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ESA’s Billion Star Surveyor: UCL’s contribution

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Gaia payload module Credit: Astrium SAS

On Thursday 19 December at 09:12 GMT, a satellite designed to unlock the secrets of the birth and evolution of the Milky Way Galaxy will be launched by the European Space Agency.

New Results from Cryosat

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Cryosat, the European satellite first proposed at MSSL, has been delivering an unprecedented view of the seasonal growth and retreat of sea ice since its launch in 2010. A new Cryosat study presented in San Fransisco to the Americal Geophysical Union shows that there was 50% more sea ice in the Arctic this summer compared to 2012. This surprising result emerged from research by PhD student Rachel Tilling from the NERC Centre for Polar Observation and Modelling (CPOM) at UCL and is covered on the BBC News website.

PhD Opportunities at MSSL

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Department of Space & Climate Physics (Mullard Space Science Laboratory in the beautiful countryside in Surrey), University College London is currently accepting the applications for several PhD positions commencing in September 2014.

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