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What did you say astro-what?
If you've ever wondered, what is hidden behind the barbarous words "Astroparticle Physics", here is a 1-min definition.

This Astroparticle Physics word cloud has been recorded during Astroteilchenphysik in Deutschland 2012 by the Helmholtz Alliance for Astroparticle Physics (www.hap-astroparticle.org)

 

Astroteilchen Physik in Deutschland 2012
Summary and outlooks of the conference "Astroteilchen Physik in Deutschland", Sept 2012, by Dr. Christian Spiering (DESY Zeuthen).

This video been recorded during Astroteilchenphysik in Deutschland 2012 (www.desy.de/AT2012) by the Helmholtz Alliance for Astroparticle Physics (www.hap-astroparticle.org)

 

CTA prototype last dance of the inauguration day
Last dance of the day for the CTA medium size prototype telescope during its inauguration on May 22, 2013 in Berlin Adlershof.

 

To Los Leones - a 20-min ride in a 2-min video
12.5 km of gravel roads in the pampa in a 2-min video! Los Leones is the closest Fluorescence Detector building to Malargue.

This video is part of a travel diary called Journey to Auger, which relates the celebrations of AugerPrime in Malargüe, Argentina in Nov. 2015. The idea of this blog was to create a collection of new material about the Pierre Auger Observatory that mixes painting, drawing, photo, graphic design and video.

 

H.E.S.S. II - Dancing Telescopes
The huge Cherenkov Telescope CT5 of the H.E.S.S. telescopes array dancing with the smaller CT3 (left) and CT2 (right).

This video is part of a travel diary called Journey to H.E.S.S., which relates the celebrations of H.E.S.S.II in Namibia in Sep. 2012. The idea of this blog was to create a collection of new material about the H.E.S.S. telescopes that mixes photo, graphic design, video and new media.