2016.04.11 | Public/media, Staff, Students
Coming too close to the fire will get your fingers burnt. This is also valid for exoplanets orbiting remote stars. Mia S. Lundkvist et al; many affiliated with SAC, have shown that it is also true in the real world. Recent paper titled "Hot super-Earths stripped by their host stars" in Nature Communications.
2016.03.23 | Public/media
It happened in 1859, almost in 2012. It will happen again: The Sun erupts in an enormous flare able to destroy the electromagnetic infrastructure on Earth. Christoffer Karoff and Mads Faurschou Knudsen of IFA and Department of Geoscience warns in a paper in Nature Communications: Not the end of the World - just of civilization!
2016.01.25 | Public/media, Staff, Students
SAC's leading role in exoplanet research secured into the TESS era with recent grant from Aarhus University Research Foundation for Victor Silva Aguirre.
2016.01.12 | Public/media, Staff, Students
Remo Collet has joined the Stellar Astrophysics Centre 1 January 2016
2016.01.05 | Public/media, Staff, Students
A new method for determining of the surface gravity of stars, based on Kepler observations of granulation improves the precision of gravity determinations to 4%. The method is viable for many more types of stars than previously possible. The method is published 1 January 2016 in a paper in Science Advances by a group of researchers including…