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Title: Kepler and 'the irreducible and obstinate facts'
Authors: Valente, Mariana
Keywords: Kepler;
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: David Berry
Abstract: This issue coincides with a turning point for CAAUL and for Portuguese astronomers and astrophysicists in general. In July, CAAUL organised the 23rd national meeting for astronomy and astrophysics (XXIII ENAA), the showcase for the exciting research carried out in the various universities and institutes throughout Portugal and beyond, research that is proving more and more difficult to pursue given the straightened times we live in. Results were presented in a diverse range of areas including planetary systems, stellar properties, stellar evolution, the Milky Way galaxy, extra-galactic astrophysics, cosmology, astroparticle physics – see below a brief report by Ismael Tereno and Elvira Leonardo.
Type: other
Appears in Collections:CEHFC - Publicações de Carácter Pedagógico

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