Creation date: 08.09.2017,   Archive date: 08.09.2017
SST-1M First Light

Camera image of the SST-1M first detected gamma-ray On Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017, a prototype telescope proposed for the Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA), the ... more »

Creation date: 30.08.2017,   Archive date: 30.08.2017
Recovery of nova spotted by ancient Koreans illuminates many stages of star system's life cycle

On a cold March night in Seoul almost 600 years ago, Korean astrologers spotted a bright ... more »

Creation date: 01.06.2017,   Archive date: 01.06.2017
GW170104: a third detection of gravitational waves emitted by a binary black hole system

Results confirm new population of black holes

A third detection of gravitational waves, ripples in space ... more »

Creation date: 18.04.2017,   Archive date: 18.04.2017
Long period binary in NGC 1360

Whether planetary nebulae (PNe) are predominantly the product of binary stellar evolution as some population synthesis ... more »

Creation date: 20.03.2017,   Archive date: 20.03.2017
Unstable Standard Candles

Classical Cepheids are among the most important variable stars. As primary distance indicators, they are of ... more »

Creation date: 31.01.2017,   Archive date: 31.01.2017
PF120916 Piecki fireball and Reszel meteorite fall

On September 12, 2016, at 21:44:07 UT, a -9.2 mag fireball appeared over ... more »

Creation date: 26.01.2017,   Archive date: 26.01.2017
Spiral galaxies in the Virgo cluster

Spiral galaxies are the most common and well-studied type of galaxies in the Universe. In spite ... more »

Creation date: 16.12.2016,   Archive date: 16.12.2016
BRITE-Constellation: First Scientific Results

BRIght Target Explorer (BRITE) Constellation is the first nanosatellite mission applied to astrophysicalresearch. The BRITE ... more »

Creation date: 28.11.2016,   Archive date: 28.11.2016
The structure of Andromeda II

The Andromeda II dwarf galaxy is a companion of M31, one of a few tens of ... more »

Creation date: 17.11.2016,   Archive date: 17.11.2016
Blazar sequence revealed in optical polarization

Black holes in active galaxies not only swallow matter, but they can also spurt it with ... more »

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