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For publication or display (electronic or otherwise), all photos, images or videos must be credited: "Photo/image/video courtesy of the Isaac Newton Group of Telescopes, La Palma" unless otherwise noted in the provided credit line. Please contact ING's Public Relations Officer  with all the details of the use.

Description: Jacobus Kapteyn Telescope moving. First primary mirror covers close and then the telescope moves in declination and slightly in hour angle.
Credit: Javier Méndez.
Date: May 2000.
Available files: [ AVI 768×576 pixels (19,680 K) | ASF 768×576 pixels (19,842 K) | AVI 384×288 pixels (5,426 K) | MPEG 340×255 pixels (522 K) | AVI 192×144 pixels (1,372 K) | MPEG 192×144 pixels (171 K) | Animated GIF 150×113 pixels (301 K) ]
Description: Azimuthal movement of the William Herschel Telescope.
Credit: Javier Méndez.
Date: May 2000.
Available files: [ AVI 768×576 pixels (4,642 K) | ASF 768×576 pixels (10,208K) | AVI 384×288 pixels (1,344 K) | MPEG 340×255 pixels (138 K) | AVI 192×144 pixels (372 K) | MPEG 192×144 pixels (45 K) | Animated GIF 150×113 pixels (102 K) ]
Description: Elevating movement of the William Herschel Telescope.
Credit: Javier Méndez.
Date: May 2000.
Available files: [ AVI 768×576 pixels (4,906 K) | ASF 768×576 pixels (5,047 K) | AVI 384×288 pixels (1,411 K) | MPEG 340×255 pixels (149 K) | AVI 192×144 pixels (380 K) | MPEG 192×144 pixels (50 K) | Animated GIF 150×113 pixels (176 K) ]
Description: Movements of the William Herschel Telescope. The telescope's mounting moves in altitude and azimuth and at the same time the dome rotates.
Credit: Javier Méndez.
Date: May 2000.
Available files: [ AVI 768×576 pixels (6,082 K) | ASF 768×576 pixels (6,137 K) | AVI 384×288 pixels (1,711 K) | MPEG 340×255 pixels (179 K) | AVI 192×144 pixels (466 K) | MPEG 192×144 pixels (59 K) | Animated GIF 150×113 pixels (200 K) ]
Description: Opening the shutter of the WHT dome at sunset.
Credit: Javier Méndez.
Date: May 2000.
Available files: [ AVI 768×576 pixels (9,381 K) | ASF 768×576 pixels (9,406 K) | AVI 384×288 pixels (2,643 K) | MPEG 340×255 pixels (765 K) | AVI 192×144 pixels (702 K) | MPEG 192×144 pixels (95 K) | Animated GIF 150×113 pixels (251 K) ]
Description: WHT dome rotating at sunset.
Credit: Javier Méndez.
Date: May 2000.
Available files: [ AVI 768×576 pixels (10,200 K) | ASF 768×576 pixels (10,208 K) | AVI 384×288 pixels (2,753 K) | MPEG 340×255 pixels (457 K) | AVI 192×144 pixels (725 K) | MPEG 192×144 pixels (104 K) | Animated GIF 150×113 pixels (202 K) ]
Description: Opening the mirror covers of the WHT primary mirror.
Credit: Javier Méndez.
Date: May 2000.
Available files: [ AVI 768×576 pixels (6,850 K) | ASF 768×576 pixels (6,882 K) | AVI 384×288 pixels (1,864 K) | MPEG 340×255 pixels (167 K) | AVI 192×144 pixels (491 K) | MPEG 192×144 pixels (95 K) | Animated GIF 150×113 pixels (156 K) ]
Description: Closing the mirror covers of the WHT primary mirror.
Credit: Javier Méndez.
Date: May 2000.
Available files: [ AVI 768×576 pixels (10,991 K) | ASF 768×576 pixels (11,011 K) | AVI 384×288 pixels (2,949 K) | MPEG 340×255 pixels (255 K) | AVI 192×144 pixels (761 K) | MPEG 192×144 pixels (95 K) | Animated GIF 150×113 pixels (225 K) ]
Description: William Herschel Telescope elevating from axis park position to zenith.
Credit: Javier Méndez.
Date: May 2000.
Available files: [ AVI 768×576 pixels (13,309 K) | ASF 768×576 pixels (13,649 K) | AVI 384×288 pixels (3,702 K) | MPEG 340×255 pixels (519 K) | AVI 192×144 pixels (987 K) | MPEG 192×144 pixels (119 K) | Animated GIF 150×113 pixels (251 K) ]
Description: The Isaac Newton Telescope first moves down in declination and then the primary mirror covers open.
Credit: Javier Méndez.
Date: May 2000.
Available files: [ AVI 768×576 pixels (28,844 K) | ASF 768×576 pixels (28,903 K) | AVI 384×288 pixels (7,962 K) | MPEG 340×255 pixels (1,023 K) | AVI 192×144 pixels (2,085 K) | MPEG 192×144 pixels (234 K) | Animated GIF 150×113 pixels (599 K) ]
Description: The Jacobus Kapteyn Telescope moves in declination, the dome rotates and the dome shutter opens.
Credit: Nik Szymanek.
Date: July 2001.
Available files: M1V (7,663 K)
Description: A general view of the William Herschel Telescope.
Credit: Nik Szymanek.
Date: July 2001.
Available files: M1V (5,670 K)
Description: The William Herschel Telescope from outside while the dome rotates. Credit: Nik Szymanek.
Date: July 2001.
Available files: M1V (2,917 K)
Description: The Jacobus Kapteyn Telescope moves in declination to point dome shutter.
Credit: Nik Szymanek.
Date: July 2001.
Available files: M1V (2,907 K)
Description: The William Herschel Telescope moves in altitude while prime focus rotates.
Credit: Nik Szymanek.
Date: July 2001.
Available files: M1V (2,256 K)
Description: Sunset and the Isaac Newton Telescope. Credit: Nik Szymanek.
Date: July 2001.
Available files: M1V (2,334 K)
Description: The William Herschel Telescope moves in azimuth.
Credit: Nik Szymanek.
Date: July 2001.
Available files: M1V (7,955 K)
Description: First the WHT's primery mirror shuts and then the telescope moves both in altitude and azimuth.
Credit: Nik Szymanek.
Date: July 2001.
Available files: M1V (5,945 K)
Description: General view of the William Herschel Telescope.
Credit: Nik Szymanek.
Date: July 2001.
Available files: M1V (3,401 K)
Description: The William Herschel Telescope moves in altitude.
Credit: Nik Szymanek.
Date: July 2001.
Available files: M1V (2,256 K)
Description: Introduction to the William Herschel Telescope.
Credit: OPTICON Public Outreach.
Date: 2008.
Available files: English: AVI (74M). Spanish: AVI (8M) | AVI (74M).
Description: Introduction to the Isaac Newton Telescope.
Credit: OPTICON Public Outreach.
Date: 2008.
Available files: English: AVI (70M). Spanish: AVI (70M).
Description: WHT interior.
Credit: Posted by Marcos Perez on Vimeo. Shot by Marcos Pérez (casaciencias.org), Fernando Jáuregui (pamplonetario.org), Nieves Gordón (pamplonetario.org), José María Sánchez (pagina.jccm.es/museociencias), Gregorio de la Fuente (museoelder.org).
Date: 2009.
Available files: Video on Vimeo.
Description: Teide and Roque de los Muchachos Observatories.
Credit: Daniel López (IAC).
Date: 2009.
Available files: Viaje alucinante by Daniel Lopez on Vimeo.

Description: A Night at the Isaac Newton Telescope.
Credit: Isaac Newton Group of Telescopes.
Date: 2011.
Available files: YouTube.
Description: Deep Sky Videos, partially filmed at ING.
Credit: Brady Haran.
Date: 2011.
Available files: YouTube.
Description: M33 and INT featured in Deep Sky Videos.
Credit: Brady Haran.
Date: 2011.
Available files: YouTube | FLV.
Description: INT featured in Deep Sky Videos.
Credit: Brady Haran.
Date: 2012.
Available files: YouTube.
Description: Extrasolar planet observing, ING featured.
Credit: Brady Haran.
Date: 2012.
Available files: YouTube.
Description: WHT featured in Deep Sky Videos.
Credit: Brady Haran.
Date: 2012.
Available files: YouTube.
Description: Time-lapse movies of the Teide and Roque de los Muchachos Observatories. Isaac Newton Telescope featured at the end.
Credit: Daniel López.
Date: 2012.
Available files: ftp://ftp.iac.es/out/daniel/ (MP4).
Description: INT and M110 featured in Deep Sky Videos.
Credit: Brady Haran.
Date: 2012.
Available files: YouTube.
Description: The Stars of Mercator - time lapse of the night sky above La Palma (some shots include the ING telescopes).
Credit: Peter I Papic.
Date: 2011.
Available files: YouTube.
Description: Visiting the 4.2 meter William Herschel Telescope on La Palma with the astronomy master students of Leuven (BEL) and Amsterdam (NED).
Credit: Peter I Papic.
Date: 2010.
Available files: YouTube.
Description: INT and M74 featured in Deep Sky Videos.
Credit: Brady Haran.
Date: 2012.
Available files: YouTube.
Description: James McCormac (ING) shows his observational work on M71 globular cluster.
Credit: Brady Haran.
Date: 2012.
Available files: YouTube.
Description: A young moon sets behind the dome of the William Herschel Telescope.
Credit: Babak Tafreshi.
Date: 2011.
Available formats: Vimeo and TWAN.
Description: A tumbling satellite is captured in this video of the Isaac Newton Telescope.
Credit: Babak Tafreshi.
Date: 2011.
Available formats: Vimeo and TWAN.
Description: The Dutch TV channel Nederland 1 reporting on extrasolar planetary research at the William Herschel Telescope.
Credit: Nederlande 1.
Date: 2013.
Available formats: Online video.
Description: UK BBC's The Sky at Night program reporting on cometary science and more at the ING.
Credit: BBC's The Sky at Night.
Date: 2013.
Available formats: Online video.
Description: Timelapse video by Moein Mosleh, an observer at the INT telescope.
Credit: Moein Mosleh.
Date: 2014.
Available formats: YouTube.
Description: Timelapse videos featuring the INT mainly.
Credit: Twan Bekkers and Casper ter Kuile.
Date: 2014.
Available formats: Dropbox | Zip file
Description: Presentation of ING, ~10 minutes, including footage of the WHT and INT, and astronomical images.
Credit: Javier Méndez.
Date: 2015.
Available formats: WMV | AVI | MP4.
Description: Presentation of ING, ~10 minutes, including astronomical images and the movie "An Observer". Only available at ING.
Credit: Javier Méndez, Moein Mosleh.
Date: 2015.
Available formats: WMV | WMV (only images, no sound) | MP4 (only images, no sound).
Description: Presentation of WEAVE. Only available at ING.
Credit: Javier Méndez.
Date: 2015.
Available formats: WMV.
Description: CANARY laser in operation.
Credit: Andrew Reeves.
Date: 2012.
Available formats: YouTube.
Description: CANARY laser in operation.
Credit: Alexandre Santerne.
Date: 29 June 2015.
Available formats: YouTube.
Description: Seven Sisters or Pleiades (M45).
Credit: Brady Haran.
Date: 2011.
Available files: YouTube.
Description: "Desmontando a Plutón", Informe Semanal report on the encounter of New Horizons with Pluto.
Credit: TVE.
Date: 01 August 2015.
Available files: TVE.
Description: Talk "William Herschel, astrónomo y músico". More information.
Credit: Wolfgang Jung.
Date: 2017.
Available formats: YouTube.
Description: Time-lapse movie of the William Herschel Telescope, including other views of the Roque de Los Muchachos Observatory and La Palma. More information.
Credit: Vikas Chander.
Date: September 2016.
Available formats: Vimeo.


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