Araucaria members explain our scientific work in episode 117 of Polish outreach series about astronomy, Astronarium.
Join the Araucaria Project! We are looking for a postdoc fellow with an observational background, who is eager to work in Warsaw, Poland, on pulsating stars and eclipsing binaries.
After ups and downs of 2020, it’s time for an amazing year 2021. How do we know it’s going to be like this? Because the future with our colleagues, collaborators and friends can only...
So far the Araucaria Project has been focusing on distances in our local Universe, but we dared to make a bold leap much, much farther…
We are happy to welcome Mradumay Sadh – a new PhD student in Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center, Warsaw, Poland.
We are happy to welcome dr. Ksenia Suchomska in Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center, Warsaw, Poland.
This exact day 15 years ago we published a paper that became a setting stone for our long-lasting project on improving the calibration of the cosmic distance scale in the local Universe.
We present reddening maps of the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds, based on color measurements of the red clump stars.
Surprising discovery of non-pulsating stars residing inside the instability of LMC Cepheids is further examined with the help of Strömgren photometry.
We are happy to welcome a new post-doc fellow in Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center, Warsaw, Poland.