Science around me: physics for all

By Giovanna Ruello. Published on 22 May 2017 in:
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On 2012 in Messina, a city located in the north-east of Sicily, a little group of Physics Master and PhD students joined the Young Mind Project starting a chapter with the aim of fostering scientific discussions and the spread of knowledge.

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“Encounters with… Astrophysics”: a day at the Planetarium

By Cristiano D’Andrea. Published on 25 March 2013 in:
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The Messina Young Minds Section [EPSYMs], thanks to the financial support of the European Physical Society [EPS] organized a special visit at the Planetarium Pythagoras in Reggio Calabria, Italy. The Planetarium Pythagoras has one of the most remarkable external geodes in Europe.

Astronomy is one of the oldest sciences and astronomical phenomena have always had a great influence on human life. Unfortunately, observation of constellations is not possible, due for example to light pollution from city lights, or…

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