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Every year, the Ebro Observatory celebrates Science Week, simultaneously with all the country's research centers. This is always a good opportunity to bring our activities closer to society. Normally, we hold an Open House. This year, due to the pandemic, we will not be able to organize it, and we have opted for a digital format. Below we have prepared a video that allows you to see our facilities and learn about our most significant activities.

On Sunday, November 10, within the framework of the Science Week, we organized the traditional Open Day of the Ebro Observatory, with a conference and a free guided tour.

On Sunday, November 18th, in the framework of 2018 Science Week, we organize the traditional Open Day of the Ebro Observatory, with a conference, an exhibition and a free guided tour.

K-index of geomagnetic activity calculated from our data. (Unrevised automatic process)
18-07-21
19-07-21
Photographs of the solar photosphere taken with our own telescope
The compass is oriented according to the magnetic north, not the true one. The magnetic north varies with time. Over the past centuries, in Roquetes, compasses were deviated westward. But this has changed and now they are deviated eastward More information.

24/07/2021 19:50
Temperature Humidity Atmospheric pressure
31.3 ºC 57.9 % 1002.8 hPa
Accumulated rain Wind speed Wind bearing
0 mm 9 km/h S-SE (148º)
Information from the automatic station of AEMET located at Ebro Observatory. These data are provisional and subject to revision.