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1.jpg An English Salon by the Labour Union Group of the Center for Astro-geodynamic...     [2016-02-13]
As a part of serial activities by the labour union group of the Center for Astro-geodynamics Research, an English salon, titled “How to write and publish your papers in the top scientific journals” was held at SHAO on January 29th. Jin Shuanggen, Associate Editor of SCI IEEE TGRS, ASR and JN, E... more
1.jpg An English Salon by the Labour Union Group of the Center for Astro-geodynamic...     [2015-12-23]
As a part of serial activities by the labour union group of the Center for Astro-geodynamics Research, an English salon, titled “Health and Body Building” was held at SHAO on December 16th. Han Wenbiao, our specially invited guest, joined in the salon and shared with us his body building experi... more
1.jpg The 4th China-U.S. Workshop on Radio Astronomy Science and Technology Held in...     [2015-10-30]
National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) and Shanghai Astronomical Observatory (SHAO), CAS jointly organized the fourth in a series of China-U.S. radio astronomy workshop, entitled "Scientific and Technical Drivers for the Next Generation of Radio Telescopes." The workshop was held at SHAO in... more
1.jpg A Presentation by Dr. Michael Busch, from SETI Institute of USA     [2015-10-12]
Dr. Michael Busch, from SETI Institute of USA, gave us a splendid presentation titled “Radar Astronomy and Near-Earth Asteroids” on invitation at SHAO, 8 October, 2015. Dozens of researchers attended the presentation and made effective communications as well. more
2.jpg New study reveals that big galaxies grow by cannibalizing smaller ones     [2015-09-18]
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... more
1.jpg APSG 2015 International Symposium Held in Russia     [2015-09-15]
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 more
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