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Voice, text, video and images. To give our readers the possibility of a multi-sensory immersion in deep space. Here are the main multi-media products that INAF offers::

MEDIA INAF

Every day on your desktop, the main news from the world of astrophysics, technology and more, with comments by INAF researchers. Always on the news and with a dedicated editorial staff, Media INAF is a fully registered site. You can also keep an eye on it by subscribing to the newsletter, becoming a fan on Facebook, or following us on Twitter.

INAF TV

A constant stream of brief clips, interviews and animations, provided by the editorial staff of Media INAF. Every week, "Sidereus", with our correspondents from the remote Universe. Also, every thirty days or so, the sky of the month, an up-to-date sky guide to help you keep track of the stars and planets. INAFTV is on-air 24 hours a day also on ASTROCHANNEL, the internal TV of the various INAF institutes.

Multimedia gallery

In the multimedia gallery you can find a collection of thousands of products from  audio interviews and films to photographs – all on our various activities.

Light in Astronomy 2017

Nov 14, 2017

Light in Astronomy 2017 Light in Astronomy, organized by INAF in collaboration with the Italian Astronomical Society-SAIt, will be a week (13-19 November) dedicated to satisfying curiosity about the Universe thanks to the opening in Italy of INAF premises, including the astronomical observatories.

Marsis radar reveals that on Mars all that echoes is not ice

Oct 28, 2017

Marsis radar reveals that on Mars all that echoes is not ice The low dielectric constant of the Meridiani Planum deposits is consistent with a thick layer of ice-free, porous, basaltic sand. This study is fundamental to identify techniques that may help find the planet’s areas with accessible water ice.

A 3D step towards sorting out the Gamma-Ray Bursts zoo

Oct 13, 2017

A 3D step towards sorting out the Gamma-Ray Bursts zoo A powerful tool for characterizing and classifying gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) to allow their use as tracers of the expansion history of the universe has recently been presented by an international team of researchers led by Dr. Maria Dainotti