, of IA, and Martin Pawley, of the Astronomical Group of La Coruña Ío, talk about light, its excesses, and the simple ways individuals, institutions, architecture and urbanism can preserve our contact with the night sky.
Free entrance

The earth under the light of other planets
Here, in the Universe series

Opening up the series “Aqui, no Universo” (here, in the Universe), at Culturgest, Pedro Machado, of IA, and Ricardo Trigo, of Instituto Dom Luiz, cross-reference the comparative study of the atmospheres in other planets with the susceptible and complex variability of Earth climate.
Free entrance