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An infrared sky

Series : Stars in one's wide open eyes

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  00:03:00  2009  SD 16/9  Color  Sound

Thin clouds, gauzy veils... As seen through infrared detectors, the starry sky seems to have draped itself in a delicate cloak of steam. This magnificent sight is also fascinating because some of these nebulae host stars that are being formed.

Producer : CNRS Images
Author : De BREM Paul
Scientific adviser : CHAUVIN Philippe (CNRS-INSU, Paris)
Audiovisual processLive shots. Using animations.
Live sounds.
PersonnalitiesVIGROUX Laurent(IAP, UMR CEA, CNRS et Univ. Paris 6)
NotesIAP : Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris.


Space Sciences

Technical Sheet
Item No.2163
PublicLarge audience
Original SupportVideo DV Cam
Delivery supportDV Cam