The new exhibition ‘AstrónomAs’ focuses on women who have dedicated their nights and days to the study of astronomy.
Our app selection to introduce you to the world of astronomy are:
From the Institute of Cosmos Sciences of the University of Barcelona (ICCUB) we are very pleased to announce the winners of the drawing contest “Draw your own Asteroid!” 2021.
Calendar of activities
The existence of dark matter in the Universe has been corroborated by a great diversity of observations.
ICCUB-IEEC researcher Teresa Antoja will be next Friday, November 10, at the Museum of Science and Cosmos in Tenerife to talk about collisions between galaxies and galactic cannibalism.
ICCUB-IEEC’s researcher Josep Manel Carrasco participates in the Science Space of the radio programme “La República Santboiana” of ràdio Sant Boi last Wednesday, April 20. In the programme, the astronomer talks about the furthest and oldest star known to humankind: Earendel. Its light began its journey when the Universe was merely 900 million years old.
Solar Orbiter’s latest images show the full Sun in unprecedented detail.
Today, Friday, March 4th, the Chinese mission Chang’e 5-T1 spaceship will impact on the surface of the Moon. Specifically, the collision will take place at 1:25:58 pm on the dark side of the Moon so it will not be observable from Earth.
ICCUB-IEEC’s researcher Josep Manel Carrasco gave an interview at the radio programme “La República Santboiana” (Ràdio Sant Boi) on February 2nd, where he discussed various astronomical news.