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Dr. rer. nat. Birgit Ritter
SpaceLife Doctoral Candidate 2009 - 2013


Ritter B (2013) The Mobile Dosimetric Telescope - A Small Active Dosimeter for the Application in Space – Development, Calibration and Measurements – Dissertation (Dr. rer. nat.), Institute of Experim...
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Related Topics: Astronomy Astrophysics

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Vesta is the third largest, and second-most massive asteroid in the main belt, having a mean diameter of about 525 km. Vesta orbits the Sun at a distance of 350 million kilometers and rotates once aro...
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Related Topics: Astronomy Lunar and Planetary Science and Exploration

5th TerraSAR-X and 4th TanDEM-X Science Team Meetings


From 10 to 14 June 2013 the 5th TerraSAR-X and 4th TanDEM-X international gathering of users of data from these missions for science purposes took place at DLR in Oberpfaffenhofen. Over 300 participan...
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Related Topics: Spacecraft Design, Testing and Performance Astronomy

01.02.2012 - Undulating terrain in Vesta’s southern hemisphere


This Dawn FC (framing camera) image shows some of the undulating terrain in Vesta’s southern hemisphere. This undulating terrain consists of linear, curving hills and depressions, which are most disti...
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Related Topics: Astronomy Lunar and Planetary Science and Exploration

Mekong Environmental Symposium 2013


The Mekong Environmental Symposium 2013 takes place from March 5th to 7th 2013 in Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon
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13.02.2012 - Vesta’s surface at high resolution: dominated by impact craters


In this Dawn FC (framing camera) image a large number of craters, formed by collisions into the surface of Vesta, are visible. The craters in this image range in diameter from less than 1 kilometer (0...
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Related Topics: Astronomy Lunar and Planetary Science and Exploration
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