Today sees the publication of a wealth of results from the spacecraft’s cruise phase. That's not bad for a mission yet to have entered its main science phase. RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics is part of the mission.
Tired of zoom meetings and home office, RoCS PhD student Rebecca Robinson arranged herself a job on the Hurtigruten as an Expedition Lecturer. The lectures on the Sun and the Northern Lights are part of the doctoral degree at the Department of Theoretical Astrophysics.
The SolarALMA project run by RoCS - the Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics - has just been concluded. The result is an archive with science-ready ALMA observations of the Sun. The archive is now open for all scientists.
The European Solar Physics Meeting (ESPM) is held this week with 635 participants and 413 talks. Associate professor Tiago Pereira at RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics has the main responsibility for one of the largest Zoom meetings ever organized in solar physics.
A group of researchers is using artificial intelligence techniques to calibrate some of NASA’s images of the Sun, helping improve the data that scientists use for solar research. RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics partakes in the research.
Space mission Solar Orbiter’s SoloHI instrument captures its first coronal mass ejection, which are important drivers of space weather. RoCS – Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics, UiO contributes in the space mission that makes it possible.
Many people start in astrophysics because of the beauty in trying to understand the mysteries of our universe. Myself (and maybe others?) because we like the beauty of using computers in challenging ways plus cool mathematics when applied to astrophysics, writes Maria Guadalupe Barios Sazo at RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics.
Bart De Pontieu, Professor II, explores the findings, advances made, challenges and future hopes for the data collected by IRIS, the NASA Small Explorer spacecraft.
Heating of the solar atmosphere (i.e., the chromosphere, the transition region, and the corona) has been a much-debated topic in solar physics for many decades. Seven researchers and scientists at RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics, UiO, comes up with some answers in a worldwide cooperation.