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13.03.2019 | Medarbejdere, Offentligheden / Pressen, Studerende

Preparing for the next black-swan solar storm

In 775 and 993 the entire Earth was struck by monstrous solar storms that are clearly visibile in the Carbon-14 datings. It will happen again!

The horizon of our Blue Planet as seen from somewhere over the Southern Pacific. Photo: The Delphini-1 team.

12.03.2019 | Medarbejdere, Studerende, Offentligheden / Pressen

First (nice) Light from Delphini-1

After quite some effort and a lot of sleepless nights (literally, as Delphini-1 passes over Aarhus during the night at the moment) we finally took, at least for us, the most beautiful pictures.

Explaining her science project to a couple of very interested locals. Photo: TST.

04.03.2019 | Medarbejdere, Offentligheden / Pressen, Studerende

Greetings from Antarctica

Tina Santl-Temkiv of Bioscience and SAC in Aarhus reports all well from the deep South.

From Jelshøj South of Aarhus the short range radio connection between Delphini-1 (in the box) and the control station was tested OK. Photo: SAC/AU.

28.02.2019 | Medarbejdere, Offentligheden / Pressen, Studerende

Get an overview of the Delphini-1 project up to now

Our CubeSat Delphini-1 has a prominent place in the recent copy of Aktuel Naturvidenskab

Orion Nebula with SkyCam-2 on SONG telescope. Credit: Mads Fredslund Andersen/SONG/AU

21.02.2019 | Offentligheden / Pressen, Medarbejdere, Studerende

IFA Ideas prize payoff

Mads Fredslund Andersen, SAC and SONG, received the IFA Ideas prize for 2015 for a small piggyback telescope intended for the Tenerife based SONG telescope. Here is a beautiful example of the result.

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