AIP in the media (archive)

Vast Strands In the Cosmic Web That Connects the Universe Are Spinning, Scientists Find

Interview with Peng Wang and Noam Libeskind about the press release from 14 June.

Vice, June 14, 2021, [Link]
Astroseismologie: So klingen Sterne

Segment with Cristina Chiappini about the press release from 17 May.

Inforadio, June 8, 2021, [Link]
Nach dem Supermond kommt das nächste Ereignis am Himmel

Interview with Mirko Krumpe about the partial solar eclipse on 10 June 2021.

Tagesspiegel, June 8, 2021, [Link]
Sieben ERC Grants für die Region

Article on the award of seven highly endowed ERC Advanced Grants of the EU research funding, including two to the AIP: to Prof. Lutz Wisotzki and Prof. Christoph Pfrommer.

Tagesspiegel, April 22, 2021, [Link]
Two AIP scientists receive ERC Advanced Grants

Article on the award of Prof. Lutz Wisotzk and Prof. Christoph Pfromer each with a highly endowed ERC grant., April 22, 2021, [Link]
Tiny clumps of newly formed stars observed – less than 2 billion years after the Big Bang

Tweet by the BMBF highlighting the press release from 18 March.

Twitter, March 23, 2021, [Link]
Astronomy in Potsdam: When will we go to Mars?

Interview with Mirko Krumpe, X-ray astronomer at AIP, about myths about astronomy.

MAZ, March 23, 2021, [Link]
Filaments of the cosmic web, March 22, 2021, [Link]
First maps of cosmic filaments, March 19, 2021, [Link]
Best images of the cosmic web so far
Deutschlandfunk, March 18, 2021, [Link]
First view of ancient cosmic web
ORF, March 18, 2021, [Link]
MUSE discovers filaments of the cosmic web, March 18, 2021, [Link]

Articles about instrumentation co-built by the AIP for the future Extremely Large Telescope (ELT) in the ESO Messenger.

The Messenger, March 2, 2021, [Link]
Sternengeschichten Episode 431: Encounters between the Sun and other stars

Mention of the system Scholz's Star, named after Ralf-Dieter Scholz, in the Sternengeschichten podcast.

Podcast, Feb. 26, 2021, [Link]
On the hunt for galaxies in a backyard in Babelsberg

Interview with Matthias Steinmetz about his hobby: observation from home.

MAZ, Feb. 26, 2021, [Link]
Sensational view of a black hole

Article about innoFSPEC.

Innovation & Strukturwandel, Feb. 22, 2021, [Link]
Xenius: Solar storms

Broadcast with the assistance of Dr. Alexander Warmuth, filmed among other places in the Einstein Tower and on the LOFAR field in Potsdam-Bornim.

ARTE, Feb. 15, 2021, [Link]
Our man in space

Article about crewed spaceflight with a quote by Professor Matthias Steinmetz.

Süddeutsche Zeitung, Feb. 10, 2021, [Link]
The great astrophysicist and the magnetic universe

Segment on the first anniversary of Karl-Heinz Rädler's death.

Deutschlandfunk, Feb. 9, 2021, [Link]
Planets as profession and passion

Portrait of Prof. Dr. Katja Poppenhäger.

Portal Wissen, Jan. 31, 2021, [Link]
Probably meteor

Assessment of Dr. Jürgen Rendtel on the sighting of green-blue celestial body in the region.

rbb, Jan. 29, 2021, [Link]
The enigma of black holes

Interview with Mirko Krumpe.

MAZ, Jan. 22, 2021, [Link]
Potsdam astronomers: Soon we'll get to know our neighbours in space

Interview with Prof. Klaus Strassmeier about his talk at the Babelsberg Starry Nights.

MAZ, Jan. 21, 2021, [Link]
Astronomers search for microplastics

Interview with Prof. Dr. Martin Roth on the PlasMark project, which aims to discover tiny plastic particles in the body.

Tagesspiegel, Jan. 6, 2021, [Link]
Tiny clumps of newly formed stars observed - less than 2 billion years after the Big Bang

Tweet by the BMBF about the press release on 5 October 2020.

Twitter, Jan. 6, 2021, [Link]
Measuring the Universe

Recording of the lecture by Prof. Dr. Matthias Steinmetz in the Salon "Sophie Charlotte" of the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences.

Deutschlandfunk Nova, Dec. 27, 2020, [Link]
Neighbourhood watch: What the mission to map the Milky Way is revealing about satellite galaxies

Article about Gaia with Maria-Rosa Cioni.

HORIZON – The EU Research & Innovation Magazine, Dec. 9, 2020, [Link]
Gaia-Mission liefert eine Landkarte für den Himmel

Article about the third Gaia data release.

Tagesspiegel, Dec. 4, 2020, [Link]
Space: Knowledge Frontier

Short Documentary featuring Christoph Kuckein.

Film, Nov. 24, 2020, [Link]
Babelsberg Starry Nights

Interview with Axel Schwope about his talk at the virtual Babelsberg Starry Nights.

Antenne Brandenburg, Oct. 15, 2020, [Link]
Die Sonne erwacht

Article about the activity of the Sun.

FAZ, Oct. 11, 2020, [Link]
Physik-Nobelpreis 2020: "Schwarze Löcher sind etwas ganz Normales" - Interview Lutz Wisotzki, Leibniz-Institut für Astrophysik Potsdam

Interview about the topic of the Nobel Prize in Physics 2020 – black holes – with Lutz Wisotzki.

Deutschlandfunk, Oct. 6, 2020, [Link]
Knapp an der Erde vorbei

Article about the Asteroid „2011 ES4“ with Axel Schwope.

Tagesspiegel, Aug. 23, 2020, [Link]
Interview with Katja Poppenhäger
Antenne Brandenburg, Aug. 21, 2020, [Link]
Staubwolke verdunkelte Beteigeuze

Article about the press release on 18 August 2021.

ZDF, Aug. 16, 2020, [Link]
This Star Looked Like It Would Explode. Maybe It Just Sneezed

Article about the press release on 18 August 2021.

New York Times, Aug. 14, 2020, [Link]
Potsdamer Professorin für Astrophysik – und ihre Leidenschaft für historischen Schwertkampf

Interview with Katja Poppenhäger.

MAZ, Aug. 3, 2020, [Link]
Bislang größte 3D-Karte des Universums veröffentlicht

News segment about SDSS with Matthias Steinmetz.

Tagesschau, July 20, 2020, [Link]
Fotoshooting mit der Sonne so nah wie nie

Article about Solar Orbiter.

ZEIT, July 17, 2020, [Link]
Welche Form hat das Universum?

Noam Libeskind answers a question in the section "Ask Leibniz".

Leibniz, July 16, 2020, [Link]
Ein lückenloser Röntgenhimmel

Article about eROSITA with Georg Lamer, Axel Schwope und Mirko Krumpe.

MAZ, June 20, 2020, [Link]
Wie Elon Musk das Internet revolutionieren will

Youtube video about Starlink with Matthias Steinmetz.

Simplicissimus, June 17, 2020, [Link]
The Discovery of Star “cooking” Its Baby Planets Sheds Light on Finding Habitable Exoplanets in Space
The Science Times, June 12, 2020, [Link]
Einer von 20.000: Zuhause

Interview with Matthias Steinmetz about working from home.

Leibniz, June 9, 2020, [Link]

Katja Poppenhäger und Christoph Pfrommer answer children's questions.

ProWissen Fragenheft, June 1, 2020, [Link]
Auf ein Akademisches Viertel mit ... Matthias Steinmetz

Matthias Steinmetz talks about the Milky Way as a modern nature painting, the carbon footprint of scientists and what impact Corona has on interplanetary space.

BBAW Podcast, April 1, 2020, [Link]
Bewegtes Weltall

Article about movement in the universe with Noam Libeskind.

Leibniz, April 1, 2020, [Link]
Wie man mit einer Mondfinsternis eine zweite Erde finden kann

Article about the press release from 2 March 2020 with Klaus Strassmeier.

MDR, March 3, 2020, [Link]
Die Entdeckung von Pluto

Interview with Mirko Krumpe about the discovery of Pluto.

Radio Eins, Feb. 18, 2020, [Link]
Launch of Solar Orbiter

Interview with Gottfried Mann about the launch of Solar Orbiter.

Radio Eins, Feb. 10, 2020, [Link]
Potsdamer Teleskop fliegt zur Sonne

Article about Solar Orbiter with Alexander Warmuth.

MAZ, Feb. 1, 2020, [Link]
Der Untote

Article about white dwarfs with Ralf-Dieter Scholz.

Bild der Wissenschaft, Jan. 1, 2020, [Link]