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 in collaboration with National Geographic Portugal. Read more
An international team, with the participation of the Institute of Astrophysics and Space Sciences (IA), suggests that the mass of black holes increases with the scale of the Universe. Read more
There’s a colossus at the heart of Milky Way. IA researchers and collaborators take us on to the territories of gravity, high energy physics, and cosmology. Read more
The Lisbon's 2022 Book Fair will have more Space. Attend talks on black holes, or discoveries on other worlds, and, next to Gradiva Publications stands, see planets through the telescope, or join family activities.
Like any other galaxy, the Milky Way is very different from what it was. Discover how a galactic archeologist tries to reveal its past, with Tiago Campante, of IA and University of Porto. Read more
Like any other galaxy, this enormous group of stars, gas and dust that we call Milky Way is today very different from what it was in a distant past. Discover how a galactic archeologist tries to reveal its past.