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New study reveals that big galaxies grow by cannibalizing smaller ones
2.jpg A new study led by an astronomer from Shanghai Astronomical Observatory (SHAO) has found evidence revealing a cosmic cannibalizing event --- M81, one of the nearest massive galaxies, is eating two neighboring smaller galaxies and continues to grow. “This is the first endeavor beyond the Local Gr...
APSG 2015 International Symposium Held in Russia
1.jpg APSG 2015 International Symposium of Asia-Pacific Space Geodynamics (APSG) Program, was successfully held in Moscow, capital of the Russian Federation, 24-28 August, 2015. Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, Chinese Academy of Sciences is one of the
Scientific Progress
SHAO’s progress on the second transitional pulsar binary [2015.09.06]
Long term apparent inward motion in the jet of a blazar 3C 66A is discovered [2015.05.21]
A “grand banquet” of science communication organized by SHAO--- Seminar entitle... [2015.04.16]
New research progress in spin alignments of spiral galaxies within the large-scal... [2015.03.23]
Miao Li - Supernova feedback: how is the gas regulated on sub-galactic scale? [2015.09.15]
How Do Massive Stars Have Super-Eddington Luminosity without Blowing Away the Env... [2015.08.28]
Radiation MHD Simulations of Black Hole Accretion Disks - Yanfei Jiang [2015.08.27]
Triaxial halos and discs: red versus blue galaxies [2015.06.23]
The 4th China-U.S. Workshop on Radio Astronomy Science and Technology
The Chinese Annual Astronomy/Astrophysics Meeting First Announcement
The EAVN Tiger Team face-to-face meeting (SHAO-HQ, July 29 2014)
The 2014 Spaceborne Earth Observations and Global Change Workshop and Summer School (First Circular)
SHAO was formally established in 1962 following the amalgamation of the former Xujiahui (originally spelt Zi-Ka-Wei) and Sheshan observatories, which were founded by the French Mission Catholique in 1872 and 1900 respectively.
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