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  • Scientists aim to trace evolution of the universe.

    An astronomical effort both in the literal and figurative sense, the ALHAMBRA (Advanced Large, Homogeneous Area Medium Band Redshift Astronomical) survey aims to take a deeper look at how the universe has evolved over the last ten thousand… Read more

  • Scientists identify and classify more than half a million galaxies.

    Researchers have identified and classified more than half a million galaxies, after seven years of close observation of the universe from the Observatory of Calar Alto (CAHA, Almeria) and a technique that is able to break the stars’… Read more

  • Astrónomos españoles publican el catálogo de galaxias más detallado.

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  • Unprecedented sky survey maps galactic evolution.

    The ALHAMBRA project, led by researchers from the Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía and in which the University of Valencia has participated, has identified and classified more than half a million galaxies, after seven years… Read more

  • Un catálogo de galaxias del espacio profundo traza la evolución del Universo.

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  • Publicado el catálogo más detallado de galaxias del espacio profundo.

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  • More Than Half A Million Galaxies Identified And Classified By The ALHAMBRA Project.

    The ALHAMBRA project, led by researchers from the Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía and in which the University of Valencia has participated, has identified and classified more than half a million galaxies, after seven years… Read more

  • The most detailed catalogue of galaxies to trace the evolution of the universe during the last 10,000 million years.

    The ALHAMBRA project, led by researchers from the Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía, has identified and classified more than half a million galaxies, after seven years of close observation of the universe from the Observatory… Read more

  • Most Detailed Catalog of Galaxies Traces Evolution of the Universe During Last 10,000 Million Years.

    The ALHAMBRA mapping represents an ambitious scientific project that has mobilised scientists from sixteen research institutes. Led by Mariano Moles (CEFCA) and developed in the Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía (IAA-CSIC)… Read more

  • Un mapa lleno de color

    Un equipo de investigadores de diferentes centros de investigación españoles, junto con algunos astrónomos de otros países, liderados por Mariano Moles, del Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía… Read more

  • Un equipo del CSIC realiza un cartografiado cósmico que permitirá reconstruir la historia del Universo

      Un equipo internacional de investigadores liderado por el astrónomo Mariano Moles del CSIC realiza un cartografiado cósmico a gran escala que permitirá reconstruir el 90% de la historia del Universo. El… Read more

  • La hoja de ruta del Universo

      Un equipo internacional de investigadores, encabezado por el astrónomo del Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) Mariano Moles, está llevando a cabo desde el observatorio de Calar Alto, en… Read more

  • La grandiosa galaxia espiral M74 en una noche mala

      El proyecto ALHAMBRA, cuyo Investigador Principal es el Profesor Mariano Moles (Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía, Granada) y que se desarrolla con el telescopio de 3.5 m del Observatorio de… Read more

  • El ALHAMBRA Survey, un cartografiado cósmico

      Un equipo de 70 investigadores de todo el mundo, liderados por Mariano Moles del Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía en Granada, está llevando a cabo en Calar Alto (Alméria) un cartografiado… Read more

  • ALHAMBRA: the history of the Universe, at sight

    A team of researchers from institutes all over the world and led by Mariano Moles (Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía, CSIC), is currently undertaking a large scale survey at Calar Alto that will reveal 90%… Read more

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