The Oskar Klein Centre Blog

From PoGOLite to PoGO+

The PoGO+ flight path
As avid readers of this blog, you no doubt remember PoGOLite - a balloon-borne hard X-ray polarisation mission which is part of the Swedish National Space Board national programme for balloon and sounding rocket research at the Esrange Space Centre. After a number of frustrating set-backs (broken [...] (Read post)

Black holes and the nature of space time

Black holes leave their marks all over the observed universe. They do however also inspire new and exciting ideas about space and time itself, both in the micro-cosmos and on the large scales of the universe.
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