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Astronomy / Space - Physics - 09.02.2024
Universität Hamburg Involved in LISA Observatory Development
Universität Hamburg Involved in LISA Observatory Development
The planning phase for the innovative space observatory LISA was completed successfully. This marks the start of the implementation phase of a large-scale international project that includes 3 research groups at Universität Hamburg.

Physics - Astronomy / Space - 02.02.2024
'Scientific curiosity is what drives me'
’Scientific curiosity is what drives me’
Christian Weinheimer is in search of dark matter and the mass of neutrinos Christian Weinheimer sees his job as a university professor as having something of the football coach.

Astronomy / Space - Research Management - 01.02.2024
Cutting-Edge Observation and Data Processing Systems for Astronomy
Cutting-Edge Observation and Data Processing Systems for Astronomy

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 31.01.2024
Universität Hamburg participates in the development of the observatory 'LISA'
Universität Hamburg participates in the development of the observatory ’LISA’
The planning phase of the innovative space observatory -LISA- has been successfully completed. The implementation phase of the major international project, in which three working groups at the University of Hamburg are involved, has now begun.

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 31.01.2024
The X-ray sky opens to the world
The X-ray sky opens to the world
First eROSITA sky-survey data release makes public the largest ever catalogue of high-energy cosmic sources X-ray astronomy has an eventful 60-year history of exploring the extremes of the universe: from exploding stars to active galactic nuclei, which, with their supermassive black holes, are arguably the most efficient sources of energy in the universe.

Astronomy / Space - 25.01.2024
New Telescope for Student's Satellite
New Telescope for Student’s Satellite

Physics - Astronomy / Space - 18.01.2024
Unravelling the mystery of super-strong magnetic fields
Unravelling the mystery of super-strong magnetic fields

Astronomy / Space - Computer Science - 09.01.2024
European Supercomputer Aids Heidelberg Astrophysics
Heidelberg researchers receive computing time for simulating the behaviour of cosmic gases and plasmas during star formation A Swiss-German research team hopes to unlock the secrets of star formation

Physics - Astronomy / Space - 04.12.2023
Understanding particle interactions in neutron stars
Understanding particle interactions in neutron stars
Neutron stars may be much heavier than predicted by theory. This is possibly due to hyperons, i.e. poorly understood elementary particles.

Astronomy / Space - Research Management - 23.11.2023
A New Look at Dark Matter
A New Look at Dark Matter

Environment - Astronomy / Space - 07.11.2023
Shaping the future of space travel sustainably
Shaping the future of space travel sustainably

Innovation - Astronomy / Space - 06.11.2023
Nanosatellite to Test Novel AI Technologies
Nanosatellite to Test Novel AI Technologies
A new Würzburg space mission is on the home straight: The SONATE-2 nanosatellite will test novel artificial intelligence hardware and software technologies in orbit.

Astronomy / Space - 16.10.2023
Ancient Egyptian temple ceiling restoration complete
Ancient Egyptian temple ceiling restoration complete
Experts from Egypt and Germany have finished restoring the ceiling of the Temple of Esna.

Astronomy / Space - Microtechnics - 21.09.2023
Robots, Universe and Digital Maps
Robots, Universe and Digital Maps

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 19.09.2023
New Emmy Noether Independent Junior Research Group Studies Supermassive Black Holes
New Emmy Noether Independent Junior Research Group Studies Supermassive Black Holes

Astronomy / Space - Environment - 11.09.2023
A forecasting revolution on its way
A forecasting revolution on its way
The preliminary data from the MTG-I1 satellite, the first of a new generation of meteorological satellites for the even better monitoring and forecasting of severe weather events, are breathtaking They keep the promise of a revolution in weather forecasting and in nowcasting destructive extreme weather events.

Astronomy / Space - 31.08.2023
Counting lights for science
Counting lights for science
Researchers at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum are looking for interested people who want to participate in their project as Citizen Scientists. Most of us turn off the light in our rooms before we go to bed, but what about the lights outside of our houses? That's a question that researchers at Ruhr University Bochum are examining this September and October, and they're asking the public to help.

Astronomy / Space - Event - 30.08.2023
Award for Heidelberg Astrophysicist

Physics - Astronomy / Space - 30.08.2023
A Truly Interstellar Physics Show
A Truly Interstellar Physics Show

Astronomy / Space - Event - 29.08.2023
Conference: Where the Elements of our Periodic System Arise

Astronomy / Space - 04.08.2023
Euclid space telescope catches its first glimpse
Euclid space telescope catches its first glimpse
German research institutes are pleased with the first test images Euclid, ESA's newest space telescope with strong German participation, has delivered its first test images a few weeks after the rocket launch.

Astronomy / Space - Environment - 31.07.2023
CNES teams up with the Copernicus WEkEO federation
CNES teams up with the Copernicus WEkEO federation

Astronomy / Space - Event - 28.07.2023
Prestigious Award for Klaus Schilling
Prestigious Award for Klaus Schilling

Astronomy / Space - 26.07.2023
The 'science boat' MS Wissenschaft is coming to Bonn in early August
The ’science boat’ MS Wissenschaft is coming to Bonn in early August

Physics - Astronomy / Space - 25.07.2023
Journey to the Big Bang extended to 7 May 2023
Journey to the Big Bang extended to 7 May 2023

Astronomy / Space - Computer Science - 11.07.2023
Satellite security lags decades behind the state of the art
Satellite security lags decades behind the state of the art
Researchers have tested the software of three satellites. And they found many standard security mechanisms missing. Thousands of satellites are currently orbiting the Earth, and there will be many more in the future. Researchers from Ruhr University Bochum and the CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security in Saarbrücken have assessed the security of these systems from an IT perspective.

Astronomy / Space - 06.07.2023
Starlink satellite electronics interfere with radio telescopes
Starlink satellite electronics interfere with radio telescopes
Just like us, using mobile phones, satellites also communicate with each other and with receiving stations on Earth using radio waves.

Astronomy / Space - 05.07.2023
EUMETSAT moves to expand research usage of its satellite data
EUMETSAT moves to expand research usage of its satellite data
Cooperation with science organisations will maximise the benefits to society from the data EUMETSAT satellites produce EUMETSAT will establish cooperation agreements with national research and develop

Astronomy / Space - 05.07.2023
EUMETSAT appoints Ombudsperson to ensure procurements transparency
EUMETSAT appoints Ombudsperson to ensure procurements transparency

Astronomy / Space - 03.07.2023
Europe's first lightning imager to produce a meteorological breakthrough
Europe’s first lightning imager to produce a meteorological breakthrough
Instrument is a first for Europe and could significantly benefit the prediction of severe storms The first ever satellite instrument continuously detecting lightning over Europe and Africa has been sw

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 01.07.2023
Euclid space telescope successfully launched into space / Project with participation from Bonn
Euclid space telescope successfully launched into space / Project with participation from Bonn
German research institutes participating at the forefront of dark matter and dark energy research The European Space Agency's Euclid space telescope was launched into space today at 17:11 CEST on a Falcon 9 rocket from the U.S. space company SpaceX.

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 22.06.2023
The Stars in View
The Stars in View

Astronomy / Space - Chemistry - 15.06.2023
Using the tools of chemistry to search for life in space
Using the tools of chemistry to search for life in space
Phosphorus is one of the building blocks of life and has never been discovered beyond Earth. Scientists from Germany, Japan and the USA have now proven that phosphorus salts can be found in an ocean under the ice of Saturn's moon Enceladus and have published their findings in the journal Nature. Among them is Bernd Abel from the Institute of Technical Chemistry at the University of Leipzig.

Innovation - Astronomy / Space - 14.06.2023
Heinrich Hertz space mission ready for launch: Experiments from TU Ilmenau on board
Heinrich Hertz space mission ready for launch: Experiments from TU Ilmenau on board
When the German communications satellite Heinrich-Hertz is launched into space on June 16, it will also have experiments from the Technische Universität Ilmenau on board.

Astronomy / Space - Earth Sciences - 02.06.2023
Mars as You've Never Seen It Before
Mars as You’ve Never Seen It Before
Twenty-year anniversary of the Mars Express: Planetary researchers at Freie Universität Berlin publish color mosaic of Mars with never before seen details Twenty years ago to the day, the European space probe Mars Express began its journey to Earth's "red" neighbor.

Astronomy / Space - Research Management - 10.05.2023
University of Bonn Exhibit Aboard 'MS Wissenschaft'
University of Bonn Exhibit Aboard ’MS Wissenschaft’
Argelander Institute, Matter Transdisciplinary Research Area and enaCom Transfer Center all involved The "MS Wissenschaft" is setting sail from Berlin, and the University of Bonn is among those on board.

Astronomy / Space - 10.05.2023
Researchers Slake Thirst for Knowledge in Hamburg's Bars and Pubs on 11 May
Researchers Slake Thirst for Knowledge in Hamburg’s Bars and Pubs on 11 May

Astronomy / Space - 04.05.2023
Europe's advanced new weather satellite reveals Earth in her (cloudy) beauty
Europe’s advanced new weather satellite reveals Earth in her (cloudy) beauty
The first image from Europe's newest weather satellite, released today, reveals conditions over Europe, Africa and the Atlantic with an extraordinary level of detail.

Astronomy / Space - Event - 13.04.2023
Top-Class Award for Two Heidelberg Astrophysicists

Campus - Astronomy / Space - 10.03.2023
First Lecture on Sky Phenomena
First Lecture on Sky Phenomena

Campus - Astronomy / Space - 08.03.2023
’What we perceive as a beginning or an end depends on our interpretation’

Astronomy / Space - 20.02.2023
'Digital Astronaut': TU Ilmenau wins federal competition with virtual reality project
’Digital Astronaut’: TU Ilmenau wins federal competition with virtual reality project
With the research project "Digital Astronaut - Outboard Mission in Space", the TU Ilmenau has won the university competition "Science Year 2023 - Our Universe".

Astronomy / Space - Earth Sciences - 02.02.2023
'Astronauts will be acting as field researchers again'
’Astronauts will be acting as field researchers again’
Harald Hiesinger talks about the European Space Agency's -PANGAEA- training programme and about his job as a course instructor In a few years' time, man wants to return to the Moon.

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 01.02.2023
'We shouldn't define the Big Bang as a clear border'
’We shouldn’t define the Big Bang as a clear border’
Philosopher of science Ulrich Krohs and physicist Kai Schmitz talk about the universe Science Year 2023 is devoting itself to the subject of "Our Universe".

Astronomy / Space - Earth Sciences - 31.01.2023
Planetary Scientist Professor Lena Noack to Receive Funding from the European Research Council with an ERC Consolidator Grant
Planetary Scientist Professor Lena Noack to Receive Funding from the European Research Council with an ERC Consolidator Grant

Astronomy / Space - 18.01.2023
Aerospace student experiences weightlessness during parabolic flight
Aerospace student experiences weightlessness during parabolic flight
Michaela Benthaus at "AstroAccess" in Houston Michaela Benthaus had dreamed of becoming an astronaut since she was a young girl.

Astronomy / Space - Earth Sciences - 28.12.2022
EUMETSAT takes over control of its newest weather satellite
EUMETSAT takes over control of its newest weather satellite

Astronomy / Space - Innovation - 15.12.2022
Preventing Collisions of Small Satellites
Preventing Collisions of Small Satellites
Using artificial intelligence methods to prevent collisions of nanosatellites in orbit: This is the aim of a new project in which students are leading the pen.

Astronomy / Space - 13.12.2022
Weather forecasting set to enter a new era with tonight's launch of next-generation satellite
Weather forecasting set to enter a new era with tonight’s launch of next-generation satellite
New-generation satellite carries more advanced instruments for monitoring and forecasting severe weather events Tonight's launch of a highly advanced meteorological satellite from, Kourou, French Guia

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 08.12.2022
How it All Began-- Of Galaxies, Quarks, and Collisions: A Trip to the Beginnings of the Universe
How it All Began-- Of Galaxies, Quarks, and Collisions: A Trip to the Beginnings of the Universe
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