International Astronomical Union (IAU), official website: https://www.iau.org/, is a non-governmental academic organization composed of astronomical academic groups from all over the world. Its purpose is to organize international academic exchanges and promote international Collaborate to promote the development of astronomy. The International Astronomical Union was established in Brussels in July 1919.
The Astronomical Union has 73 member states, including most countries where professional astronomical research reaches a high level. The Astronomical Union is directly involved in the direct participation of more than 10,528 members of the various disciplines of ground and space astronomy.
QHY will be led by Q Bo to Austria to participate in the 20th IAU International Astronomy Conference. It will also be equipped with QHY series products and high-end large-format high-sensitivity back-illuminated cameras for scientific research and real-time astronomy. Its high-end model is QHY42. , QHY2020, QHY4040, QHY411, etc.
Previously, QHY has provided astronomical camera products for the National Astronomical Observatory, the Purple Mountain Observatory, the Yunnan Observatory, the Ali Observatory, and Tsinghua University, and provided products for NASA, including NASA. The QHYCCD astronomical camera is being used on the Guo Shoujing telescope, China's largest optical telescope. In recent years, there have been many new celestial bodies and celestial phenomena discovered by QHYCCD users, such as the famous LOVEJOY comet, many asteroids and supernovas discovered by Star Tomorrow, and asteroids striking Jupiter. In 2015, as the first domestic astronomical equipment manufacturer, he was invited to participate in the IAU International Astronomical Union Conference to showcase professional-grade astronomical cameras from China to astronomers from all over the world.