March 7th 2019
Result from a scientific outreach activity, developed with the Universidad de Sevilla through the Group of Interdisciplinary Physics, based in the Higher Technical School of Engineering, that consists in the generation and edition of a set of videos that allows us to appreciate the true three-dimensional disposition of the sets of stars that we call constellations. As seen from the Earth, they seem to be drawn on the celestial dome and evoke figures of animals or imaginary beings. However, the stars that compose them are not small bright spots, but gigantic bodies emitting large amounts of energy in the form of electromagnetic radiation. Located at enormous distances from each other, the stars form groups that can only be understood correctly if they are seen in 3D.
August 7th 2018
After the total lunar eclipse of July 27th and Mars opposition on July 31st, this summer 2018 brings another spectacular phenomenon visible to the naked eye, easily observable from Calar Alto, and surroundings, by mid-August: the Perseid meteor shower.
Calar Alto Astronomical Center, CSIC and University of Seville sign an action protocol to promote educational and scientific-technological activities in the field of astronomy.
May 31st 2018
Calar Alto Observatory, CSIC and University of Seville sign an action protocol to promote educational and scientific-technological activities in the field of astronomy.
With this protocol, University of Seville, CSIC (through the Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía) and Calar Alto Astronomical Center agree developing a joint plan of academic, scientific, technical and social activities, as a reflection of their commitment with the outreach and the progress of the Astronomy in the university and social sphere.
May 8th 2018
Astrophotography exhibition at University of Almería and winners of the III Calar Alto Contest Astrophotography and Time-Lapse 2018
Calar Alto Observatory starts a program of academic collaboration, student integration and scientific outreach
April 27th 2018
The Centro Astronómico Hispano-Alemán of Calar Alto (CAHA, MPG/CSIC), starts a program of academic and outreach activities together with the University of Almería and the Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía (IAA-CSIC).
Calar Alto Observatory (CAHA) has signed a collaboration agreement with the Insituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía (IAA-CSIC) and the University of Almería in order to develop a combined plan of academic and outreach activities, in both the universitary world and the social scope in the province of Almería.
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