In the podcast Palavra de Cientista, Sílvia Vicente shows us the importance of the most recent images of the Orion Nebula by the James Webb Space Telescope. Read more
On the 12th of July, the first image captured by the James Webb Space Telescope was released. José Afonso and Nuno Peixinho, from the IA, were interviewed in Antena 1 and explained us a bit more about this revolutionary telescope. Read more
The new James Webb space telescope, the largest ever placed in Space, will reveal a sharper, deeper and older Universe. In this session, with Questions & Answers, researchers from IAstro will talk about the science that this new telescope will enable, linked to research by Portuguese scientists.
How to plan, design and build instruments to be used in astronomy? Between the curiosity about the Universe and high precision engineering, listen to Alexandre Cabral, of IAstro, in conversation at Antena 1 (in Portuguese). Read more
The new James Webb space telescope is a jewel of technology, and starting from 2022 will reveal a sharper, deeper and older Universe. Its main window of observation is infrared light, produced by warm or cool bodies and environments, targets of many lines of research by the Portuguese scientific community. Read more
What will we see, discover and learn, with the James Webb Space Telescope, about the distant objects at the edges of the Solar System? Nuno Peixinho, of IA and University of Coimbra, talked to Fundação Francisco Manuel do Santos (in Portuguese). Read more