Posted on 24 January 2015 by Daniel
Integral, a decade revealing the high energy sky
The 2012 science profile video highlighting some of the incredible discoveries being made by Integral.
17 October 2012 will mark ten years in space for Integral, the International Gamma-Ray Astrophysics Laboratory.
This ESA mission has surprised scientists world wide with its observations. Integral is the first space observatory that is simultaneously observing objects in gamma rays, X-rays and visible light.
Its principal targets are violent explosions known as gamma-ray bursts, powerful phenomena such as supernova explosions, and regions in the Universe thought to contain black holes.
This video comes back on these 10 years of discoveries.