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The discovery of diverse ices in the darkest, coldest regions of a molecular cloud measured to date has been announced by an international team of astronomers using the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope. Researchers at the Center for Interstellar Catalysis, University of Aarhus and at Copenhagen University made important contributions to this work.
The full press release (in Danish only) can be found via this link.
Minutes of the DEEP General Assembly
Time: 26 September 2022 at 10-15
Place: Room S12 DTU and online
Every Thursday Morning at 10 you can hear space news on the talk-radio channel R4DIO, and later you can hear the individual broadcasts as podcasts. Our people at SpaCe has been participating several times, and below are links to some of the radioshows - all are in Danish, and are hosted by Thomas Schumann. From SpaCe some of the participants are Christoffer Karoff, Hans Kjeldsen and Ole J. Knudsen.
"en helt vild oplevelse" udtaler fysikstuderende Astrid Theil. Hun er med i det team fra Aarhus Universitet og IT-Universitetet i København, som nu skal hårdt igang med at bygge deres helt egen satellit DISCO-2. Pengene er sikret, og så kan de studerende gå i gang med for alvor at få fingrene ned i projektet. Opsendelse i sommeren 2023, om alt går vel. Pressemeddelelsen med status for projektet pr marts 2022 kan findes her (på Dansk).