Sentinel 1A Continues the Work ERS and Envisat Satellites Start
Looking for exo-planets is one of the hottest research fields for the scientists within the field of astronomy.
- Eigil Friis-Christensen – “The Father of Swarm”
- The Mission Manager – Ensuring Data for the Scientific Community
“Swarm” is a highly international project, but in spite of that, Denmark is the main operator in proposals, developing, building instruments and processing data, and also heads the project team.
The European Space Agency, ESA, builds and launches environmental satellites supposed to monitor the environment on Earth. However, this activity, intended to promote what is best for Mother Earth, leaves behind new kinds of pollution in the form of emission from the launcher in the atmosphere, fragments from the upper stage of the launcher in […]
Utilize Polar Wind Phenomena Investigating Gamma Rays in the Universe
Credit figure: Alexandre Szames, Antigravité, Paris Space rubbish and inactive and outdated (dead) satellites are an increasing threat for satellites in the most used altitudes. The only real way to prevent the accumulation of space debris is to wait for the time they will be caught up by the atmosphere and burn up. The […]
Selected for Soyuz mission to Space Station in 2015 NordicSpace met Andreas Mogensen for the first time the day he was introduced to the press as one of the new ESA astronauts in 2009. Since then, four years have passed and we wanted to talk with Andreas again about his whereabouts, what he is currently […]
Generally speaking, it is a fair assumption that the sun is a blessing for Mother Earth and without this source of light and heat no life would have exited here. For most people there are few serious dangers when it comes to the sun, because through generations and increased solar research humans adjusted. Having said […]
Developing, building and launching satellites is only a small part of the job. Operating satellites in space is another, and most certainly not always a routine job. Not all satellites function perfectly during their expected life span; some have different lacks during launch, some are in a wrong orbit, some stop functioning before the end […]