Under the collaboration between IA and National Geographic Portugal, content produced by IA researchers and science communicators on current scientific topics in the fields of Space and the Universe have been published on the digital platforms of this magazine.
Learn the origin of this concept used to count time and build the calendars we use today. Article by Daniel Folha, of IA, on National Geographic Portugal. Read more
Galaxies like to be together and socialize, sometimes to the thousands. In galaxy clusters some are dominant, but what keeps them together can’t be seen. Article by Davi Barbosa on National Geographic Portugal Read more
The most common galaxies in the Universe are also the smallest of them, and the hardest to study. They host secrets about how might have been born the great galaxies that we see today. An article by Patricio Lagos on National Geographic Portugal. Read more
There are places like this: the night falls and the sky becomes full of starlight. It isn’t that hard to find them, and there are people to help. It is really worthwhile. Do the first step, with this article under the partnership between IA and National Geographic. Read more
On a photographic safari, the equipment is essential. But if we aim to picture a black hole, first we have to know what we are looking for, and where it is hidden. Here we explain some of the strategies, in another article in partnership with National Geographic. Read more
- Ultraviolet light from massive stars may prevent the formation of giant planets
- The largest ever image of the Universe began to be photographed today
- The origin of the Leap Year
- Will this new solar maximum solve the puzzle of the Sun’s gamma-ray picture?
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