An adventure started over 500 years ago, in which Italy played and still plays a leading role 

From Galileo’s telescope to the conquer of space with the launch, in 1957, of the Sputnik, the first man-made object to reach Earth orbit. In the following decades, the launch into space of probes and satellites allowed to explore our planetary system up to its extreme borders and to study deep space as telescopes from Earth would have never been able to do.

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From Mercury, Mars and Jupiter to asteroids and exoplanets

The study of the most powerful phenomena in the Universe

The study of the primordial Universe and gravitation laws

‣ News

WEDNESDAY 01 DECEMBER 2021

ADAM/PixDD project ‣

A collaboration among ASI, INAF,INFN and several Universities MORE...

MONDAY 22 NOVEMBER 2021

The Italian Space Agency completes the New National GNSS Frame Network ‣

The new network was built by e-GEOS (Telespazio/ASI) and is set to provide up-to-date, high-precision geodetic information through the signals generated by the satellite navigation systems MORE...

FRIDAY 19 NOVEMBER 2021

Coloured Etna with PRISMA ‣

PRISMA observes the highest European volcano MORE...

THURSDAY 18 NOVEMBER 2021

BSC MALINDI, CONTRACT RENEWAL FOR THE KENYAN STAFF ‣

The new contract was signed today in Kenya, at the Broglio Space Centre MORE...

THURSDAY 11 NOVEMBER 2021

Space economy: the ESA BIC Turin opens the call to support space related startups ‣

The space-bound incubator supported by ESA and ASI and generated from the synergy between the Incubator of Polytechnic of Turin I3P, the Polytechnic of Turin and Links Foundation, inaugurates the new node of the European network in Turin, the ESA Business Incubation Centre Turin, with the aim of supporting innovative companies in the space sector. MORE...