Infrared Astronomy Group
Unveiling the evolution of material in the Universe

Welcome to Space Astronomy Laboratory, Infrared Group (Uir)

Infrared light is electromagnetic radiation in the wavelength range from one to a few hundreds of microns. Our laboratory develops astronomical instruments and performs observations in infrared with space satellites, balloons, and ground-based telescopes.

Small solid particles, called dust grains, exist in the Universe. They play a crucial role such as in production of organic material indispensable for life, formation of rocky planets like the Earth, and evolution of galaxies. We aim to understand how the present-day universe has been shaped and chemically enriched through observations of dust grains, their production and evolution.


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