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2013
Photo: polarportal.dk
24 JUN

New web portal delivers current information about Arctic ice

DTU, DMI and GEUS have launched a joint web portal that conveys the latest observations and the newest knowledge on the development in the Arctic ice and climate.

Polar research Ice research Climate change Earth observation
LOTUS to monitor ocean and land
10 APR

LOTUS to monitor ocean and land

DTU Space is leading the new EU-project LOTUS. LOTUS will develop new methods for using satellite data to monitor ocean and land.

Space research
2012
Image of Greenlandic glaciers from the 1930's. Photo: Danish Arctic Institute.
18 JUN

Forgotten images shed light on Greenland's glaciers

Satellite images combined with a forgotten photo archive shed light on the melting of Greenland’s glaciers.

Polar research Ice research Earth observation
2010
Professor Fiona Harrison is awarded an honorary doctorate from DTU
10 MAY

Professor Fiona Harrison is awarded an honorary doctorate from DTU

Professor Fiona Harrison has been awarded an honorary doctorate at DTU. As a professor at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) she has devoted her career to...

Space research
Continuation of the Danish geomagnetic activities
05 JAN

Continuation of the Danish geomagnetic activities

The Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) are pleased to announce to the international scientific community that all Danish activities...

Space research
2009
The Arctic climate is changing drastically and rapidly
31 AUG

The Arctic climate is changing drastically and rapidly

The Arctic climate is changing drastically at a rapid pace and the effects will be felt on a global scale. That was the overall conclusion from a scientific conference...

Space research
NSI Article #1 in AGU Top Weekly Downloads
20 AUG

NSI Article #1 in AGU Top Weekly Downloads

A new scientific article from the National Space Institute is topping the AGU chart over Top Weekly downloads.

Space research
Cosmic meddling with the clouds by seven-day magic
03 AUG

Cosmic meddling with the clouds by seven-day magic

Billions of tonnes of water droplets vanish from the atmosphere, as if by magic, in events that reveal in detail how the Sun and the stars control our everyday clouds...

Space research
Director elected fellow of AGU
15 MAY

Director elected fellow of AGU

Eigil Friis-Christensen, the director of the National Space Institute at the Technical University of Denmark, has been elected a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union...

Space research
Global map of gravity anomalies in Physics Today
11 MAY

Global map of gravity anomalies in Physics Today

The april issue of the respected scientific journal Physics Today features a full-page global map of gravity anomalies produced by Dr. Ole Andersen and his colleagues at...

Space research
EGU awards the Director of the National Space Institute
11 MAY

EGU awards the Director of the National Space Institute

The European Geosciences Union (EGU) has awarded the 2009 Petrus Perigrinus Medal to the Director of the National Space Institute, Eigil Friis-Christensen. The medal is...

Space research
Danish scientists map white patches on the map of the world
16 MAR

Danish scientists map white patches on the map of the world

Using new satellite measurements, scientists at DTU Space have mapped some of the last unknown areas on the Earth. This will benefit shipping and the oil industry and lead...

Space research
Satellites show the way to new oil finds
27 FEB

Satellites show the way to new oil finds

A new map of the Earth’s gravitational force based on satellite measurements makes it much less resource intensive to find new oil deposits. The map will be particularly...

Space research
2008
Danish researchers build magnetic observatory in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean
20 NOV

Danish researchers build magnetic observatory in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean

A new Danish observatory on a remote island in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean will provide researchers with new knowledge about the mysterious irregularity of the Earth...

Space research
Ocean currents to be mapped from space
05 SEP

Ocean currents to be mapped from space

On 27 October 2008, the European Space Agency (ESA) will be sending GOCE, its newest Earth observation satellite, into orbit around the Earth, and for a team...

Space research
Bringing bright minds together on black holes
05 SEP

Bringing bright minds together on black holes

Gamma ray bursts, black holes and neutron stars are some of the exotic, cosmic phenomena which more than 100 of Europe’s leading astrophysicists will be discussing in Copenhagen...

Space research
Rare X-ray flashes reveal white dwarf
02 JUL

Rare X-ray flashes reveal white dwarf

Using a Danish telescope, scientists from DTU Space have caught rare, longer lasting X-ray flashes and have helped to identify a white dwarf star approx. 25,000 light years...

Space research
Surprisingly rapid changes in the Earth's core discovered
20 JUN

Surprisingly rapid changes in the Earth's core discovered

The movements in the liquid part of the Earth’s core are changing surprisingly quickly, and this affects the Earth’s magnetic field, according to new research from DTU...

Space research
Rendevouz in space
16 JUN

Rendevouz in space

During his Master's project, Mathias Benn from DTU Space developed a technology that enables two spaceships to rendezvous and dock in space - entirely without human intervention...

Space research

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