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SHAO Researchers Discovered a Month-long QPO in Gamma-ray of a Blazar
Supposing a distant active black hole is vomiting towards you , what will you see ?Recently , a research group led by Prof . WANG Zhongxiang from Shanghai Astronomical Observatory discovered a month-long Quasi-Periodic Oscillation ( QPO ) from such a black hole .Since our viewing angle to the jet...
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Has Juno solved the mysterious origin of the Jupiter’s zonal winds?
A research team led by Dr. KONG Dali from Shanghai Astronomical Observatory (SHAO), Chinese Academy of Sciences found that multiple possibilities of zonal winds structure could exist using the Juno spacecraft’s measurements. They also present some weaknesses in the earlier influential paper publ...
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Scientific Progress
SHAO Researchers Discovered a Month-long QPO in Gamma-ray of a Blazar [2018.11.27]
Has Juno solved the mysterious origin of the Jupiter’s zonal winds? [2018.09.06]
TAP LCOGT 2017AB Call for Proposals [2017.02.03]
Research Fund for International Young Scientists Call for Proposals FY 2017 [2017.01.20]
Seminars
WISE-selected, luminous dust-obscured quasars and their host galaxies [2018.12.10]
An HI view of the nearby galaxies [2018.12.04]
The combined use of GPS and GRACE data to study glacial mass changes over Greenland [2018.11.29]
Special astrophysics colloquium (10am, 28th) [2018.11.26]
Colloquia
The importance of telescopes of all sizes, from small to extremely large:
International Workshop on GNSS Ionosphere (IWGI2018), Nov 4-6, 2018, Shanghai
EVN Technical Operations Group Meeting
APSG-2017 1st Announcement
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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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