Studies of the first interstellar object

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One of our colleagues, prof. UAM Piotr A. Dybczyński, was invited to join an international team, which shall study 1I/’Oumuamua. This rocky body of hundreds of metres size is the first asteroid which came to us from the outside of … Continued

New map of the Milky Way

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The biggest and the most accurate up to now new map of our Galaxy – Milky Way – will be created thanks to the data gathered by the cosmic telescope Gaia. The release of the new catalogue (DR2) containing important … Continued

PhD scholarship within National Science Center project

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Applications are invited for a PhD student scholarship at the Institute Astronomical Observatory, Faculty of Physics, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland. PhD student will work within the National Science Center project “Inner Main Belt V-type asteroids as tracers of differentiated … Continued

New NCN / Sonata13 grant for asteroid research

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Our Institute received 730,000 PLN funding in the Sonata-13 competition of the National Science Center, for the implementation of the project entitled “Inner Main Belt V-type asteroids as tracers of differentiated planetesimals”. During the project a comprehensive study of basaltic … Continued

An-li Tsai, a new employee of AOI

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On 11 January 2018 dr. An-li Tsai started as a postdoc at the Observatory. She will work with dr. Michał Michałowski within the research project „PanDust: everything you always wanted to know about cosmic dust” funded by the National Science … Continued

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