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Delphini-1 Satellitte

2021.02.04 | Department of Geoscience, Staff

The Delphini-1 satellite has surprised everyone with a full 2 years in space

On January 31, 2019, the student satellite Delphini-1 was launched into space and is still out there. It is much longer than expected. The satellite has regularly sent photos of its journey and the students have even attempted a daring maneuver. Read more about this in the article. (In Danish)

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2021.02.03 | Department of Geoscience, Staff

Darwin called it an "abhorrent" mystery, but new findings mean that we are one step closer to unravel the mystery.

Professor Emerita Else Marie Friis from the Department of Geoscience has with her research in fossils helped to show that flowering plants have developed over time and thus the solution to the mystery is closer to a clarification. Read more in the article. (In Danish)

2021.01.28 | Department of Geoscience, Staff

Have a guess at the Delphini-1 decay date and win a LEGO model

Now you have the chance to win a 1:1 scale model of the student satellite Delphini-1 made of LEGO. Do you have the best guess as to what date the decay will happen?

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