The Centre brings together the top specialists in space science and technology in Finland, and aims at revolutionising experimental space physics with the help of nano-satellites, international space missions, and high performance computing models. At the same time it takes a step towards orbit safety by developing de-orbiting technologies in order to maintain space as a sustainable environment for science, technology and businesses.
The Centre of Excellence consortium consists of the University of Helsinki, Aalto University, the University of Turku, and the Finnish Meteorological Institute.
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.@PRACE_RI granted valuable computing resources for @MinnaPalmroth for space weather research. The group is using a… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

.@Maxime_Grandin giving an invted talk in 14th International Conference on Substorms in Tromso - talking about prot… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

Celebrating @Maxime_Grandin accepted paper by Maxime’s #proton #precipitation cake! ann-geophys-discuss.net/angeo-2019-59/ https://t.co/tFhBONF5S3

TO 29.8. on harvinainen tilaisuus päästä ilmaiseksi kuulemaan yleistajuista esitystä #Apollo-ohjelmasta, kun #tiedetwitter.com/i/web/status/1…