About CAB
About CAB
CAB at INTA (Torrejón de Ardoz - Madrid)
CAB at INTA (Torrejón de Ardoz - Madrid)
CAB at ESAC (Villafranca del Castillo - Madrid)
CAB at ESAC (Villafranca del Castillo - Madrid)
Exhibition 'La Astrobiología a través de la ilustración científica'
Exhibition 'La Astrobiología a través de la ilustración científica'
The first galaxy whose ultraviolet luminosity is comparable to that of a quasar is discovered
The first galaxy whose ultraviolet luminosity is comparable to that of a quasar is discovered
20 Years Building Astrobiology
20 Years Building Astrobiology
Astrophysics take the pulse of Delta Scuti stars with TESS
Astrophysics take the pulse of Delta Scuti stars with TESS
Microorganisms adapted to salty and cold environments help to understand the habitability of Mars
Microorganisms adapted to salty and cold environments help to understand the habitability of Mars
The Center for Astrobiology is ready to travel to Mars for the third time
The Center for Astrobiology is ready to travel to Mars for the third time
One more step to understand the chemical complexity of the universe
One more step to understand the chemical complexity of the universe
First detection of the core of a gas giant
First detection of the core of a gas giant
SCOVAM, a new serological trial for COVID-19
SCOVAM, a new serological trial for COVID-19
A New Naming System for Uncultivated Bacteria and Archaea is proposed
A New Naming System for Uncultivated Bacteria and Archaea is proposed

A water world in another planetary system?

A recent study of the LHS1140 planetary system confirms the existence of two planets and suggests the presence of two more. One of the planets, LHS1140 b, located in the habitable zone, appears to have a large ocean of liquid water, making it an ideal target to search for biomarkers.

The first galaxy whose ultraviolet luminosity is comparable to that of a quasar is discovered

BOSS-EUVLG1 is the galaxy with star formation but almost no dust, the most luminous of its type known up to now. It was found using observations made with the Gran Telescopio Canarias (GTC) and with the Atacama Large Millimetre/submillimetre Array (ALMA), in Chile.

20 Years Building Astrobiology

The journal Astrobiology dedicates the September issue to the Spanish Center for Astrobiology

A new study explains why it´s so hard to find traces of life on Martian clays

The clay minerals discovered in the Gale crater of Mars by the Curiosity rover are very interesting for being able to preserve organic compounds for long periods of time.

Departments and support units

The answer to questions about life and its origin come from the combined efforts of many disciplines

Research areas

The science developed in the CAB is channeled through interdepartmental research lines

Team

Research staff, technicians, engineers, department heads, heads of research lines

Astrobiología

The search for answers about life and its origin as a fundamental objective

CAB

A collaborating center in the different scientific disciplines with the common goal of Astrobiology

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