Pasiphae is an astrophysics experiment that will attempt to reveal the first moments of our Universe. The experiment, coordinated by 2 brilliant Greek scientists, creates exciting new prospects for the global astrophysics community, as it will forever change the way we observe the stars. On behalf of the SNF, who supports the experiment, we traveled to the Skinakas Observatory in Crete.
Shooting Pasiphae was completed in 2 days and explains why this experiment is so important for understanding the beginning of the Universe. The film was presented at the Eugenides Foundation, on the occasion of the SNF dialogues event dedicated to Astronomy.