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The huge “Y” in the atmosphere of Venus due to a wave distorted by the wind
 
The huge “Y” in the atmosphere of Venus due to a wave distorted by the wind

24/02/2015

When observed in the ultraviolet range, Venus’ atmosphere reveals to be covered by a dark Y-shaped cloud whose origin and evolution have remained unexplained up to date

 
The origin of the magnetic field covering the Sun has been discovered
 
The origin of the magnetic field covering the Sun has been discovered

19/02/2015

High resolution observations using the HINODE satellite reveal the existence of small magnetic elements inside solar supergranules

 
JUPITER, a laboratory for studying exoplanets
 
JUPITER, a laboratory for studying exoplanets

18/02/2015

Its atmosphere has been analized during an eclipse of Ganymede, the third satellite of the gas giant

 
 
Stellar explosions in an ever-changing environment

02/03/2015

The IAA researcher Christina Thöne chairs a focus meeting on stellar explosions within the triennial meeting of the International Astronomical Union (IAU)

 

IAA-CSIC Publications

IAA-CSIC Publications Full Archive

Olkin, CB  (IAA-CSIC author: Morales, N.; Ortiz, J. L.)
 
Chaufray, JY  (IAA-CSIC author: Gonzalez-Galindo, F.; Lopez-Valverde, M. A.)
 
Inverted-conical light guide for crosstalk reduction in tightly-packed scintillator matrix and MAPMT assembly; Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment; 771; 2015
Chang Y.-Y.  (IAA-CSIC author: Castro-Tirado, A.J.; Jeong, S.)
 
Glatthor, N  (IAA-CSIC author: Funke, B.)
 
Barcelo C.  (IAA-CSIC author: Barceló, C.; Carballo-Rubio, R.)