Uncategorised Article Count: 1
English (UK) Article Count: 0
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About CAHA Article Count: 1
Introduction Article Count: 5
Introduction to CAHA-AIE
Departments Article Count: 1
Computer Department Article Count: 2
Computer Department Info Article Count: 5
Computer Department News Article Count: 17
Info for Astronomers Article Count: 1
External Net Article Count: 4
Internal Net Article Count: 4
Computer Department Utilities Article Count: 5
Weather Station Article Count: 2
Nice Views Article Count: 3
Webcams Article Count: 1
Computer Department Aplicattions Article Count: 1
Computer Department Email Article Count: 6
Maintenance Department Article Count: 1
Mechanics Department Article Count: 0
All stuff about the CAHA mechanics department
Observing Article Count: 0
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CAHA Brief News Article Count: 14
CAHA brief news that share the frontend site page with the press releases.
Press Releases Article Count: 159
November 22nd 2017
The Monitoring Commission of the agreement signed with the "Ministerio de Economía, Industria y Competitividad" for the execution of the "MIOCA-Mejora del Instrumental del Observatorio de Calar Alto" project, was set up.
The project’s budget of 1.129.098 €, will allow consolidate the competitiveness of Calar Alto Observatory.
The Spanish-German Astronomical Center (CAHA) has the purpose of the management, maintenance, operation and scientific exploitation of the Calar Alto Observatory, making it available to the international astronomical community, as well as giving the capacity and the infrastructure needed for carrying out astronomical observation programs and developing innovative concepts concerning instrumentation. Now, CAHA faces up an improvement of its instrumentation in order to continue at the forefront of the astronomical observation.
Meteors and Fireballs Article Count: 130
Press release category with the meteors and fireballs detected with cameras at Calar Alto.