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Global artist at work

Impressing structures can be observed these days when looking at the global stratospheric ozone distribution. Wave like structures, filaments and even filigree patterns are revealed from satellite ba...
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Helmholtz Alliance "Planetary Evolution and Life"

The Helmholtz Alliance is using an interdisciplinary approach to investigate the relationships between the formation of planets and the evolution of life. Entire planets are included in the study, fro...
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Decades of space missions have revealed geological structures on Mars that are among the most astonishing in the Solar System: giant volcanoes, deep canyons, valley networks, impact craters and many m...
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Extreme depletion of arctic ozone in March/April 2011
Total ozone over northern Scandinavia in 2010

Latest measurements suggest that atmospheric ozone levels are at a record low in the Arctic for March. Unusually low temperatures in the Arctic stratosphere at about 20 km altitude have recently initi...
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Optimal use of renewable energy sources – „Energy Meteorology Knowledge Network” launched

What are optimal locations for future solar and wind energy converters? Can wind strength be predicted? Where can the highest levels of solar insolation be expected in the next few days and how high w...
Related Topics: Solar Physics System Analysis Meteorology and Climatology Electronics and Electrical Engineering Geophysics Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics

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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