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Research on the Sun, stars

and extra-solar planets


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.

Can you find Delphini-1? Image taken shortly after deployment from the ISS. Credit: NASA and NanoRacks.

19.02.2019 | Offentligheden / Pressen, Medarbejdere, Studerende

Delphini-1: All is well

The problems with our ground station have been solved, and we are communicating with our satellite

One of the trusty tools for doing air samples is a rebuilt vacuum cleaner; here mounted on the inland ice of Greenland. Tina Šantl-Temkiv is checking the equipment. Photo: David Babb.

19.02.2019 | Offentligheden / Pressen, Studerende, Medarbejdere

PI-ICE - sampling bioaerosols in the Antarctic

When the sea is foaming there is more than water and salt involved

Colliding exoplanets around Kepler-107 Sun-like star. Illustration: Zoe M. Leinhardt and Thomas Denman, University of Bristol.

04.02.2019 | Medarbejdere

Collision the cause of unusual mass distribution in Kepler-107 system

In a paper in Nature Astronomy Letters of 4 February 2019 main author Aldo Bonomo and a.o. several SAC related researchers explain the possible relation between the Super-Earth exoplanets K-107c and K107b.

04.02.2019 | Medarbejdere

Still no contact with Delphini-1

The Aarhus University student satellite Delphini-1 was deployed as scheduled from the International Space Station on Thursday 31 January. We are still waiting to hear from it, but are confident.

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