We are the astronomical group of Ciudad Rodrigo (Salamanca, Castilla y Leon). A non-profit association established in April 2019 (registration number 37/1/0004858). Our aim is to spread cultural and scientific awareness in general, and in astronomy in particular, in our region and in the province of Salamanca.
At the beginning of 2020 we already have 44 keen members.
We organise night sky gazing sessions in the surroundings of Ciudad Rodrigo. We also carry out outreach activities such as conferences, workshops and astronomical gymkhanas.
We are developing a three-dimensional, large-scale model of the solar system that entices visitors to walk around and familiarise themselves with its dimensions, engage in its functionality and get an insight to the science, and above all fall in love with the stars and astronomy.
We are very proud to have among our members Javier Rodríguez-Pacheco Martín, professor of astrophysics at the University of Alcalá, and principal investigator for the high-energy particle detector of the Orbiter Solar Probe.
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