Publicaciones

  • The new multi-frequency instrument (MFI2) for the QUIJOTE facility in Tenerife

    The QUIJOTE (Q-U-I joint Tenerife) experiment combines the operation of two radio-telescopes and three instruments working in the microwave bands 10-20 GHz, 26-36 GHz and 35-47 GHz at the Teide Observatory, Tenerife, and has already been presented in previous SPIE meetings (Hoyland, R. J. et al, 2012; Rubi∼no-Martín et al., 2012). The Cosmology

    Hoyland, Roger J. et al.

    Fecha de publicación:

    8
    2022
  • ATLAS-Teide: the next generation of ATLAS units for the Teide Observatory

    SummaryIn this work we present the design of the ATLAS (Asteroid Terrestrial-impact Last Alert System) unit that will be installed at Teide Observatory in Tenerife island (Spain). ATLAS-Teide will be built by the IAC and will operated as part of the ATLAS network in the framework of an operation and science exploitation agreement between the IAC

    Licandro, Javier et al.

    Fecha de publicación:

    9
    2022
  • Diversity of terrestrial planets: a link to the chemical makeup of their host stars

    With the swift advance in exoplanet sciences it is now possible to characterize not only the fundamental parameters (mass and radius) of planets but also their interior structure and bulk composition. The former is known to influence on the habitability conditions of terrestrial planets, and the latter in itself is a key aspect to understand planet

    Adibekyan, Vardan et al.

    Fecha de publicación:

    9
    2022
  • Exploring the near-UV for primitive asteroids using ground-based observations, space telescopes, a survey-like catalog, and following up with Gaia

    Primitive asteroids (PAs) are characterized by dark surfaces (albedo < 10%) dominated by carbon compounds. Their reflectance spectra are similar to those of carbonaceous chondrites (CCs), the most pristine meteorites in our records, abundant in hydrated minerals and organics. Studying these life-forming materials in PAs and CCs is important to

    Tinaut-Ruano, Fernando et al.

    Fecha de publicación:

    9
    2022
  • Internal compositional structure of large primitive asteroids based on the photometric surveys

    An asteroid family is a group of asteroids with similar orbital proper elements (e.g., Nesvorný et al. 2005), which could be fragments formed by large impact events. The heating temperature in primordial bodies is important to form various mineralogies observed in asteroids and meteorites. The short-lived radiogenic heat of 26Al is the plausible

    Tatsumi, Eri et al.

    Fecha de publicación:

    9
    2022