IAC publishing

The Science Communication and Culture Unit (UC3) is responsible for the outreach publications and material of the IAC. It seeks in this way to keep citizens informed of the various activities that the IAC organizes and to bring them closer to the fascinating science of Astronomy.

The IAC publishes regularly:

  • Popular magazines (Paralajes,...).
  • Memoria and reports.
  • A Blog "Vía Láctea, S / N" and Social Networks.
  • Factsheets and brochures about the facilities of the Canary Islands Observatories and scientific, technological, educational and outreach activities.
  • Posters and graphic supports (displays, roll-ups, banners,...) announcing scientific meetings (congreses, winter schools,...) and other outreach events.
  • Prints of astronomical images and installations.
  • Astronomical calendars.
  • Own production books & didactic units.
  • Videos.

  • ¡ASTRONOMÍA, se rueda!
    ¡ASTRONOMÍA, se rueda!

    "¡Astronomía, se rueda!" es la recopilación de las charlas y exposiciones impartidas por expertos en el curso que tuvo lugar (y que llevaba el mismo nombre) en 2009, con motivo de la celebración del

  • Gran Telescopio Canarias (GTC): 10 años de Ciencia
    Gran Telescopio Canarias (GTC): 10 años de Ciencia

    A lo largo de los últimos 10 años, desde su inauguración, el Gran Telescopio Canarias (GTC), también conocido como Grantecan, ha contribuido en gran medida a aumentar nuestros conocimientos acerca del

  • Canary Islands Winter School of Astrophysics Books (Cambridge University Press)

    Canary Islands Winter School of Astrophysics Books (Cambridge University Press)

  • On-line communications manual for researchers

    The results of the research should also be open to the non-expert public. In this manual you will find the keys to communicate.

  • The history of the ULL Astrophysics Department

    Astrophysics is experiencing a great moment in our country, which participates in the main European astronomical institutions and leads the construction project of the largest telescope in the world,

  • OTPC Anniversary Article in TBN

    "The Technical Office wich protects the Sky of the Canary Islands Celebrates its twentieth birthday"