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Bright, hot and surprisingly frequent – these are just some of the properties of the small campfires that Solar Orbiter has made visible. more

A comet impact on Jupiter 27 years ago makes it possible for the first time to directly measure the winds in the gas giant's stratosphere. more

Dr. Erling Nielsen, former scientist at the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research (formerly: Max Planck Institute for Aeronomy) passed away on March 6 this year after a long illness. For more than 31 years, Dr. Nielsen helped shape the research at the institute. more

Ancient tree slices and an improved C14 method provide a unique glimpse into our star's past. more

The Sunrise III mission will look at the Sun from the stratosphere equipped with three new scientific instruments. more

NASA Award for MPS Engineer

January 07, 2021

As a member of the InSight Instrument Site Selection Team, Dr. Marco Bierwirth selected the deployment site for the seismometer SEIS on the surface of Mars. more

The German Research Foundation funds ‘Mathematics of Experiment’ with approximately nine million euros. more

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