DARK explores the farthest reaches of space by observing cosmological ’beacons’ such as supernovae and gamma flashes.
A broad spectrum of astronomy and astrophysics is researched at the Niels Bohr Institute – everything from the visible Universe such as planets, stars and galaxies- to the invisible universe and the presence of dark energy and dark matter.
Researchers participate in many international projects and have access to modern telescopes and satellites via, e.g. Denmark’s membership of the European Southern Observatory (ESO) and the European Space Agency (ESA).
Astronomers have together with engineers and technicians great expertise in developing and building advanced new instruments for the exploration of space.