Europlanet Society Regional Hubs
May 3, 2022

Extended deadline for 12th ‘Paolo Farinella’ Prize, 2022 The DEADLINE for nominations for this year’s Farinella Prize is extended to May 15th 2022. The 12th Paolo Farinella Prize will be awarded […]

Il laboratorio "Accendiamo i cieli del mondo!" organizzato da INAF e OAE Center Italy, svolto presso il Padiglione Italia all'Expo Dubai, il 16 marzo 2022 - Crediti INAF
Europlanet Society Regional Hubs
April 26, 2022

Light up the sky of the world – Expo in Dubai On March 16, 2022, Let’s light up the skies of the world took place in the Italian Pavillion of the 2020 EXPO […]

Europlanet Society Regional Hubs
March 21, 2022

Call for 12th ‘Paolo Farinella’ Prize, 2022 To honour the memory and the outstanding figure of Paolo Farinella (1953-2000), an extraordinary scientist and person, a Prize has been established in recognition […]

Due partecipanti al laboratori “Accendi le costellazioni”. Crediti: INAF
Europlanet Society Regional Hubs
March 11, 2022

Let’s light up the skies of the world at EXPO! OAE Italy center and INAF are organizing Let’s light up the skies of the world! Astronomy for Education, from theory […]

Europlanet Society Regional Hubs
December 24, 2021

Anticipating Planetary Science with the James Webb Space Telescope What are Jupiter and Saturn made of? Are there still open mysteries about these two giant planets? How will the James […]

Europlanet Society Regional Hubs

The Europlanet Society Regional Hubs support the development of planetary science at a national and regional level, particularly in countries and areas that are currently under-represented within the community.

Our Hub Committees organise networking events and workshops to support the research community, as well as to build links with amateur astronomers, industrial partners, policymakers, educators, the media and the wider public. Europlanet Society members are welcome to participate in the activities of one or more Hubs.

The 10 Regional Hubs established to date are:

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Europlanet Society Regional Hubs News
— May 3, 2022

Extended deadline for 12th ‘Paolo Farinella’ Prize, 2022 The DEADLINE for nominations for this year’s Farinella Prize is extended to May 15th 2022. The 12th Paolo Farinella Prize will be awarded […]


— April 26, 2022

Light up the sky of the world – Expo in Dubai On March 16, 2022, Let’s light up the skies of the world took place in the Italian Pavillion of the 2020 EXPO […]


— March 21, 2022

Call for 12th ‘Paolo Farinella’ Prize, 2022 To honour the memory and the outstanding figure of Paolo Farinella (1953-2000), an extraordinary scientist and person, a Prize has been established in recognition […]


— March 11, 2022

Let’s light up the skies of the world at EXPO! OAE Italy center and INAF are organizing Let’s light up the skies of the world! Astronomy for Education, from theory […]


— December 24, 2021

Anticipating Planetary Science with the James Webb Space Telescope What are Jupiter and Saturn made of? Are there still open mysteries about these two giant planets? How will the James […]


— November 5, 2021

Monday 8 November, starting at 18:30 (CEST), a live online event of the EduINAF’s format “Il cielo in salotto“, to celebrate the return to our skies of the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. […]


— September 23, 2021

EPSC2021: Life support cooked up from lunar rocks Engineers have successfully shown how water and oxygen can be extracted by cooking up lunar soil, in order to support future Moon […]


— September 22, 2021

Exploring Mars from Etna There are many different ways of studying the Solar System and the other planets. Some of them do not require to go to space or to […]


— September 17, 2021

EPSC2021: From walls and railings of our cities to…space: the story of Xanthoria parietina One of the main topics in astrobiology is the study of life limits in stressful environments […]


— September 17, 2021

Download a unique educational tool, a comic book about the geomagnetic field and its importance for life on our Earth. The comic book is intended for primary school pupils. Once […]