Geoparticles Experiment Field Trip to Apollonia

On July 6, 2018, the team of researchers working on geotechnical and archaeological applications of geoparticles, arrived at the site of Apollonia, in northern Greece, near Thessaloniki. The Labex UnivEarthS actively participates in this project through the project I2: Geoparticles. The project received funding from the Interdisciplinary Mission under the reference ARCHé (Archeology with Cosmic Rays, to probe Hellenic tumuli). […]

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28th Fleurance Astronomy Festival – 4 to 10 August 2018

From 4 to 10 August 2018, the French world of astronomy will meet in Fleurance (Gers) for a festival that promises many surprises! UnivEarthS will be present through Lucile Fayon, UnivEarthS doctoral student and IPGP research engineer; member of the UniversCiel association, she will present an exhibition on the SEIS instrument of the Insight mission. Fifty speakers, more than 150 […]

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Follow-up of the IceCube neutrino source candidate TXS 0506-056

  The ANTARES and HESS collaborations have followed-up the IceCube observation of a first possible high-energy neutrino source candidate, and the APC groups have had a strong role in these searches. The IceCube Collaboration has reported, in a press conference at the US National Science Foundation on July 12th 2018, a correlation between high-energy neutrinos and the blazar known as […]

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Interview with Lucile Fayon: around the Insight mission…

     Lucile Fayon was recruited by UnivEarthS for her thesis in 2014 and worked for three years on the SEIS instrument, the seismometer onboard the Insight mission to study the interior of Mars. The Insight mission was launched on Saturday, May 5, 2018, from Vandenberg, California, aboard an Atlas V rocket, sending the probe on a long journey […]

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ISIS-OG GdR Meeting: Open questions in signal analysis for gravitational astronomy – 8 October 2018

The first observations of advanced LIGO and Virgo mark the advent of a new gravitational astronomy, with great potential for discovery in many fields from fundamental physics to astronomy and cosmology. This will develop over the next few years as data is taken in the future and in the longer term using new ground-based instruments, such as the Einstein telescope, […]

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