Oxygen fluctuations on Mars a mystery for scientists to solve
Over the course of nearly six years, the instrument SAM (Sample Analysis of Mars) at NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity rover has acquired atmospheric composition measurements of the air of Gale Crater on Mars.
Climate Change action continues with Kråkbergsskolan students
As a continuation of the activity started last May, a group of fifteen Kråkbergsskolan students took part of the Climate Change activity organized by GAS with the goal to improve their awareness about this global phenomena.
HABIT Tour, One Year Touring Space Science
HABIT Tour is s space communication tool using an innovative format based on a face-to-face interaction with all types of audiences using hands-on resources form them as mock ups, every-day life objects, replicas, etc…
FORUM: a mission selected by ESA to view the Earth with different eyes
ESA has chosen the Far-infrared-Outgoing-Radiation Understanding and Monitoring (FORUM)mission to be the ninth Earth Explorer mission.
A new GAS field site campaign in laktajakka valley
A new Abisko (this time a single day) fieldwork campaign has been developed by GAS on September 26 in the Laktajakka Valley.
Award-winning GAS research
GAS-LTU PhD students Miracle Israel Nazarious and Thasshwin Mathanlal have participated at the 70th edition of the International Astronautical Congress (IAC).