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José Manuel Carrasco

José Manuel Carrasco is Physics doctor of the University of Barcelona. He works in the development of the ESA's Gaia Mission. Gaia is an ambitious mission to chart a three-dimensional map of our Galaxy, the Milky Way, in the process revealing the composition, formation and evolution of the Galaxy. Gaia will provide unprecedented positional and radial velocity measurements with the accuracies needed to produce a stereoscopic and kinematic census of about one billion stars in our Galaxy and throughout the Local Group. This amounts to about 1 per cent of the Galactic stellar population.
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Astronomy on the radio:
"Cosmos: Una inmersión rápida", J. M. Carrasco, La República santboiana, Ràdio Sant Boi, (14/02/2019)

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Astronomy in the press:
"Estamos rodeados de tecnología espacial, aunque no lo sepamos"
J. M. Carrasco
"Hispanidad.com" (11/02/2019)

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The book of popularisation of science "Cosmos. Una inmersión rápida" by Josep Manel Carrasco, researcher of the Gaia space mission at the Institute of Cosmos Sciences of the University of Barcelona with a long experience in the dissemination of astronomy, has been published by Tibidabo Ediciones.
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"Cosmos. Una inmersión rápida" is a review of astronomy and of what we know of the Universe to catch up with this science without previous knowledge. It is part of the collection "Una inmersión rápida" which, combining rigour and dissemination, introduces and goes in depth in current issues.
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"Cosmos. Una inmersión rápida" is a review on what we know of astronomy and the Universe in order to catch up without previous knowledge. The book is part of the collection "Una inmersión rápida", which combining rigour and dissemination,introduces and looks into current issues.
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The Cosmos has been there much longer than any being that has ever lived on our little planet. Despite this, humans have managed to do something unprecedented: to know our place in it, discover aspects about its origin and revealing the farthest places in the Universe without having travelled there.
 
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However, we live in an era in which all this knowledge advances by leaps and bounds with each new space mission and with each telescope that we inaugurate, being difficult to be up to date without a minimum knowledge base. From the comets to black holes, through planets orbiting other suns, the journey you are about to start summarise what we currently know about the Universe and will leave you wanting to know more.
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However, we live in an era in which all this knowledge advances by leaps and bounds with each new space mission and with each telescope that we inaugurate, being difficult to be up to date without a minimum knowledge base. From the comets to black holes, through planets orbiting other suns, the journey you are about to start summarise what we currently know about the Universe and it will leave you wanting to know more.
 

José Manuel Carrasco

José Manuel Carrasco is Physics doctor of the University of Barcelona. He works in the development of the ESA's Gaia Mission. Gaia is an ambitious mission to chart a three-dimensional map of our Galaxy, the Milky Way, in the process revealing the composition, formation and evolution of the Galaxy. Gaia will provide unprecedented positional and radial velocity measurements with the accuracies needed to produce a stereoscopic and kinematic census of about one billion stars in our Galaxy and throughout the Local Group. This amounts to about 1 per cent of the Galactic stellar population.

He simultaneously make his research, teach at the University of Barcelona and carry out a lot of activities of science popularisation. He has the astronomical popularisation project 'Miralcel'.

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"Cosmos. Una inmersión rápida" is a review of astronomy and of what we know of the Universe to catch up with this science without previous knowledge. It is part of the collection "Una inmersión rápida" which, combining rigour and dissemination, introduces and goes in depth in current issues.
 
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El Cosmos lleva allí mucho más tiempo que cualquier ser que haya habitado jamás en nuestro pequeño planeta. A pesar de ello, los humanos hemos logrado hacer algo sin precedentes: conocer nuestro lugar en él, descubrir aspectos sobre su origen y revelar cómo son los lugares más alejados del Universo sin necesidad de haber viajado hasta allí.
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Sin embargo, vivimos en una era en la que todos estos conocimientos avanzan a pasos agigantados con cada nueva misión espacial y con cada telescopio que inauguramos, siendo difícil estar al día sin un mínimo conocimiento de base. Desde los cometas hasta los agujeros negros, pasando por los planetas que giran alrededor de otros soles, el viaje que estás a punto de empezar resume lo que conocemos actualmente del Universo y te dejará con ganas de saber más.
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The Cosmos has been there much longer than any being that has ever lived on our little planet. Despite this, humans have managed to do something unprecedented: knowing our place in it, discovering aspects about its origin and revealing the farthest places in the Universe without having travelled there.
 
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"Cosmos: Una immersió ràpida" forma parte de la colección "Una inmersión rápida" en la que, combinando rigor y divulgación, se introduce y profundiza en temas actuales. En esta ocasión publica este repaso a la astronomía y a lo que sabemos del Universo para ponerse al día sin necesidad de tener conocimientos previos.
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However, we live in an era in which all this knowledge advances by leaps and bounds with each new space mission and with each telescope that we inaugurate, being difficult to be up to date without a minimum knowledge base. From the comets to black holes, through planets orbiting other suns, the journey you are about to start summarise what we currently know about the Universe and will leave you wanting to know more.
 

José Manuel Carrasco

José Manuel Carrasco is Physics doctor of the University of Barcelona. He works in the development of the ESA's Gaia Mission. Gaia is an ambitious mission to chart a three-dimensional map of our Galaxy, the Milky Way, in the process revealing the composition, formation and evolution of the Galaxy. Gaia will provide unprecedented positional and radial velocity measurements with the accuracies needed to produce a stereoscopic and kinematic census of about one billion stars in our Galaxy and throughout the Local Group. This amounts to about 1 per cent of the Galactic stellar population.
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He simultaneously make his research, teach at the University of Barcelona and carry out a lot of activities of science popularisation. He has the astronomical popularisation project 'Miralcel'.
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He simultaneously make his research, teach at the University of Barcelona and carry out a lot of activities of science popularisation. He has the astronomical popularisation project 'Miralcel'.

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Title: Cosmos.Una inmersión rápida

By: José Manuel Carrasco, ICCUB (IEEC-UB)

Date: 21/01/2019

Publisher: Tibidabo ediciones

Language: español

Pages: 180

ISBN: 978-84-9117-927-6

Book

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https://www.tibidaboediciones.com/productdisplay/cosmos

¿Te imaginas poder sumergirte en la inmensidad del Cosmos y entender cómo son los planetas, las estrellas y las galaxias?

El Cosmos lleva allí mucho más tiempo que cualquier ser que haya habitado jamás en nuestro pequeño planeta. A pesar de ello, los humanos hemos logrado hacer algo sin precedentes: conocer nuestro lugar en él, descubrir aspectos sobre su origen y revelar cómo son los lugares más alejados del Universo sin necesidad de haber viajado hasta allí.

Sin embargo, vivimos en una era en la que todos estos conocimientos avanzan a pasos agigantados con cada nueva misión espacial y con cada telescopio que inauguramos, siendo difícil estar al día sin un mínimo conocimiento de base. Desde los cometas hasta los agujeros negros, pasando por los planetas que giran alrededor de otros soles, el viaje que estás a punto de empezar resume lo que conocemos actualmente del Universo y te dejará con ganas de saber más.

"Cosmos: Una immersió ràpida" forma parte de la colección "Una inmersión rápida" en la que, combinando rigor y divulgación, se introduce y profundiza en temas actuales. En esta ocasión publica este repaso a la astronomía y a lo que sabemos del Universo para ponerse al día sin necesidad de tener conocimientos previos.

José Manuel Carrasco

José Manuel Carrasco is Physics doctor of the University of Barcelona. He works in the development of the ESA's Gaia Mission. Gaia is an ambitious mission to chart a three-dimensional map of our Galaxy, the Milky Way, in the process revealing the composition, formation and evolution of the Galaxy. Gaia will provide unprecedented positional and radial velocity measurements with the accuracies needed to produce a stereoscopic and kinematic census of about one billion stars in our Galaxy and throughout the Local Group. This amounts to about 1 per cent of the Galactic stellar population.

He simultaneously make his research, teach at the University of Barcelona and carry out a lot of activities of science popularisation. He has the astronomical popularisation project 'Miralcel'.

 
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