Science News

icon An ancient brown dwarf in our cosmic neighbourhood
icon Possible evidence of planet formation found in the Orion Nebula
icon Astronomers discover a "black widow" binary star system with the shortest orbital period known
icon Astronomers observe potential magnetic flip around a supermassive black hole
icon Powerful warm winds discovered during a neutron star eruption
icon Astronomers find in the Milky Way an unusual blue supergiant star travelling at high velocity
icon IAC scientists complete an unprecedented study of the masses of over 500 clusters of galaxies
icon The mystery of the brightest planetary nebulae
icon Astronomers discover first supernova explosion of a Wolf-Rayet star
icon A primitive stellar structure helps us to unravel the earliest phases of the Milky Way
icon Distinct pulses captured in the giant magnetic flare from a neutron star
icon Solving the enigma of the brightest planetary nebulae
icon Astronomers discover ancient brown dwarf with lithium deposits intact
icon Detection of TiO and Na in the atmosphere of the hot Jupiter HAT-P-65b
icon High-speed propeller star is fastest spinning white dwarf
icon Images from the Hubble Space Telescope and GRANTECAN help to show how the first galaxies were formed
icon The Gran Telescopio Canarias helps astronomers to identify the home of the second closest extragalactic fast radio burst
icon The massive star that barely shone upon death

Telescope News

icon EMIR CSU degradation
icon The educational programme "Our students and the Roque de los Muchachos" is starting up again
icon OSIRIS First Light at Cassegrain Focus
icon First steps for OSIRIS at Cassegrain Focus
icon The Visitor Centre at the Roque de los Muchachos and the Starmus Festival: two gateways to the Universe and to the recovery of La Palma
icon New Maintenance Platform (HMP) arrives at GTC
icon OSIRIS migration to Cassegrain Focus
icon MIRADAS Laboratory First Light
icon MAAT: new "eyes" for the OSIRIS instrument of the Gran Telescopio Canarias (GTC)
icon Cabinet approves signing of MoU between India, Spain for scientific and technical collaborations in astronomy
icon New focal station received at GTC
icon The number of visitors to GRANTECAN is greater than 10,000 per year and a new surround exhibit is opened
icon GTC Phase-3: a new tool for user proposal management
icon GRANTECAN opens its doors to its observing nights
icon Call for the next generation of instruments for the Gran Telescopio Canarias
icon Agreement between the GTC and the National Astronomical Observatories of China

The Gran Telescopio CANARIAS (GTC), is a 10.4m telescope with a segmented primary mirror. It is located in one of the top astronomical sites in the Northern Hemisphere: the Observatorio del Roque de los Muchachos (ORM, La Palma, Canary Islands). The GTC is a Spanish initiative led by the Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias (IAC). The project is actively supported by the Spanish Government and the Local Government from the Canary Islands through the European Funds for Regional Development (FEDER) provided by the European Union. The project also includes the participation of Mexico (Instituto de Astronomía de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (IA-UNAM) and Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica, Óptica y Electrónica (INAOE), and the US University of Florida.

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