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Early Warning of ionospheric disturbances for GNSS users

Temporal and spatial gradients in the ionosphere caused by passing space weather event (e.g. a coronal mass ejection), can endanger communication and navigation satellite systems. The timely informati...
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Winter in the stratosphere ends

There is evidence for the approaching end of the winter also in the stratosphere: Large-scale dynamic activity has been increasing since mid December 2009 and seems to collapse during the next days - ...
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Dassault Falcon 20-E5

Among its fleet of highly modified aircraft the twin engine jet Falcon 20 E covers the largest flight envelope and is one of the few aircraft in Europe which is able to reach the stratosphere well abo...
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REXUS - Rocket Experiments for University Students

The REXUS research rockets are suitable for atmospheric research projects and for technological experiments. The rocket offers an apogee of about 100 km and an experiment time of several minutes.
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Within Europe’s family of GMES (Global Monitoring for Environment and Security) projects, MACC-II (Monitoring Atmospheric Composition and Climate, phase 2) deals with the atmosphere. DLR is in charge ...
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Charles Bolden, head of NASA visits the EOC

In the course of his tour of Germany, the head of NASA, Charles Bolden, visited DLR’s Earth Observation Center EOC. He expressed his appreciation for EOC’s geoscience work: “Only by close cooperation,...
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Launched in 18 October 1989, the Galileo spacecraft arrived at Jupiter on 7 December 1995, when it fired its main engine for a successful orbit capture around Jupiter. It was designed to study the pla...
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