Home ContactSitemap CAS中文
Brief Introduction
Research Groups
Scientific Progress
CAS Members
Research Fields
Center for Astro-geodynamics
Center for Galaxy and Cosmology
DRAST (Division of Radio Astronomy Science and Technology )
High Technology Laboratories

The Location of SHAO
The Nearest High Velocity Stars Revealed by LAMOST Data Release 1
155d.jpg Chinese astronomers have reported the discovery of 28 candidate high-velocity stars, stars that whizz around so fast that they may escape from the Milky Way galaxy. The superfast moving stars are found at distances of up to one third ofthe distance to the center of our Milky Way, with speeds in e...
The 3rd International Gravity Field Service General Assembly (IGFS2014)
IGFS1.jpg The 3rd International Gravity Field Service General Assembly (IGFS2014) was held in Shanghai, June 30th - July 6th, 2014, at the Shanghai Astronomical Observatory (SHAO), Chinese Academy of Sciences, which was devoted to methods for observing, estimating and interpreting the Earth gravity field...
Scientific Progress
The Nearest High Velocity Stars Revealed by LAMOST Data Release 1 [2014.07.15]
Shanghai 25meter radio telescope enjoy the 10Gbps internet express way [2013.04.13]
Prof. Willem A. Baan awarded “Visiting Professor of the CAS” [2013.03.28]
Shanghai 65-Meter Radio Telescope Sees the First Light [2012.10.27]
The European-Chinese MESSIER satellite: unveiling galaxy formation [2014.08.06]
Planetary Systems around Cool Stars [2014.07.22]
Relativistic Partice-in-Cell Studies of Magnetically Dominated Outflows [2014.07.18]
Asymmetries in Protoplanetary Transition Disks [2014.07.17]
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)
8th IVS General Meeting, March 2-7, 2014, Shanghai, China
The 3rd International Gravity Field Service(IGFS) General Assembly June 30-July 6,2014,shanghai,China
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.
ShanghaiTech University
IAU Home Page
IVS Home Page
MPA Home Page
CADC Home Page
NASA Home Page
NOAO Home Page
NAOC Home Page
Astronomical Data Center
Purple Mountain Observatory

Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, All Rights Reserved
80 Nandan Road, Shanghai 200030, China
Tel: +86-21-64386191 Email:shao@shao.ac.cn