Aarhus University is getting its own space programme

The first Aarhus satellite AUSAT-1 will provide students and scientists with an opportunity for a new approach to research via satellites. The project is headed by Department of Physics and Astronomy, Department of Engineering, and Department of Geoscience.

2017.03.23 | Lone Davidsen

The first Aarhus satellite will provide both students and scientists with an opportunity for a new approach to research via satellites in a new collaboration with the Danish space company GomSpace A/S. The project’s core mission is to study the way nanosatellites can be used to carry out scientific investigations. The satellite is called AUSAT-1, and it is funded by the Aarhus University Research Foundation. The first Aarhus satellite will provide both students and scientists with an opportunity for a new approach to research via satellites in a new collaboration with the Danish space company GomSpace A/S. The project’s core mission is to study the way nanosatellites can be used to carry out scientific investigations. The satellite is called AUSAT-1, and it is funded by the Aarhus University Research Foundation.

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At Department of Geoscience, Christoffer Karoff is the contact person of the project. You are welcome to contact him if you are interested in more information.

 

 

Department of Geoscience, Staff