Only this week we had two talks in Polish radios about the OCA inauguration that’s happening at the end of November.
Category: News in the team
Grzegorz Pietrzyński and Pierre Kervella have been awarded a prestigious Marie Skłodowska-Curie and Pierre Curie Polish-French Science Award.
Our colleagues Weronika Narloch and Gergely Hajdu were invited by Frank Timmes to talk about their recent work as part of the AAS Journal Author Series.
Our long-time Araucarian Rolf Kudritzki has now his own asteroid, 2012 XN58 “Kudritzki”. The new name of the asteroid was announced in the Bulletin of the Working Group of Small Bodies Nomenclature, Volume 3,...
In mid-April of this year, a newly-built 0.8-m telescope saw its first light from the Tarantula Nebula in the Large Magellanic Cloud
Three new telescopes were installed in our Observatory Cerro Armazones in Chile. We documented this process with many photos!
The prize honors esteemed astronomers for their outstanding contributions to the development of astronomy in Chile.
We are happy to welcome dr. Nikki Miller in Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center, Warsaw, Poland.
We’re entering the New Year with excitement about the renovation and expansion of our Observatory Cerro Murphy (former Observatory Cerro Armazones), which is now on the final stretch. We want to wish all our...
In 2021 we’ve been busy working on a book that would summarize and highlight Araucaria’s most important scientific endeavours and their importance in the context of the extragalactic distance scale.