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TARDiS (Terahertz Atmospheric/Astrophysics Radiation Detection in Space) would measure the present state oxygen atoms of the uppermost atmosphere, and present new insights on how the composition of the atmosphere is affected by climate change. The project will also take images of deep space, tracing the birth and evolution of the stars and planets.

A team of researchers from across the UK will work together to design a satellite payload, which will be designed to fit on board the Bartolomeo platform of the ISS and could advance our understanding of earth observations and astronomy. The instrument will be designed to measure the emitted radiation from oxygen atoms in the upper atmosphere and the interstellar medium using Terahertz remote sensing.

The work will be led jointly by the Science and Technology Facilities Council’s RAL Space facility and Oxford’s Department of Physics, with collaboration from the Open University, University of Leeds, University College London, STAR Dundee and Airbus UK.

 

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Cambridge Global Challenges is a Strategic Research Initiative of the University of Cambridge that aims to enhance the contribution of its research towards addressing global challenges and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030.

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