Europlanet in the News

Coverage of results from Europlanet 2020 RI field trips to Danakil Depression, Ethiopia, May 2019

Tuesday, 28th May – National Geographic – Hallan vida en el lugar más hostil del planeta

Tuesday, 28th May – Blesk.cz – Sopka prozradila důležitou informaci o Marsu: Může tam existovat život

Monday, 27th May – The Independent – Discovery in Ethiopian volcano shows how life could have thrived on Mars

Monday, 27th May – Forbes Magazine – Mini-Microbes Thrive In Mars-like Conditions Here On Earth

Monday, 27th May – El Pais – Hallada vida en el lugar más infernal de la Tierra

Monday, 27th May – ANSA.it – Sulla Terra batteri ‘alieni’, in un ambiente sosia di Marte – FOTO

Monday, 27th May – Meteoweb – Scoperti nanobatteri in Etiopia: la vita possibile anche in ambienti estremi e inospitali come Marte

Monday, 27th May – Sky tg24 – Vita su Marte possibile in passato: le prove dall’Etiopia

Coverage of Europlanet Prize 2019

Wednesday, 1st May – Levante – La astrónoma Amèlia Ortiz gana el Europlanet

Tuesday, 30th April – La Vanguardia – La astrónoma valenciana Amèlia Ortiz gana el premio Europlanet

Tuesday, 30th April – Observatori Astronòmic – Nuestra compañera Amelia Ortiz gana el premio Europlanet 2019

Coverage of the European Planetary Science Congress (EPSC) 2018

Thursday, 4th October – Zive – Večný problém cesty ľudí na Mars. Let by vydržali ledva raz

Friday, 21st September – RAI News – Scanmars, il “water detector” italiano per le future missioni su Marte

Wednesday, 19th September – IFL Science – This Is How Much Radiation Astronauts Going To Mars Will Get
Wednesday, 19th September – Forbes – ESA’s ExoMars Mission Proves Extremely High Radiation Risk For Mars Astronauts
Wednesday, 19th September – Europa Press – Los astronautas soportarían el 60% de radiación recomendada en un viaje a Marte
Sunday, 16th September 2018 – Sunday Times (print and online) –BepiColombo probe ready for blast-off to Mercury
Saturday, 15th September – Der Standard – Europäische Planetenforscher tagen in Berlin
Friday, 14th September – Spiegel.de – Wie Forscher nach Leben auf Eismonden suchen
Friday, 14th September – ORF.at – Wo es außerirdisches Leben geben könnte

Coverage of Europlanet Funding Scheme 2018

Monday, 16th July 2018 – Tech Central – Connacht Schools get Radio Telescope Project Backing

Monday, 16th July 2018 – Galway Daily – Galway secondary schools join NASA study of Jupiter

Wednesday, 5th September 2018 – Cordis – Irish schools to gain a window to Jupiter with radio telescopes

Coverage of New Views of Jupiter Workshop

Monday, 14th May 2018 – Space.com – Jupiter’s Swirling Clouds Are Mesmerizing in These Views from Juno

Monday, 14th May 2018 – IFL Science – Watch This Breathtaking Video Of The Swirling Clouds Of Jupiter
Thursday, 10th May 2018 – CNET – Jupiter goes psychedelic in whirling clouds video
Thursday, 10th May 2018 – Europapress – Nuevas vistas de Júpiter muestran remolinos de nubes en movimiento

Coverage of Planetary Spectroscopy Laboratory upgrade

Thursday, 16th August 2018 – Daily Mail – The lab that will recreate the conditions on Venus

Tuesday, 13th February – Science News – What will it take to go to Venus?

Articles from first Europlanet Expert Exchange visit by Anastasia Kokori to University College London

Saturday, 16 December 2017 – Το Βήμα Online – Εξερευνώντας κόσμους πέρα από τη Γη

Holomon News – Space missions looking at worlds beyond the Earth

Coverage of the European Planetary Science Congress (EPSC) 2017, Riga, Latvia, 17-22 September 2017

Tuesday, 26 September 2017 – Gizmodo – Swarms of Satellites That Surf the Solar Wind Could Be the Future of Asteroid Mining

Monday, 25 September 2107 – Inverse – Mars Colonists Could Live in Lava Tubes Beneath the Surface

Sunday, 24 September 2017 – The Sunday Times – Giant tunnels in moon could give us a home

Thursday, 21 September 2017 – The Economist – A new way of propelling spacecraft may open up the asteroid belt

Thursday, 21 September 2017 – Space.com – Comet’s 2014 Mars Flyby Caused Most Intense Meteor Shower Ever Recorded

Wednesday, 20 September 2017 – Physics World – Grabbing a slice of the pie in the sky

Wednesday, 20 September 2017 – Media INAF – Le miniere spaziali del futuro

Tuesday, 19 September 2017 – Diena.lv – Zinātnieks: Pirmais komerciālais guvums no asteroīdiem būs ūdens ieguve

Coverage of Europlanet 2020 RI field trip to Danakil Depression, Ethiopia, January 2017

Monday, 30 January 2017 – New York Times – Gazing Into Danakil Depression’s Mirror, and Seeing Mars Stare Back

Wednesday 1 February 2017 – BBC World Service – The Danakil Depression could unlock secrets to life on Mars

Coverage of sample characterisation technology developed through Europlanet’s Joint Research Activity:

Thursday 23 February – UPI – Ancient diamond ‘inclusions’ reveal shift in carbon cycle of early Earth

Coverage of Europlanet session at ESOF 2016, Manchester

9 August 2017 – Smithsonian Magazine – Opening the Space Race to the Entire World

Europlanet’s Transit of Mercury video and graphics have been featured in the media:

Friday 6 May 2016, The Guardian – How to see Mercury transit the sun on 9 May

Friday 6 May 2016, The Telegraph – Transit of Mercury: what time does the planet pass in front of Sun and how can I see it?

Tuesday, 3 May 2016 – Space.com – Mercury’s 2016 Transit of the Sun: A Rare Sight | Video

Selected coverage of Europlanet 2020 RI field trip to Danakil Depression in Ethiopia, April 2016

Sunday, 1 May 2016 – BBC Mundo – El colorido y letal desierto donde los científicos buscan los extremos de la vida

Friday, 29 April 2016 – National Geographic Russia – Впадина Данакиль: самое странное место на Земле

Thursday, 28 April – Digital Journal – Life on other planets? Scientists look to Ethiopia first

Wednesday 27 April – Gizmodo – This Toxic Hot Spring Looks Like an Acid-Fueled Nightmare