The Carlos Sánchez and IAC80 telescopes, known as TTNN and located in the Teide Observatory, are telescopes manually operated by astronomers (in person or remotely) through specific computer applications developed mostly in the 90's. These applications allow the control of the movement of the telescope (motors and encoders), as well as the
GRIS is the spectrograph developed by IAC, installed in the German telescope GREGOR, in the Teide Observatory. It is dedicated to the research in solar spectropolarimetry. It is in continuous improvement, to expand its scientific capability and to demonstrate technologies for the EST.
DALI(PoP). Pioneering the tunable broad band search for axion dark matter above 25 μeV
The detection of the axion would be one of the most important events in the history of science. This hypothetical particle can simultaneously solve two fundamental questions of modern physics: the problem of violation of charge-parity (CP) symmetry in the strong interaction and the mystery of dark matter. The axion couples to photons. The search