News & Events
— May 28, 2020

EPSC2020 goes virtual! Abstract deadline: 24 June 2020, 13:00 CEST. In light of the global Covid-19 pandemic, EPSC2020 will be held as a virtual meeting. The Scientific Organising Committee of […]


— May 20, 2020

Is anyone out there? From the possibility of microbial life on Mars and elsewhere in the solar system across the multitude of exoplanets all the way to the Fermi Paradox, […]


— May 20, 2020

Motivational Journeys – Carol Raymond For the final interview in our series of Motivational Journeys, we talk to Dr. Carol Raymond, Manager of JPL’s Small Bodies Program. Dr Raymond started […]


— May 19, 2020

Martian mud flows like lava An investigation of how mud flows at very low temperatures and under the reduced atmospheric pressure of Mars, undertaken through a Europlanet 2020 RI Transnational Access visit, has been published […]


— May 15, 2020

Europlanet Telescope Network issues 1st Alert – A new north polar spot in Saturn On 30th March 2020, amateur astronomer Andy Casely from Australia obtained images of the planet Saturn […]


— May 14, 2020

From Planets to A Pearl Earring One of Europlanet 2024 RI’s Transnational Access facilities has contributed to a new analysis of pigments used by Vermeer to add highlights to his […]


— May 12, 2020

Inspiring Stories – Science to Go! Science communication by scientists In this EPEC Inspiring Outreach Story, Dr. David Píša, a researcher studying the plasma waves in space at the Czech […]


— May 4, 2020

EPEC Profiles – Petr Broz In this series from the EPEC Communication Working Group, we meet members of the Europlanet Early Career (EPEC) community and find out more about their […]


— April 30, 2020

Motivational Journeys – Amara Graps For the seventh interview in our series of Motivational Journeys, we talk to Dr. Amara Graps of the Planetary Science Institute and Baltics in Space. […]


— April 30, 2020

In early April, as the European-Japanese BepiColombo spacecraft was approaching our home planet ahead of the first flyby in its seven-year journey to Mercury, mission scientists invited amateur astronomers to […]