Europlanet 2024 RI
September 16, 2021

EPSC2021: European facility prepares for haul of samples returning from planetary bodies The Institute of Planetary Research at DLR (German Aerospace Center) is starting construction of a new Sample Analysis […]

TA1.5: Makgadikgadi Salt Pans, Botswana. The flat surface of the Sua pan covered by a crust of evaporitic minerals (e.g., halite, gypsum).
Europlanet 2024 RI
September 15, 2021

Workshop Registration Now Open: Satellite for Space Science and Technology in Africa Registration Deadline: 12 November 2021 Travel grant application deadline: 17 October 2021 Registration is now open for the […]

Jupiter GRS and STB outreach. Credit Christopher Go.
Europlanet 2024 RI
September 14, 2021

Observational alerts issued for NA2 during Reporting Period 1. The observational alerts issued through PVOL for NA2 were followed by over 200 active observers. The alerts are also sent through […]

TA 2.11: The Tandetron Laboratory of Atomki
Europlanet 2024 RI
September 5, 2021

20-EPN-005: Cosmic-ray-induced chemistry in pure ices Virtual visit by Alexei Ivlev, Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics (MPE) (Germany) to TA2.11 Atomki Ice Chamber for Astrophysics / Astrochemistry (ICA) (Hungary).Dates of visit: […]

Europlanet 2024 RI
September 5, 2021

20-EPN2-046: Dust-carbon-climate feedbacks tested through detailed independent dating of Arctic wind-blown dust sequences on Greenland. Visit by Thomas Stevens, Uppsala University (Sweden) to TA1.4 AU Greenland Kangerlussuaq Field Site (Greenland).Dates of […]

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About the Europlanet 2024 Research Infrastructure (RI)

The Europlanet 2024 Research Infrastructure (RI) provides free access to the world’s largest collection of planetary simulation and analysis facilities, data services and tools, a ground-based observational network and programme of community support activities.

The project is funded through the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme and runs for four years from February 2020 until January 2024. The Europlanet 2024 RI consortium is led by the University of Kent, UK, and has 57 beneficiary institutions from 25 countries in Europe and around the world, with a further 44 affiliated partners. The project draws on the resources of the Europlanet Society to disseminate activities and outcomes and develop a more diverse community of users.

Europlanet 2024 RI provides:

  • Transnational Access to 24 laboratories in Europe and six field sites, as well as addtional facilities in South Korea and China.
  • Virtual Access to services and tools.
  • Networking activities to support the community and provide rapid response observations to support planetary missions.

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If you have recieved funding from Europlanet 2024 RI, please add the official acknowledgement below to each publication and dissemination activity: “Europlanet 2024 RI has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 871149.”

Europlanet 2024 RI News
— September 16, 2021

EPSC2021: European facility prepares for haul of samples returning from planetary bodies The Institute of Planetary Research at DLR (German Aerospace Center) is starting construction of a new Sample Analysis […]


— September 15, 2021

Workshop Registration Now Open: Satellite for Space Science and Technology in Africa Registration Deadline: 12 November 2021 Travel grant application deadline: 17 October 2021 Registration is now open for the […]


— September 14, 2021

Observational alerts issued for NA2 during Reporting Period 1. The observational alerts issued through PVOL for NA2 were followed by over 200 active observers. The alerts are also sent through […]


— September 5, 2021

20-EPN-005: Cosmic-ray-induced chemistry in pure ices Virtual visit by Alexei Ivlev, Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics (MPE) (Germany) to TA2.11 Atomki Ice Chamber for Astrophysics / Astrochemistry (ICA) (Hungary).Dates of visit: […]


— September 5, 2021

20-EPN2-046: Dust-carbon-climate feedbacks tested through detailed independent dating of Arctic wind-blown dust sequences on Greenland. Visit by Thomas Stevens, Uppsala University (Sweden) to TA1.4 AU Greenland Kangerlussuaq Field Site (Greenland).Dates of […]


— September 5, 2021

20-EPN-014: UPSIDES – Unravelling icy Planetary Surfaces: Insights on their tectonic DEformation from field Survey. Visit by Costanza Rossi, INAF – Astronomical Observatory of Padova (Italy) to at TA1.4 AU Greenland Kangerlussuaq Field Site (Greenland).Dates of visit: 19-25 July […]


— September 5, 2021

20-EPN-014: Constraining CO2 uptake and release through chemical weathering pathways in a young, active orogen. Visit by Erica Erlanger, GFZ Potsdam (Germany) to TA2.10 Stable, Rare Gas and Radiogenic Isotope Facility […]


— September 5, 2021

20-EPN-043: A Systematic Study of Sulfur Ion Radiolysis of Simple Oxide Ices. Visit by Zuzana Kanuchova (virtual participation), Astronomical Institute od Slovak Academy of Sciences (Slovakia) and Duncan Mifsud (in-person […]


— September 5, 2021

20-EPN-017: LITRASV – Life in TRAvertine-Sinter Veins: a possible key to recognize extra-terrestrial life in tectonically-driven depositional systems. Visit by Enrico Capezzuoli, University of Florence and Andrea Brogi, University of […]


— September 5, 2021

20-EPN-032: Radioresistance of aromatic complex organic molecules: nucleobases. Virtual visit by Hermann Rothard, CIMAP (Caen, F) CNRS (France) to TA2.11 Atomki Ice Chamber for Astrophysics / Astrochemistry (ICA) (Hungary).Dates of visit: […]