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Material DIY for the Communication of the Cosmos in the digital era

AuthorsCeballos, María Teresa ; Carrera, Francisco J. ; Corral, Amalia ; Gómez, G. ; Herranz, D. ; Martínez-Rivero, Celso ; Martinez-Nuñez, Silvia ; Monterde, M. P.; Moya, David ; Piedra, Jonatan ; Seror, Marta; Vielva, P. ; Cardiel, Nicolás; Cobo, Beatriz ; Diego-Palazuelos, P.; Hoz, Elena de la; León, Iván; Manjón-García, Alberto; Martinez, G.; Ordovás-Pascual, I.
Issue Date2020
CitationXIV.0 Scientific Meeting (virtual) of the Spanish Astronomical Society (2020)
AbstractIn the era of new technologies, in the Department of Public Outreach of the Instituto de Física de Cantabria we have added to our more purely digital catalog various materials and activities from the “manual” era, for which IFCA staff have developed their better DIY skills. From a planetary system to a (dis) mountable black hole, through a cloud chamber or a gravitational table, never forgetting the infallible ©LEGO, the manual materials have surprisingly aroused the interest of our public and visitors of all ages encouraging, in addition, the interdisciplinarity and team work of the members of the different IFCA research groups. From the IFCA PO department we have been able to verify how these types of materials have a great acceptance and are frequently required because they provide a complementary, more classical vision of the physical phenomena that we show in our activities. This presentation takes a tour of the materials that we have developed at IFCA, from the manufacturing process to their use and enjoyment, and will try to convince the audience of the therapeutic nature of building and, that an image is worth a thousand words but it is worth more than two thousand words if you have a gadget next to it.
DescriptionOn behalf of the IFCA-Difusion group Instituto de Física de Cantabria (CSIC-UC).
Trabajo presentado al XIV.0 Scientific Meeting (virtual) of the Spanish Astronomical Society (SEA), celebrado del13 al 15 de julio de 2020.
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