Danish contributors to Phoenix Danish contributors to Phoenix From left: Morten Bo Madsen, Lone Djernis Olsen, Kristoffer Leer, Christina von Holstein-Rathlou, Mads Dam Ellehøj, Line Drube, and the Icelandic "Dane" Haraldur Páll Gunnlaugsson (the Danes call him Palle). Morten says: "Palle, at the far right, is instrument-provider (the Telltale) and Phoenix Co-investigator from Institute for Physics and Astronomy, University of Aarhus. Morten (far left) is instrument-provider (radiometric color calibration targets and magnet-substrates for the microscopy station of the mission and Phoenix Co-investigator from the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen). All the young persons between the two of us are physicists, most of them Ph.D. students, in our group. Lone works with the MECA team on data from the MECA microscopes, Kristoffer is working for the Robotic Arm Camera team and will participate in the interpretation of magnetic properties of airborne dust on the iSweep/Caltarget and MECA substrates, Christina will work with Palle on interpretation of telltale images, Mads with the TEGA and Line will work with Kristoffer and me with atmospheric dust and mineralogy using the iSweeps. Many of us have additional operational tasks - for instance, Line has been in charge of preparing the End-of-Sol reports for the Atmospheric Science Theme Group."