NASA InSight Lander Arrives on Martian Surface to Learn What Lies Beneath

  Mars has just received its newest robotic resident. NASA’s Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport (InSight) lander successfully touched down on the Red Planet after an almost seven-month, 300-million-mile (458-million-kilometer) journey from Earth. InSight’s two-year mission will be to study the deep interior of Mars to learn how all celestial bodies with rocky surfaces, including Earth […]

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Release of the film on the geoparticles excursion to Appolonia!

In July 2018, the team of researchers working on the geotechnical and archaeological applications of geoparticles moved to the Apollonia site in northern Greece, near Thessaloniki. The Labex UnivEarthS actively participates in this project through group I2: Geoparticles. This mission was carried out to test the use of neutrinos in archaeological studies, focusing on a Greek mound. In collaboration with […]

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Live the landing of the probe that will listen to the heartbeat of Mars!

  On November 26, 2018, after a 485 million kilometre journey, the InSight landed on Martian soil for a two-year mission, with the French SEIS seismometer on board. The 12th mission of NASA’s Discovery Program, an international collaboration, InSight aims to study the internal structure of Mars and understand the formation and evolution of the rocky planets of the Solar […]

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