ARIEL (Atmospheric Remote-sensing Exoplanet Large-survey) is one of the three candidate missions selected by the European Space Agency (ESA) for its next medium-class science mission due for launch in 2028. The goal of the ARIEL mission is to investigate the atmospheres of several hundreds planets orbiting distant stars in order to address the fundamental questions on how planetary systems […]» Read more
On April 10, Sébastien Charnoz was the guest of the radio program “La tête au carré” on France Inter.
Sébastien Charnoz , along with Gabriel Tobie (University of Nantes), was interviewed in the context of a scientific program for the public, dedicated to satellites and moons of the solar system, their origin and exploration. He also participated in the interview “Brève d’ascenseur” by answering the question: what can we learn from the study of moons? You can listen to the program by clicking here (or on franceinter.fr). Professor at the University Paris Diderot and researcher at AIM Laboratory, Sébastien Charnoz is the work-package leader of the interface project […]» Read more
Nov. 7, 2013. Scientists using data from the lunar-orbiting twins of NASA’s Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (GRAIL) mission are gaining new insight into how the face of the moon received its rugged good looks. A report on the asymmetric distribution of lunar impact basins is published in this week’s edition of the journal Science. “Since time immemorial, humanity has […]» Read more