Welcome to the new ALMA site for kids!
Discover the world's largest observatory with Talma
Have you ever looked at yourself in a distorting mirror? It’s fun! Depending on the shape of the mirror, you will appear to be very
On 19 October 2014, ALMA has made ten images of asteroid Juno. The images were made over a period of four hours. During that time,
Each one of the tiny lights twinkling in the night sky is a gigantic burning star. Like people, these stars come in different colours and
The huge array of 66 ALMA antennas is located at the Chajnantor Plateau in the north of Chile, at 5,000 meters altitude. The site is
The Earth is a planet, orbiting the Sun. The Sun is a star – a giant ball of hot gas, emitting light and heat. The
Did you ever try to count the stars in the sky? It’s almost impossible – there’s just too many of them! On a clear, dark