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Searching the predecessor of the merging galaxy
On a clear night in 1785 , William Herschel used his own telescope to observe as usual .The difference is that this night he found a very unusual celestial object in Corvus ( the Antennae Galaxy , Fig .Since then , such kind of celestial objects , called the merging galaxies , have fascinated cou...
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Astronomers Capture First Image of a Black Hole— Chinese astronomers contribute to paradigm-shifting observations of...
The Event Horizon Telescope ( EHT ) — a planet-scale array of eight ground-based radio telescopes forged through international collaboration — was designed to capture images of a black hole .Today , in coordinated press conferences across the globe , EHT researchers reveal that they have succee...
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Scientific Progress
Succeed or Fail? Fate of the Jet after GW170817 is Discovered [2019.03.12]
CALL FOR PROPOSALS TIANMA RADIO TELESCOPE [2019.01.15]
SHAO Researchers Discovered a Month-long QPO in Gamma-ray of a Blazar [2018.11.27]
Has Juno solved the mysterious origin of the Jupiter’s zonal winds? [2018.09.06]
Seminars
Internal structure and interior composition of Jupiter from JUNO [2019.07.19]
Temporal Gravity Field Recovery from Swarm Constellation High-Low GPS Tracking Data [2019.07.04]
Origins of (sub)millimeter disk polarization [2019.07.02]
Saturn’s magnetic field and interior revealed by the Cassini Grand Finale [2019.05.24]
Colloquia
The importance of telescopes of all sizes, from small to extremely large:
International Workshop on GNSS Ionosphere (IWGI2018), Nov 4-6, 2018, Shanghai
EVN Technical Operations Group Meeting
APSG-2017 1st Announcement
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