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Research on the Sun, stars

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17.04.2020 | Institut for Fysik og Astronomi, Medarbejdere, Offentligheden / Pressen, Studerende

Satellites can help with climate solutions

Satellite data can help us understand the changes happening on Earth. In a new podcast, Associate Professor Christoffer Karoff talks about the possibilities in data from satellites.

03.04.2020 | Institut for Fysik og Astronomi

COVID-19 closes the SONG telescope in Tenerife

The automated SONG telescope in Tenerife does not require on-site staff to conduct the observations of stars, yet the Corona virus has forced the leaders of the SONG project to shut down the observatory for at least two weeks.

03.04.2020 | Institut for Fysik og Astronomi

Gymnasieelever arbejder selvstændigt med topaktuel stjerneundersøgelse

En af nattehimlens mest kendte stjerner, Betelgeuse, falmer, og mens astronomer på hele kloden observerer stjernens udvikling, følger danske gymnasieelever med på sidelinjen. De sidder nemlig i første parket til nyeste viden fra astronomiens verden med undervisnings-iBogen Astronomi.

11.03.2020 | Institut for Fysik og Astronomi

The new SONG Spectrograph has arrived in Australia

On the 4th of March 2020 the new SONG spectrograph arrived at the Mt. Kent Observatory in Queensland, Australia. The spectrograph was build in the basement at IFA and will be used to analyse the light from stars collected through two telescopes at the observatory.

Another more recent galactic merger with NGC 2207 as the culprit. ESO photo

13.01.2020 | Studerende

Ancient Milky Way galactic merger timed by TESS observations of ν Indi

Paper in to-day's Nature Astronomy tells the story of an archeological dig into the past of our Milky Way

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