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Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is in central Europe’s temperate zone at the transition between maritime and continental climates. The climate is humid year-round. Strong regional variations can be note...
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DLR-ISIS: A new global data set of solar irradiance

Based on satellite data a global data set covering more than 21 years was derived at the Institute of Atmospheric Physics describing the amount and the variability of the solar irradiance impinging th...
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Examination of Space Concepts

In this area system and mission concepts are worked out, design-tasks are carried out on a subsystem level (e.g. structure, thermal, power, communication) and trades on e.g. accommodation, integration...
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Wind Energy

To build larger and more efficient wind turbines at lower cost, lower environmental impact and higher societal acceptance is a challenging endeavour for research and development. At DLR interdisciplin...
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Global climate

The global climate is changing. According to IPCC a large fraction of this change is anthropogenic due to the emissions of greenhouse gases, their precursors or other directly and indirectly radiative...
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Heavy Rain Risk: EOC System furnishes information

Heavy rains even far from rivers and lakes can quickly lead to serious flooding. EOC scientists have now developed a risk assessment system that makes it possible for the first time to ascertain the t...
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Weather contributes both directly and indirectly to delays, incidents, and accidents in air traffic. The increasing demand for air transport makes air traffic more vulnerable to adverse weather condit...
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