Stellar Astrophysics Centre:

Research on the Sun, stars

and extra-solar planets


NASA's exoplanet hunter Kepler. Credits: NASA/Wendy Stenzel/Daniel Rutter

2018.10.31 | Public/media, Staff, Students

Goodbye Kepler, and thanks for all the data

NASA announced on 30 Oct 2018 that the Kepler spacecraft will be retired because it finally has run out of fuel for the control system.

An active region of the Sun. The dark spots are “sunspots”. Credit: NASA/SDO/AIA/HMI/Goddard Space Flight Center.

2018.10.29 | Research news, Public/media, Staff

Building Butterflies from Starlight

Read the interesting astrobite about the article "Butterfly diagram of a Sun-like star observed using asteroseismology" with Jørgen Christensen-Dalsgaard and Tim White as co-authors.

Tina Santl-Temkiv doing field work in Greenland

2018.09.19 | Public/media, Staff, Students

Villum grant for Tina Santl-Temkiv

How do sea ice microorganisms effect cloud processes in the Arctic?

Differential rotation in the Sun

2018.09.19 | Public/media, Staff, Students

Our Sun is turning - but not like the others

The rotation of the Sun is a complicated matter, and astronomers are quite a bit away from a full understanding of why this is. 13 other sunlike stars behave in almost the same way, according to recent Science paper with Jørgen Christensen-Dalsgaard as co-author

Den åbne stjernehob NGC6791, hvor stjernen V106 er markeret.

2018.09.07 | Research news, Staff, Students

Stellar infight ends in cosmic embrace

In a recently published study of the star V106 in the open cluster NGC 6791, astronomers from a.o. Stellar Astrophysics Centre, Aarhus University have witnessed an astronomical infight before their very eyes.

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