Seminars

IRF:s Johan Kero om månförmörkelsen



Forskare Johan Kero vid Institutet för rymdfysik i Kiruna har intervjuats om månförmörkelsen som ägde rum tidigt i morse (den 28 september). Johan förklarar varför månen blir röd vid en månförmörkelse och berättar att nästa månförmörkelse som man kan se från Sverige sker år 2018.

SVT Nyheter Norrbotten den 27 september: http://www.svt.se/nyheter/regionalt/norrbotten/blodmane-syns-over-norrland
(videoklipp: http://www.svtplay.se/klipp/3860331/blodmane-syns-over-norrland)

Sveriges Radio P4 Norrbotten den 27 september: http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=98&artikel=6264628

Created 2015-09-28 15:57:38 by Rick McGregor
Last changed 2015-09-28 15:57:38 by Rick McGregor

The Swedish Institute of Space Physics (IRF) is a governmental research institute which conducts research and postgraduate education in atmospheric physics, space physics and space technology. Measurements are made in the atmosphere, ionosphere, magnetosphere and around other planets with the help of ground-based equipment (including radar), stratospheric balloons and satellites. IRF was established (as Kiruna Geophysical Observatory) in 1957 and its first satellite instrument was launched in 1968. The head office is in Kiruna (geographic coordinates 67.84° N, 20.41° E) and IRF also has offices in Umeå, Uppsala and Lund.