News & Events
— March 19, 2018

1st Europlanet Early Career (EPEC) Annual Week – Registration deadline update. Europlanet is pleased to announce the first fully sponsored training school for its new network of early career scientists who work in the field of Planetary/Space Science. Details Dates: 11-15 June 2018 Venue: International Space University, Strasbourg, France Deadline for registration: 20th March (**the […]

— March 16, 2018

Europlanet Planetary Science Resource of the Week Each week from February 2018, the Europlanet Facebook page will feature a planetary science resource for educators, teachers and students. These resources will be high quality educational activities to be used in and out of the classroom. The resources will feature  activities from the peer-reviewed Europlanet Collections published on IAU astroEDU, […]

— March 7, 2018

“PhysisArt – Photography of Danakil Exhibition” travels to  Chieti The Danakil Depression – an extreme landscape between volcanoes and salty deserts – is the subject of a photographic exhibition with images and works by the artist, Samantha Tistoni, who accompanied Europlanet researchers for a field trip to Danakil in January 2017. Dr. Barbara Cavalazzi, a […]

— February 28, 2018

Spotlight on Outreach – World Space Week and 60 Years of Space Exploration The Astrophysics, Astronomy and Mechanics Department of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens organised two large-scale events for young and old to celebrate some space milestones. World Space Week 2017 On Sunday 8th October, 2017, more than 200 people attended an event […]

— February 23, 2018

Europlanet webinar: “Back to the Moon”, with James Carpenter, European Space Agency (ESA) 5 March 2018, 14:00 GMT / 15:00 CET Webinar link: Register and submit questions: As Apollo and Luna programmes in the USA and the Soviet Union drew to a close, an era in Solar System exploration came to an end. […]