Lithium is becoming common in our everyday lives. It is the key ingredient in the batteries of our mobile phones and electric vehicles, but have you ever wondered where it comes from? A new study led by Prof. Gang Zhao and Dr. Yerra Bharat Kumar from National Astronomical Observatories of Chinese Academy of Sciences (NAOC) provides a fresh understanding of both how Lithium is made, and how it is destroyed.
LAMOST published its fifth Data Release (DR5) to astronomers worldwide on June 26, 2019, according to the international astronomical practice and "the LAMOST Spectral Survey Data Policy". It includes all spectra obtained during the pilot survey and the first five years' regular survey.Scientific users can log on to the website powered by China-VO at http://dr5.lamost.org for data query and download.
China-VO developed an information management system for the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST), which is the world’s largest single radio dish telescope located in Guizhou, China. The system provides a portal for the public, telescope users and telescope managers.