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  • 06/04/2004
    ¡GTC will rock you!
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    What could the relationship between Queen’s guitarist and composer, Brian May, and the Gran Telescopio CANARIAS be? Well, as it happens, Dr. May attended his PhD studies in Astrophysics at both the Imperial College in London and the Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias (IAC), thus maintaining a close relationship with the Islands, and consequently with Spain, which is receiving the musical “We will rock you” in Madrid. In his web page we can find several messages related to the GTC, in which he announces incredible novelties... Read this article

  • 19/10/2006
    “SAC”, the experts' opinion
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    Important science projects can normally count on the services of a group of experts who make initial recommendations and monitor progress. The GTC has such a group, made up of members of "SAC", the "Scientific Advisory Committee". Read this article

  • 07/04/2005
    What's under a mirror?
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    The segments of the Gran Telescopio CANARIAS' (GTC's) primary mirror have to move with great precision in order to form one single surface. One of the actors in this 'drama' is the structure made up of the segment and subcell supports, which will be mounted on the giant cell to provide an interface with the telescope structure. Read this article

  • 10/03/2006
    What is the ESO?
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    Spain has become part of the ESO, the European Southern Observatory, and now enjoys all the benefits conferred by membership of this internationally renowned group. The Gran Telescopio CANARIAS (GTC) and the IAC observatories played an important part in securing Spain's entry into the ESO. Read this article

  • 11/10/2002
    Welcome to GTCdigital
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    Welcome to GTCdigital, This, your first visit to our bulletin (or our first visit to your mailbox) will whet your appetite....for science. It marks the beginning of our mission to tell the world about a telescope which, when it enters service in 2005, will be one of the world's largest and most advanced: the Gran Telescopio Canarias (GTC). Read this article

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