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Istituto italiano di astrofisica - national institute for astrophisics

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Multimedia

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.

Farewell to Giovanni Bignami

May 26, 2017

Farewell to Giovanni Bignami Great astrophysicist and former President of INAF and ASI, Bignami passed away suddenly while in Madrid where he was carrying out his research activities.

INAF researcher involved in the discovery of a millisecond pulsar

May 20, 2017

INAF researcher involved in the discovery of a millisecond pulsar An international team of astronomers led by Ivan Zolotukhin of the Institut de Recherche en Astrophysique et Planétologie (IRAP) of Toulouse, also including Matteo Bachetti, a researcher of the INAF in Cagliari, has discovered that this pulsar is at the beginning of the recycle phase, i.e. the process that causes slow and "turned-off” neutron stars to turn on again as “millisecond pulsar”.

Cassini Scientist for a Day: the competition for young scientists sets new records

May 20, 2017

Cassini Scientist for a Day: the competition for young scientists sets new records New record numbers for the 15th edition of Cassini Scientist for a Day, the international competition launched by NASA and promoted in Europe by the European Space Agency (ESA), open to lower and upper secondary school students. In Italy, 181 students participated in the competition, sending a total of 81 essays to a panel of researchers and experts in science communication.