News & Events
— June 18, 2018

Europlanet webinar: Hayabusa2 Mission to the Asteroids How do you send a spacecraft to an asteroid thousands of miles kilometres away and return to Earth with some samples? This month Dr. Elizabeth Tasker is an associate professor and science communicator at the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) will join the Europlanet Webinar series to discuss […]


— May 30, 2018

Pro-Am collaborations showcased at ‘New Views of Jupiter’, RAS-Juno Europlanet workshop Nearly 50 of the world’s leading observers of Jupiter, members of NASA’s Juno mission team, and citizen scientists from across the globe took part in a workshop at the Royal Astronomical Society/Linnean Society in London on 10-11 May. ‘New Views of Jupiter: Pro-Am Collaborations […]


— May 10, 2018

“New views of Jupiter” showcases swirling clouds on giant planet Members of NASA’s Juno mission team, some of the world’s leading observers of Jupiter, and citizen scientists from across the globe will attend a workshop ‘New Views of Jupiter: Pro-Am Collaborations during and beyond the NASA Juno Mission’ at the Royal Astronomical Society in London […]


— May 8, 2018

Making the Case for Astronomy – Engaging with Policy Makers Last year at the European Week of Astronomy and Space Science (EWASS), we started a discussion on best practice in astronomy-related public and policy engagement. At EWASS 2018, held jointly in Liverpool this April with the Royal Astronomical Society’s National Astronomy Meeting, we held a […]


— May 8, 2018

Expert Exchange Report – Lukasz Lamza This guest post is by Lukasz Lamza, who took part in a Europlanet Expert Exchange aimed at journalists, teachers of journalism and science communicators. Applications to an open call of this programme can now be submitted any time up until 31st December 2018, with visits taking place before 30th […]