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17 JUN

Bulgarian science talents wins space contest in Denmark

A team of talented young Bulgarians secured a ticket to the finals of the European youth space contest Odysseus II after winning the regional semi finals in Denmark...

Space research
13 JUN

European space science talents to compete in Denmark

DTU Space sends 27 talented young people to the Odysseus Space Contest at Maersk Mc-Kinney Moeller Science Centre i Soroe, Denmark. They compete for a ticket to the finals...

Space research
12 JUN

DTU concludes international ice-mapping in the Arctic

In spring 2017, an international team led by DTU Space has mapped the ice above the sea and land from Canada over Greenland to Svalbard to gain as detailed a picture as...

Ice research Climate change Mapping and surveying
08 JUN

DTU Space launches new technology on the hunt for neutron stars

NASA’s recently launched NICER mission—which is to obtain new knowledge about extreme stars in the Milky Way—includes new Danish navigation technology and an exciting scientific...

Space research Astrophysics Space technology and instruments
30 MAY

DTU helps NASA map Jupiter's magnetic field

Jupiter’s magnetic field is very different to what was previously assumed. This is evident from new scientific findings from the Juno mission, which are now being published...

Space research Space technology and instruments The Solar system
02 MAY

DTU to test balloon communication with Swiss colleagues

DTU Space has developed a system for ground-to-ground communication via balloons, which is to be tested over a distance of 1,000 km in collaboration with the technical...

Space research Telecommunication
03 APR

DTU assesses research-related tasks for ESA

DTU Space has been chosen to head the work of selecting new projects for the European Space Agency, ESA , which are to ensure that the large volumes of data from the...

Earth's magnetic field Earth sciences Space research
23 MAR

Upper part of Earth’s magnetic field reveals a dramatic past

New research based on data from the European Swarm-satellites maps details of the Earth's magnetic field that reveals a possible meteorite impact in Africa some 540 million...

Earth's magnetic field
17 MAR

Solar outbursts trigger surprising phenomenon near Earth

New research from DTU and international partners shows that eruptions on the Sun’s surface not only send bursts of energetic particles into the Earth’s atmosphere causing...

Earth observation Space research Earth's magnetic field
14 MAR

DTU to deliver drone system for Arctic measurements

Newly developed drone technology from DTU Space is to ensure more efficient climate change monitoring in the Arctic. The equipment will now be handed over to the Villum...

Ice research Climate change Mapping and surveying

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