A study led by Instituto de Astrofísica e Ciências do Espaço (IA) researchers, has profound implications on the understanding of the assembly history of early-type galaxies. Ler mais
Observations made by the MUSE instrument have detected, for the first time in this type of survey, that all observed quasars had gas halos around them. Ler mais
An internacional team of the ESPRESSO consortium, lead in Portugal by the Instituto de Astrofísica e Ciências do Espaço (IA), has made the first test for ESPRESSO, the next generation high resolution spectrograph. Ler mais
Simulations made by Instituto de Astrofísica e Ciências do Espaço (IA) researchers revealed that stellar activity can influence the measurement of an exoplanet spin-orbit tilt. Ler mais
Take a tour through works of art with references to the Universe, in painting, literature, music and cinema. Ler mais
Mighty Valentina is a fictional story, inspired by the first woman astronaut to go to Space. IA carried out the scientific review of the book. Ler mais
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Participate in an online session to celebrate twenty years of the expansion of Portuguese Astronomy with ESO. From the discoveries enabled by ESO telescopes to the adventure of building astronomical instruments at the leading-edge, there is plenty to celebrate.
Discover the Universe asking questions to a panel of five IA researchers.
In this session of The Universe Online, lets discover some wonders and odd facts, in a journey around the Universe in 40 questions.
In the first session of The Universe Online, we will make a journey to the bright side of the Universe, crossing the history of galaxies.
Researchers of the Instituto de Astrofísica e Ciências do Espaço will take us on a journey from the Solar System to the edge of the Universe in five-minute presentations.
In this session of Noites no Observatório, we will cover some of the most successful methods used by astronomers to detect and characterise planets outside our Solar System.