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Klaus Seiersen
Works at Nyhedsmagasinet Ingeniøren
Attended University of Aarhus
Lives in Skødstrup
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The search for MH370

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Skydiver nearly hit by meteorite: real or faked?

The viral video of a meteoroid falling past a skydiver is getting a lot of attention. But is it real? I looked over the evidence, and think it very well may be.

http://www.slate.com/blogs/bad_astronomy/2014/04/05/close_call_video_of_a_skydiver_almost_hit_by_meteoroid.html
A couple of days ago, a video taken by a skydiver hit the ‘net like an asteroid impact. That’s because that’s exactly what the claim was: Footage of a meteoroid zipping past the falling diver, a rock from space clearly caught on camera. I was on travel (sigh; that seems...
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What lies beyond?

Another gecko image, they are cute little fellas.
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Thus endeth our tale
For those of you taking notes at home, over the past few days I wrote a couple of pieces about a viral video that purported to show a meteoroid (the solid part of space debris that gets hot and creates a meteor when it rams through our atmosphere) zipping past...
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Mirror - A few inches of water cover the salt flat of Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia. When it is calm it creates an excellent mirror for the sky. This was after 3AM and the Milky Way core was directly over head, so it is out of the frame.
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"Twerking" or the "Dougie"? Scientists get to the bottom of what dance moves attract women
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To all you creative space enthusiasts: help name my mission to the ISS in 2015.
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Medical physicist and science communicator
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  • Nyhedsmagasinet Ingeniøren
    Science blogger, 2006 - present
  • Aarhus University Hospital
    Medical physicist, 2006 - present
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Skødstrup
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Højbjerg - Århus
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Medical physicist, blogger and science communicator.
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PhD in atomic and molecular physics from the University of Aarhus.

Working as a medical physicist at Aarhus University Hospital.

Science blogger for the Danish technical magazine Ingeniøren.

Founder of the Danish Physics Show, and the website Fysikbasen.dk.
Bragging rights
I've seen af wild kiwi (the bird, not the New Zealander!)
Education
  • University of Aarhus
    PhD atomic and molecular physics, 1995 - 2003
  • Marselisborg Gymnasium
    1992 - 1995
  • Aarhus University Hospital
    Medical physicist, 2006 - 2009
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