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Mission Scientist

Swarm
 
Background

Employment History

  • Head, Earth Surfaces and Interior Section In ESTEC
    European Space Agency
  • Associate Professor In Geodesy and Surveying
    Agricultural University Aas, Norway
  • Assistent Professor
    Delft University of Technology

Board Memberships and Affiliations

12 Total References
Web References
Roger Haagmans, ...
www.spaceref.com, 6 Feb 2014 [cached]
Roger Haagmans, Swarm's Mission Scientist, explained, "The constellation originally planned meant a continuous drift between the upper and lower satellites.
SWEN vol10issue2
www.esa-spaceweather.net, 14 July 2006 [cached]
Roger Haagmans < roger.haagmans@esa.int>
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Roger Haagmans (ESA)
ESA's Roger Haagmans, who ...
www.spaceref.com [cached]
ESA's Roger Haagmans, who was on hand at the opening event to explain more about observing Earth from space said, "Besides being used to study the effects of global change, information from satellites can also be used to plan future activities related to energy production, building infrastructure and preserving nature.
Scientists have many ways of studying ...
www.geotimes.org, 1 July 2007 [cached]
Scientists have many ways of studying the planet's surface and atmosphere from both ground and space, but looking into its interior is "much more difficult," says Roger Haagmans, a geophysicist at the European Space Agency's Earth Sciences Division."Looking inside the Earth, it's like you're blindfolded, just feeling with your hands," he says.
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Swarm's magnetic measurements will provide a new way of looking at Earth's interior at multiple depths, says Haagmans, principle scientist of ESA's Solid Earth Science and Applications Department.To better sort out the different contributions to the overall magnetic signal , from the crust, mantle and core , the project will consist of three satellites: two flying side by side 150 kilometers (93 miles) apart, at about 450 kilometers (280 miles) above Earth's surface, and a third that will fly higher, more than 500 kilometers (310 miles) above the surface.Together, the three satellites will give simultaneous snapshots of the magnetic field over different regions of Earth, Haagmans says.
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"If you look at gravity and seismic data, they give a kind of accumulated view of how density is distributed inside Earth," Haagmans says.Now, with Swarm's three satellites, scientists can get a kind of three-dimensional picture of the mantle's conductivity and structure, adding another constraint to estimates of mantle temperatures provided by seismic and other data, he says.
Then there's the core, the ultimate source of the magnetic field.Scientists still do not fully understand how the fluid outer and solid inner core move and behave with respect to each other, and the possibility that the field may be waning is of great interest, Haagmans says.By separating out all the other contributions to Earth's magnetic field, he and his team hope that they will be able to learn much more about the current state of the dynamo.
(*) Roger Haagmans, ...
www.iag-ggos.org, 2 July 2009 [cached]
(*) Roger Haagmans, ESA
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