Tag: Observation

Gansu Minqin builds an astronomical observation base in the desert

In the desert of Minqin County, Wuwei, Gansu Province, tourists gathered around telescopes to enjoy the beauty of astronomy. In recent years, Minqin County, relying on its unique natural desert landscape and high-quality dark night starry sky resources, has made efforts to create a tourist destination for popular science research in astronomy.

2020-11-20

Gansu Minqin builds an astronomical observation base in the desert

In the desert of Minqin County, Wuwei, Gansu Province, tourists gathered around telescopes to enjoy the beauty of astronomy. In recent years, Minqin County, relying on its unique natural desert landscape and high-quality dark night starry sky resources, has made efforts to create a tourist destination for popular science research in astronomy.

2020-11-19

Explore the vast interstellar space, show the power of the sky

People’s Daily-People’s Daily”China Sky Eye” panorama. Photo courtesy of the National Astronomical Observatory Schematic diagram of the polarization diversity of fast radio bursts from the magnetosphere. Image courtesy of Li Kejia Core Reading Since its official operation for 300 days, the 500-meter spherical radio telescope (FAST) known as the”China Sky Eye” has discovered more than 240 pulsars.

2020-11-06

Explore the vast interstellar space, show the power of the sky

“China Sky Eye” panorama. Photo courtesy of the National Astronomical Observatory. Schematic diagram of the polarization diversity of fast radio bursts from the magnetosphere. Image courtesy Li Kejia Core Reading Since its official operation for 300 days, the 500-meter spherical radio telescope (FAST) known as the”China Sky Eye” has discovered more than 240 pulsars. With the help of FAST, the Chinese scientific research team has quickly become the core research force in the field of international rapid radio storms.

2020-11-06

FAST officially runs for 300 days:exploring the vast interstellar space

The origin of fast radio bursts was revealed, and more than 240 pulsars were discovered, and FAST was officially in operation for 300 days-exploring the vast interstellar space. Photo courtesy of the National Astronomical Observatory. Schematic diagram of the polarization diversity of fast radio bursts from the magnetosphere.

2020-11-06

The latest research shows:China’s terrestrial ecosystems are underestimated

People’s Daily Online, Beijing, October 30 (Zhao Zhuqing)”my country’s terrestrial ecosystem has a huge carbon sequestration capacity, but it has been severely underestimated in previous studies.” The reporter learned from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences that important research results in this ecological field, Beijing In the early morning of the 29th, it was published online by the internationally renowned academic journal Nature. The research results show that from 2010 to 2016, China’s terrestrial ecosystems will absorb approximately 11.

2020-10-31

The latest research shows:China’s terrestrial ecosystems are underestimated

People’s Daily Online, Beijing, October 30 (Zhao Zhuqing)”my country’s terrestrial ecosystem has a huge carbon sequestration capacity, but it has been severely underestimated in previous studies.” The reporter learned from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences that important research results in this ecological field, Beijing In the early morning of the 29th, it was published online by the internationally renowned academic journal Nature. The research results show that from 2010 to 2016, China’s terrestrial ecosystems will absorb approximately 11.

2020-10-31

The scale of China’s orbiting remote sensing satellites has firmly ranked second in the world

“The scale of China’s remote sensing satellites in orbit has firmly ranked second in the world, and their performance is rapidly approaching or even partially surpassing the world’s advanced level. Satellite applications are transforming from experimental applications to business services.” Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, President of the Institute of Aerospace Information Innovation of the Chinese Academy of Sciences Wu Yirong gave this statement at the Third International Symposium on the Asia-Oceania Regional Integrated Earth Observation Program held on October 28.

2020-10-30