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Study discards possibility that type Ia supernovae might stem from explosions of white dwarfs nourished by normal stars. Were these conclusions to become generalized, type Ia supernovae might no longer serve as “standard candles” to measure astronomical distances
Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, destination of ESA’s Rosetta mission, seems to consist of two parts
Venus’ atmosphere rotates up to sixty times faster than its surface, a phenomenon known as superrotation whose origin hast yet to be satisfactorily explained
Four outreach talks will be framed in "The origins" cicle, organized by the Ateneo de Granada cultural association in colaboration with the IAA
At the request of the Institute of Astrophysics of Andalusia (IAA-CSIC), Dr. Phineas Nkunda Bakura from the University of Rwanda gives a lecture at the SEA XI scientific meeting in Teruel.