Europlanet Webinar: “Creating a hotspot for understanding Venus – the Planetary Emissivity Laboratory” with Dr Dr Jörn Helbert. 30th January 2018, 14:00 GMT / 15:00 CET Although Venus is a similar size to Earth and sometimes called its twin planet, it’s a very different place. Venus is surrounded by a thick atmosphere of mainly carbon dioxide and […]
PicSat prepares for launch. French nanosatellite to demonstrate capabilities for exoplanet observations. PicSat, a French nanosatellite designed to study the young planetary system Beta-Pictoris, is preparing for launch this Friday morning, 12th January 2018, at 3:58 UTC (watch livestream). Constructed of three 10-cm cubes and holding a telescope of just 5cm diameter coupled to an […]
Review of Europlanet Highlights in 2017 It’s been another busy year for Europlanet. Here are the outreach team’s picks of some of the project highlights from the past 12 months. December – Europlanet steers a path to the future The first meeting of a Steering Group that will oversee the establishment of a new Europlanet […]
Season’s Greetings from all the team at Europlanet and best wishes for 2018!
Win a set of four Astrobiology posters from Europlanet! Following our successful video on Astrobiology, we have created four posters to giveaway during the holiday season. You can win not one, but all four posters through our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. How to enter? Very easy! 5 Winners on Facebook: – Like Europlanet on Facebook […]