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Various Innovative Technological Experiences (VITE I): Realtà Virtuale e Realtà Aumentata per la diffusione della scienza: nuove frontiere e nuove sfide

Various Innovative Technological Experiences (VITE I): Realtà Virtuale e Realtà Aumentata per la diffusione della scienza: nuove frontiere e nuove sfide

Palermo, 28/11 – 02/12/2022 LA REALTÀ VIRTUALE E GLI OLOGRAMMI PER LA RICERCA E LO SVILUPPO DI COMPETENZE Laura Daricello (INAF) PRIN INAF “Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality for Science, Education and Outreach” DOI: https://doi.org/10.36116/VIDEOMEM_1.2023.1 Salvatore Orlando (INAF) 3DMAP-VR: a project for the visualization of astrophysical phenomena through High Performance Computing and Virtual Reality DOI: https://doi.org/10.36116/VIDEOMEM_1.2023.2 Valerio Lombardo (INGV) Viaggio virtuale nel Vulcano 3D DOI: https://doi.org/10.36116/VIDEOMEM_1.2023.3 Antonio Budano (INFN Roma 3) La realtà virtuale nella fisica delle particelle DOI: https://doi.org/10.36116/VIDEOMEM_1.2023.4 Marco…

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L’Ottica Adattiva in Astronomia in Italia

L’Ottica Adattiva in Astronomia in Italia

Roberto Piazzesi, INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma SHARK-VIS final integration report DOI: https://doi.org/10.36116/VIDEOMEM_1.2022.1 The SHARK-VIS high-contrast visible imager has completed its laboratory integration phase and is ready for installation at LBT. After completion of the PAE (Preliminary Acceptance in Europe), SHARK-VIS will perform a run as visiting instrument at the AEOS telescope in Hawai’i to test performance, speed up commissioning, and verify reduction pipelines before moving to LBT. We present here results of the performance tests on the ADONI testbench and…

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RR Lyrae and Cepheids IV : Large-scale surveys as bridges between spectroscopy and photometry

RR Lyrae and Cepheids IV : Large-scale surveys as bridges between spectroscopy and photometry

La Palma, Sept 26-30, 2022 (programme) Volume 2 2022 Session 1a: Stellar models and HRD Marconi Marcella, INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Capodimonte Stellar pulsation models DOI: https://doi.org/10.36116/VIDEOMEM_2.2022.1 Classical pulsating stars are important distance indicators and stellar population tracers. On this basis a comprehensive investigation of their properties based on both an observational and a theoretical approach is crucial. The most important theoretical tools and results obtained for both classical Cepheids and RR Lyrae are outlined and their reliability is tested against…

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Research activities in High- energy Astrophysics

Research activities in High- energy Astrophysics

Volume 93 n. 2-3 2022 Foreword PDF file O. Straniero Stars and physics beyond the Standard Model PDF file E. Orlando The high-energy emission from the quiet Sun PDF file T. Belloni, et al. High-Energy observations of Stellar-mass Compact Objects: from CVs to the most luminous X-Ray Binaries PDF file G. Israel et al. The Extragalactic Population of Accreting Neutron Stars and the UltraluminousX-ray Sources Paradigm: from ULTraS to PULSULTraS PDF file M. Orio X-ray observations of accreting and burning…

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INAF Research and Development against COVID-19 pandemic

INAF Research and Development against COVID-19 pandemic

Volume 93 n. 1 2022 Foreword PDF file G. Pareschi Research and Development activities against the COVID19 pandemic in INAF and surrounding PDF file S. Strizzi, et al. Effect of UV and violet light on SARS-CoV-2 PDF file F. Nicastro, et al. Seasonality of Viral Respiratory Diseases and Virucidal Power of Solar UVPhotons PDF file E. Antonello Atmospheric ozone. A short review PDF file S. Ortolani & S. Cavazzani UV radiation and epidemic seasonality PDF file I. Ermolli, et al….

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