During the Swarm science meeting in Canada this week, new and exciting findings were presented, including a report on the asymmetry between the strong electric currents in the upper atmosphere in the north and south polar regions, respectively.
In a newly published article on the ESA homepage, Swarm science is highlighted as well as one of our own BCSS researchers, namely Karl Magnus Laundal, who says: Swarm is a fantastic tool for space science studies. The high-quality measurements and the fact that there are three satellites working in concert hold many new clues about how our home planet interacts with the space around it. It’s a fascinating time”.
To read the full ESA-article, click here.