1)  Journées SF2A, Atelier Blanc du Programme National de Planétologie (PNP) | Paris | 2-5 juin

Cette année, le Programme National de Planétologie organise un atelier « blanc » couvrant toutes les thématiques Astronomie et Astrophysique couvertes par le PNP: Systèmes extrasolaires, Origine du système solaire et Surfaces et enveloppes planétaires.
Cet atelier blanc permettra de présenter à la communauté française les travaux réalisés dans tous les thèmes de la planétologie. Le programme sera constitué à partir des propositions de présentations reçues (orales et posters). Les posters, sous forme électronique uniquement, pourront faire l’objet de présentations « flash ».
Nous encourageons particulièrement les jeunes chercheurs à présenter leur travaux sous forme de contributions orales.

La date limite pour envoyer vos contributions est le 1er mai.

Co-organisators/SOC:
Aurélien Crida, Sandrine Guerlet, Olivia Venot


2) Atelier sur la science du système solaire avec l’ELT --- 14 mai 2020 --- LAM, Mareille

https://atelier-elt.sciencesconf.org

L'ELT est actuellement en phase de construction et devrait être opérationnel en 2025. Trois instruments de première génération sont en cours de réalisation : MICADO, HARMONI, et METIS. Un quatrième instrument de première génération est en cours de définition : MAORY. La France est impliquée dans tous ces instruments, que ce soit sur le plan technique ou scientifique.

L’intérêt de la communauté française de planétologie pour l’ELT est grand, mais nous devons nous organiser pour maximiser le retour scientifique. L’objectif de cet atelier est donc d’échanger autour de la thématique de la science du système solaire avec l'ELT, afin d'informer, de coordonner, et de préparer au mieux notre communauté de planétologues à l’arrivée de l'ELT.

L’atelier aura lieu sur une journée, le jeudi 14 mai 2020 au Laboratoire d’Astrophysique de Marseille (LAM), de 10h à 17h pour permettre au plus grand nombre de faire l’aller-retour dans la journée. L’atelier est limité à 80 places, la capacité de l’amphithéâtre du LAM. Les présentations et les discussions se feront de préférence en français.

Olivier Groussin, au nom du comité d’organisation

3) Europlanet France Hub appel à propositions date limite 23 mars 2020


Un appel à propositions est ouvert à nos membres menant des activités au sein des hubs régionaux. L'AO est conçu pour soutenir des projets à hauteur de 1000-5000 €. Les propositions devraient favoriser les objectifs de la Europlanet Society et impliquent activement les membres de la Société. Les consignes pour cet AO préparées par l'ESF et le modèle de proposition sont fournis dans les liens ci-dessous et la demande doit être rédigée en ANGLAIS.  Le modèle comprend les coordonnées du proposant, une brève description de l'activité proposée, la manière dont la Société bénéficiera du projet, et le plan de financement détaillé. La proposition doit être ensuite envoyée au hub Français à l’adresse Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.. La date limite de dépôt des candidatures au hub est fixée au 23 mars 2020. Dans un premier temps, le hub classe les propositions puis les déposent par le biais du formulaire en ligne de la société Europlanet. Toutes les propositions seront ensuite examinées par le conseil d'administration pour la sélection finale des meilleurs projets à financer.
conseils: https://uncloud.univ-nantes.fr/index.php/s/XMF7NnqgAnfmD8a
modèle: https://uncloud.univ-nantes.fr/index.php/s/XmBamWmt9SrcRAg


4) 11th Moscow International Solar System Symposium | Moscow, Russia  |  October 5-9, 2020

The 11th Moscow International Solar System Symposium (11M-S3) will be held
from 5 to 9 October 2020  at the Space Research Institute(IKI), Moscow, Russia.

11M-S3 LOC  invites you to register to this event by connecting directly to :
https://ms2020.cosmos.ru/
and find all information at our 11M-S3 site.

We kindly ask you to inform us in registration form about the preliminary title of your
report with name of assumed Symposium Session  until April 30, 2020. We could not
receive the financial support of the Russian Foundation for basic research(RFBR)
without announcing  a preliminary list of participants and a preliminary program of the
Symposium. Thank you in advance if you can send us this info before deadline.

 

We will be happy to welcome you in Moscow at 11M-S3.
 
5) GeoRaman 2020 | Bilbao, Spain | November, 2-5


We have the pleasure to invite all of you to the GeoRaman 2020 conference that will be held in Bilbao from the 2nd until the 5th of November. The main aim of this congress is to provide a scientific forum to present and promote the use of analytical techniques in the field of Geosciences. This series of conferences has a tradition since 1986, starting in Paris, and has since then been held in multiple cities in Europe, USA, and Australia.
The GeoRaman 2020 conference scope covers all scientific aspects where Raman spectroscopy and geology meet. GeoRaman has served as an important meeting point for scientists from different area of knowledge, to present their studies, participate in scientist discussions and find collaborative partners. This year NASA and ESA are going to launch missions to Mars in which for the first time Raman spectroscopy is going to be present.

On this website we try to provide all necessary information about this conference, in order to make your stay in Bilbao as pleasant as possible. We hope to welcome you in Bilbao.

On behalf of the scientific and organizing committees,

Kepa Castro

Conference topics

Raman Spectroscopy for Materials Science
Raman Spectroscopy under Extreme Conditions
Raman Spectroscopy for Cultural Heritage and Archeology  
Raman Spectroscopy for Environmental Sciences
Raman Spectroscopy for Earth Sciences  
Raman Spectroscopy for Planetary Science and Space Exploration  
Raman Spectroscopy for Extraterrestrial Materials, Astrobiology, and Paleobiology
Raman techniques and Relevant Instrumentations (LIBS, IR, Vis-NIR, etc.)


6) 14TH ASA CONFERENCE (UNITED WITH 15TH HITRAN CONFERENCE)   | REIMS – France | AUGUST 26th –28th, 2020

  The 14th Atmospheric Spectroscopy Applications (ASA) workshop will take place at the conference center of the Hôtel de la Paix, Best Western in Reims on August 26th -28th, 2020. The meeting, which begins on Wednesday of the week just before the Prague International Conference on Molecular Spectroscopy (August 31st - September 4th), will continue the union with the biennial HITRAN conference.
This meeting will be dedicated to the following topics:

Atmospheric measurements and observations
Relevant new spectroscopic data and their analysis
New trends in atmospheric spectroscopy techniques and gas analysis
Status and evolution of the molecular databases
Database archiving, access and methodology

The meeting will also provide the opportunity to organize special sessions on satellite measurements, climatology, planetology and astrophysics.
Contributions to the meeting will be selected according to their relevance to the topics aforementioned and to the HITRAN and HITEMP databases.
Scientific contributions will be presented as contributed lectures and poster presentations. We encourage posters promoting interaction among participants, and communications that present new research prior to peer-reviewed publication.

Since space is limited (max. 130 persons), pre-registration is highly recommended.
A registration form is available on the ASA website at

https://colloques.univ-reims.fr/colloque/inscriptionEtape1.jsp?locale=en&semId=ASA-HITRAN-20

The deadline for submitting the abstracts is 1st June, but we highly recommend early submissions to Prof. M.-R. De Backer by e-mail at Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.
You can make alterations to the abstracts prior to this deadline.


7) EPSC 2020 | Granada, Spain |  27 septembre - 2 octobre
 
MITM (Missions, Instrumentation, Techniques, Modeling)
Polarimetry as a tool for characterizing dust particles: Observations, Modeling, and Laboratory data

Remote sensing of Solar System objects such as planetary atmospheres, comets and asteroids, or the space between them, relies largely on the analysis of the solar light scattered by dust particles and clouds. Polarization is an invaluable tool for obtaining information on the physical properties (size, shape, and composition) and location of the scattering particles in the corresponding atmosphere. The aim of this session is to bring together observers, modelers, and experimental physicists to discuss the most recent results and advances in the characterization of dust particles by their spectro-polarimetric pattern.

https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EPSC2020/session/38442

Date limite de soumission des résumés : 13 mai 2020
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8) Post-doc position at Norfolk University in molecular spectroscopy
 

Prof. Peter F. Bernath is looking for a post-doc to begin as soon as possible to work in his group on several NASA-funded projects:

Record and analyzed far infrared collision-induced spectra of cold methane-nitrogen mixtures using synchrotron radiation. The goal is to simulate the far infrared spectrum of Titan, the largest moon of Saturn
Record and analyze infrared spectra of cold hydrocarbons. These data are needed to interpret the spectra of the Giant Planets and Titan.
Analysis of spectra of miscellaneous astrophysical molecules such as TiO and FeH.

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9) Poste MCF sections 31 & 34 au LISA / UPEC : astrochimie et instrumentation spatiale

Un poste de de MCF est ouvert au concours au LISA sur la thématique : Recherche de structures moléculaires et développements d’instrumentations innovantes pour les missions spatiales d'exploration in-situ des environnements planétaires et cométaires. Sections 31 et 34.

L'enseignement sera dispensé en chimie à la faculté des sciences de l'UPEC.

La recherche sera effectuée au LISA. Extrait du profil : "La formation antérieure du candidat l’aura doté d'une maîtrise approfondie des techniques d'analyses utilisées (chromatographie en phase gazeuse et/ou liquide et la spectrométrie de masse) afin d'en exploiter toutes les possibilités que ce soit dans le cadre de développements instrumentaux ou de l'interprétation des données. Ces compétences pourraient être renforcées par une capacité à contextualiser les mesures dans le cadre des recherches en astrochimie et en exobiologie : processus de formation dans les environnements planétaires et/ou cométaire, intérêt en chimie prébiotique..."

Pour en savoir plus : https://www.galaxie.enseignementsup-recherche.gouv.fr/ensup/ListesPostesPublies/ANTEE/2020_1/0941111X/FOPC_0941111X_4754.pdf 

1) Atelier sur la science du système solaire avec l’ELT --- 14 mai 2020 --- LAM, Mareille

https://atelier-elt.sciencesconf.org

L'ELT est actuellement en phase de construction et devrait être opérationnel en 2025. Trois instruments de première génération sont en cours de réalisation : MICADO, HARMONI, et METIS. Un quatrième instrument de première génération est en cours de définition : MAORY. La France est impliquée dans tous ces instruments, que ce soit sur le plan technique ou scientifique.

L’intérêt de la communauté française de planétologie pour l’ELT est grand, mais nous devons nous organiser pour maximiser le retour scientifique. L’objectif de cet atelier est donc d’échanger autour de la thématique de la science du système solaire avec l'ELT, afin d'informer, de coordonner, et de préparer au mieux notre communauté de planétologues à l’arrivée de l'ELT.

L’atelier aura lieu sur une journée, le jeudi 14 mai 2020 au Laboratoire d’Astrophysique de Marseille (LAM), de 10h à 17h pour permettre au plus grand nombre de faire l’aller-retour dans la journée. L’atelier est limité à 80 places, la capacité de l’amphithéâtre du LAM. Les présentations et les discussions se feront de préférence en français.

Olivier Groussin, au nom du comité d’organisation


2) School in High-Angular Resolution Observations from the ground | Observatoire de Haute-Provence | 5 - 9 October 2020

https://sites.google.com/view/astro-har/home?authuser=0

With the deployment of adaptive telescopes and the upcoming ELTs high-angular resolution is the new standard for ground-based observations. The objective of the school is to prepare the new generation of astronomers to make the best use of their High-Angular Resolution data.


3) IAU Symposium Multi-scale (time and mass) dynamics of space objects | University Al. I. Cuza of Iasi, Romania | 6-10 July 2020


We are pleased to inform you that with the support of IAU, Division A
Fundamental Astronomy and the Commission A4 Celestial Mechanics
and Dynamical Astronomy, we are organizing the Symposium "Multi-scale
(time and mass) dynamics of space objects".
The Symposium will take place at the University Al. I. Cuza of Iasi (Romania)
during the period 6-10 July 2020.

Information are available at https://www.math.uaic.ro/IAU_S364/

The Symposium will cover the recent advances in the multi-scale dynamics of natural
and artificial space objects from various perspectives: modelling, development of new
methods and tools to analyze the dynamics, stability analysis, exploration and
exploitation of minor bodies. The Symposium will serve a wide international community
working in various fields: physics, celestial mechanics, astrodynamics, planetary
sciences, space engineering, applied mathematics, dynamical systems. The Symposium
will provide an ideal venue for interdisciplinary discussions, exchanging ideas, making
future plans and developing new collaborations.

Key topics:
The IAU Symposium will cover the following topics:
1. Large-scale body dynamics: planets and exoplanets;
2. Medium-scale body dynamics: asteroids, comets, NEOs, natural satellites;
3. Small-scale body dynamics: dust particles, rings and space debris;
4. Perturbation methods and long-term evolution of space objects;
5. Numerical and analytical methods for resonances and chaos;
6. Exploration and exploitation of space objects.

Alessandra Celletti and Catalin Gales
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4) PCMI biennial conference | Le Havre | July 06-10, 2020

PCMI organizes its biennial conference in Le Havre on July 06-10 2020. The deadline for abstract submission is Feb. 21st, 2020.

We encourage the teams funded by PCMI to present their work, as well as any scientist working on the following themes:
1) Formation of large scale structures and their link with the formation of stars and planets;
2) Understanding the role of the interstellar medium in the evolution of the Milky Way and near and far galaxies;
3) The way the cycle of matter between the different phases of the ISM lead to an increase of the molecular complexity and its link with astro-biology.

More information on the science themes at the heart of the program may be found on the following document:

http://www.pcmi.cnrs.fr/IMG/pdf/pcmi-prospect-2019-2024.pdf

In addition to these topics addressed in common sessions, there will be 4 half-day discussion workshops dedicated to the following themes:
  - PCMI and exo-biology
  - The ionization fraction of the interstellar medium
  - Understanding kinematic signatures from cloud collapse to planet
    formation: what are the current chemo-dynamical modeling challenges?
  - High-redshift galaxies chemistry

Important dates, pratical information and preliminary program may be found on the conference website:

https://pcmi2020lehavre.sciencesconf.org

Transmis par  Jerome Pety, Karine Demyk, Ludovic Biennier, Francois Lique pour le CS de PCMI.


5) HERA WORKSHOP | NICE (FRANCE) | APRIL 20-22, 2020
 
The Hera mission (ESA), which will perform the first rendezvous with a binary
asteroid and measure precisely the outcome of the NASA DART impact on the
binary's moon, has been approved by ESA Member States in November 2019 in
the new Space Safety Program for launch in 2024.

 
The first Hera workshop after approval will take place in Nice (France) on April 20-22, 2020.
The main objective is to present and discuss current status of the ongoing activities in
support and preparation to the Hera mission. It also offers the small body community
the possibility to discuss possible contributions to the different working groups that
have been defined to support the mission development and data interpretation.

 
The venue is the Hôtel Saint-Paul in Nice and a block of bedrooms has been kept for
participants. A form can be downloaded on the workshop website to book a bedroom
at preferential rate (deadline on Feb. 16, 2020).


See:
  https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/hera-community-workshop
 Registration will open in mid-February, and the deadlines for registration and other
information will be provided in a second announcement.
 
The Hera meeting is followed
by another workshop devoted to the asteroid Apophis on April 23-24, 2020 at the same
venue:
https://www.hou.usra.edu/meetings/apophis2020/
 
Patrick Michel and Michael Kueppers


6) 10th Very Large Telescope Interferometer school | Sophia Antipolis technopole | September 6 to 12, 2020

Dear colleagues,

It is our pleasure to announce the forthcoming 10th Very Large Telescope Interferometer school, that will take place at the Sophia Antipolis technopole, located in the beautiful Côte d’Azur area, from September 6 to 12, 2020.

The school is aimed at PhD students, post-doc and researchers who want to know more about the breakthrough technique of optical/IR long baseline interferometry. This year there will be a special focus on the new mid-infrared VLTI instrument MATISSE and its application to the field of planetology and the environment of young stars. There will be courses and practice sessions on fundamentals of long-baseline interferometry, the VLTI and other facilities, the theory and modeling of circumstellar disks, and more.

More information can be found at the school website https://vlti2020.sciencesconf.org

Registration will open soon.

The school is supported by the European Union (OPTICON), JMMC, the Lagrange astrophysics lab in Nice, the Nice observatory, and the CNRS through its action spécifique ASHRA.

With our best regards,

Alexis Matter and the school SOC and LOC


7) 16th international Summer School of Modern Astrophysics (SOMA-2020) on Exoplanets | Moscow, Russia | July 6-17, 2020

We are happy to announce the 16th international Summer School of Modern
Astrophysics (SOMA-2020) on Exoplanets to be held July 6-17, 2020 in
Moscow, Russia.

We are encouraging early career scientists to take part in the school
and invite their applications (with a deadline of March 1, 2020). We
would appreciate your help in disseminating this announcement among the
relevant members of your group, as well as your colleagues.

The School web site and the application form can be found at

https://www.astrosoma.org


In 2020 the School focus will be on Exoplanets, with a plan to cover
the following general topics:

- Exoplanet discovery and characterization
- Protoplanetary disks
- Planet formation
- Disk-planet coupling
- Planetary dynamics
- Exoplanetary atmospheres and interiors

The School lecturers will include

- Jean-Michel Desert - University of Amsterdam
- Catherine Espaillat - Boston University
- Dan Fabrycky - University of Chicago
- Scott Gaudi - Ohio State University
- Yoram LIthwick - Northwestern University
- Roman Rafikov - University of Cambridge
- Yanqin Wu - University of Toronto

They will provide an immersive review of the most exciting topics of
exoplanetary science with a focus on recent discoveries and will deliver
a series of hands-on practical sessions, in which the school
participants will acquire knowledge of the relevant tools and skills.

The SOMA Schools are held over a 2-week period at the Moscow Institute
of Physics and Technology (MIPT) in a town of Dolgoprudny just outside
Moscow. About 40 junior researchers - advanced undergraduates, graduate
students and postdocs - participate in a School each year (previous
topics included Cosmology and High-Energy Astrophysics). Details of the
application procedure and other logistical information (accommodation,
travel details, etc.) are available at the School website.

Kind regards,
Roman Rafikov, on behalf of the organizers (SOC)

Vasily Beskin (LPI)
Mikhail Medvedev (Kansas Univ.)
Sasha Philippov (CCA, Flatiron Institute)
Roman Rafikov (Cambridge)
Sasha Tchekhovskoy (Northwestern Univ.)

8) Celebrating Sydney Leach : from Molecular Photophysics to Astrobiology with Musical Interludes | ISMO, Orsay | 22 au 25 septembre 2020

Un colloque scientifique international  "Celebrating Sydney Leach : from Molecular Photophysics to Astrobiology with Musical Interludes" qui se déroulera du 22 au 25 septembre 2020 est organisé à la mémoire de Sydney Leach, qui nous a quittés le 24 décembre 2019 à l’âge de 95 ans.

Le site web est ouvert https://astromolecleach.sciencesconf.org/

La conférence aura lieu à l'Institut des Sciences Moléculaires d'Orsay.

Le programme du colloque sera constitué par le biais d’un appel à contribution et d’une sélection par le comité scientifique autour des champs disciplinaires suivants :

(1) Photophysique Moléculaire
(2) Spectroscopie et dynamique de molécules, complexes et clusters
(3) Rayonnement Synchrotron derniers développements et utilisation de pointe
(4) Astrochimie, astrobiologie et l’origine de la vie

Quelques conférenciers de grande envergure seront invités pour introduire les thématiques.

Nous attendons plus d’une centaine de participants, avec une très forte participation des nombreux laboratoires Franciliens concernés par ces disciplines, mais également de par l’influence de Sydney Leach tout au long de sa carrière sur plusieurs générations de chercheurs dans la communauté internationale, et particulièrement autour de lui en région Parisienne. A l’image de Sydney qui a toujours su encourager les jeunes chercheurs, une attention particulière sera portée aux plus jeunes afin de leur donner l’occasion de présenter leurs travaux.

Sydney Leach a effectué toute sa carrière en France au CNRS (depuis 1946). Il a été l’un des piliers de la physique moléculaire en France, jouant un rôle majeur dans la création et le développement d’une nouvelle discipline, la photophysique moléculaire, dont il donna le nom au laboratoire qu’il a fondé et dirigé pendant de nombreuses années : le Laboratoire de Photophysique Moléculaire d’Orsay (laboratoire propre du CNRS, dont est issu l’actuel ISMO). Sydney Leach s’est toujours intéressé aux disciplines voisines et son intérêt pour l’astrophysique l’a conduit  à poursuivre la dernière partie de sa carrière à l'observatoire de Paris (Site de Meudon), au département Damap devenu le LERMA.

Il s’agit d’une conférence internationale d’une durée de 3 jours permettant de faire le point sur les dernières avancées scientifiques autour de plusieurs domaines dans lesquels Sydney Leach a joué un rôle pionnier et moteur. Ce colloque sera l’occasion d’aborder les aspects les plus fondamentaux de la photophysique moléculaire, de la spectroscopie et de la dynamique des molécules, en portant un éclairage particulier sur des assemblages moléculaires complexes et les agrégats. Il abordera également les aspects techniques les plus récents et les utilisations de pointe, avec une session dédiée au rayonnement synchrotron, pour lequel Sydney a été un grand promoteur et utilisateur. Enfin, une large place sera faite aux applications en astrophysique, à travers les études en astrochimie, en astrobiologie et la question de l’origine de la vie.

Ce colloque réunira des communautés diverses, permettant aux chercheurs de se retrouver sur des champs disciplinaires connexes mais ayant un des aspects communs en sciences moléculaires au sens large. Ce sera une occasion pour les plus jeunes d’élargir leur champ de vision au voisinage de leur domaine de recherche propres, et de rencontrer des chercheurs de tout premier plan sur des questions d’actualités.

9) VESPA  --- Call for data services 2020


Dear colleagues,

We would like to draw your attention to the VESPA call for data services 2020.
VESPA is an activity in the new Europlanet-2024 programme, an EC-funded project aimed at making Planetary Science data available to the scientific community in the framework of the Virtual Observatory.
Between 4 and 5 projects are selected through yearly calls to enlarge the data content accessible via the VESPA portal (http://vespa.obspm.fr/).
A common workshop is then organized with the selected participants to help them design and set up their project, and to open it to the users community. This kind of access would give a greater visibility to your work.
We invite you to submit an application to the call which text is copied below. Selected teams receive an invitation for 2 persons for the 4-days workshop (this year in Toulouse, France).
For more information please follow the links listed below, and don’t hesitate to contact us.

With our best regards
Stéphane Erard, for Europlanet / VESPA


VESPA / Call for data services 2020
Scope of call:

The aim of the VESPA activity in the Europlanet2024-RI programme is to make Planetary Science and Solar System data accessible and searchable through a system derived from the Astronomical Virtual Observatory. Currently 54 databases are available from the VESPA portal  and 30 to 50 more are expected to be made available on-line during the 4-year Europlanet2024-RI programme.

Key dates:

Call opens: 17 January 2020
Call closes: 28 February 2020
Selection telecon: March 4th, 2020
Selection of teams by March 6th, 2020
Telecons with selected teams from March 9 to 20, 2020
Workshop: 30 March 2020 to 03 April 2020 at IRAP, Toulouse, France
Post-workshop telecon, May 2020
Finalization review performed with the proposers, June 2020
Service delivery date: June 2020

For further information, requirements, etc, visit: http://www.europlanet-vespa.eu/call2020.shtml


10) 5 postdocs and 3 PhD on InSight Science


With support of the French Science Agency (ANR) and CNES, the French InSight community is opening 5 postdocs and 3 PhD on InSight Science.

2 positions are open in Toulouse (IRAP and ISAE), 2 in Paris (IPGP and LMD) and one in Nice (LAGRANGE). Research fields for the postdocs are related to Mars high pressure & mineralogy, Atmospheric/seismic coupling, Seismic analysis, Meteorological analysis, crustal gravity and seismic characterization. See more at:
https://www.seis-insight.eu/en/science/jobs-opening/post-docs-positions

The three PhDs are in IPGP, ISAE/LAGRANGE and ENS Lyon and are on Mars seismic noise, signals analysis and Gravimetry and stresses of Mars and its Moons and Martian crust structure and Mars Thermal evolution. See more at
https://www.seis-insight.eu/en/science/jobs-opening/phd-thesis


11) New Faculty position in Exoplanets at UCL

Dear all,

In case you are interested, we have 3 new faculty positions in Astrophysics opening at UCL.
If you are interested in applying, please see below (deadline February 29th)

Best wishes

Giovanna


Lectureship in Exoplanetary Science and Protoplanetary Disks
https://jobregister.aas.org/ad/5136cddb

1) Atelier sur la science du système solaire avec l’ELT --- 14 mai 2020 --- LAM, Mareille

https://atelier-elt.sciencesconf.org

L'ELT est actuellement en phase de construction et devrait être opérationnel en 2025. Trois instruments de première génération sont en cours de réalisation : MICADO, HARMONI, et METIS. Un quatrième instrument de première génération est en cours de définition : MAORY. La France est impliquée dans tous ces instruments, que ce soit sur le plan technique ou scientifique.

L’intérêt de la communauté française de planétologie pour l’ELT est grand, mais nous devons nous organiser pour maximiser le retour scientifique. L’objectif de cet atelier est donc d’échanger autour de la thématique de la science du système solaire avec l'ELT, afin d'informer, de coordonner, et de préparer au mieux notre communauté de planétologues à l’arrivée de l'ELT.

L’atelier aura lieu sur une journée, le jeudi 14 mai 2020 au Laboratoire d’Astrophysique de Marseille (LAM), de 10h à 17h pour permettre au plus grand nombre de faire l’aller-retour dans la journée. L’atelier est limité à 80 places, la capacité de l’amphithéâtre du LAM. Les présentations et les discussions se feront de préférence en français.

Olivier Groussin, au nom du comité d’organisation


2) James Webb Space Telescope | Cycle 1 Call for Proposals | Proposal Deadline: May 01, 2020

We are pleased to announce the release of the Cycle 1 Call for Proposals for the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) Observations and funding for Archival Research and Theoretical Research programs.

Participation in this program is open to all categories of organizations, both domestic and foreign, including educational institutions, profit and nonprofit organizations, NASA Centers, and other Government agencies.

This solicitation for proposals will be open through May 01, 2020 8:00pm EDT. The current release of the Astronomer's Proposal Tools (APT), required for Proposal Submission, can be used to prepare proposals. We encourage prospective investigators to start preparing their proposals as soon as possible. The final version for Cycle 1 use will be released in early March. Results of the selection will be announced in late August.

All programmatic and technical information, as well as specific guidelines for proposal preparation, are available electronically from the STScI Announcement Web Page: https://jwst-docs.stsci.edu/jwst-opportunities-and-policies/jwst-call-for-proposals-for-cycle-1 also see http://www.stsci.edu/jwst/science-planning.

 Proposals must be submitted for review using the dual anonymous format.

Questions can be addressed to the STScI Help Desk (web: jwsthelp.stsci.edu).

To stay tuned to JWST News go to:  http://www.stsci.edu/jwst/news-events/news.

3) Atelier "New Developments in High Resolution Molecular Spectroscopy and outreach to modern applications"  --- Les Houches --- May 31st - June 5th


L'inscription au workshop:  "New Developments in High Resolution Molecular Spectroscopy and outreach to modern applications"  à l'école de physique des Houches est maintenant ouverte !

Organized around lectures, exercises and practical work on modern developments in high resolution molecular spectroscopy and its applications in various fields, this international workshop aims to build and sustain strong bridges between PhD/Postdocs currently in academia and the socio-economic world. It will focus on existing and future connections between fundamental and applied spectroscopy in the context of current developments and scientific challenges. The workshop is especially dedicated to the young researchers in the field.

https://spectro-houches.sciencesconf.org/

https://spectro-houches.sciencesconf.org/data/pages/Affiche_Spectro_Houches_2020.pdf


4) Atelier scientifique BlueMuse --- Lyon --- 30 Mars - 1er Avril

We welcome the participation of the astronomical community to the BlueMUSE science workshop, which will happen between March 30th and April 1st in Lyon, France
REGISTRATION AND ABSTRACT SUBMISSION (no registration fees)

BlueMUSE is one of the instrument concepts presented at the VLT2030 workshop, for which ESO is requesting white papers in its long-term implementation plan. It is an optical seeing-limited, blue-optimised, medium spectral resolution, panoramic integral-field-spectrograph, to be installed on one of the telescopes of the VLT on Cerro Paranal (Chile).

This workshop aims at bringing together the scientific community and discuss the key science cases in relation with the top level requirements and capabilities of BlueMUSE. It is an opportunity to engage the community and push forward the BlueMUSE project. We are specifically seeking input from the community on specific science cases where BlueMUSE will have a strong impact due to its uniqueness.

The workshop program will include a few overview and invited talks but the large majority will be dedicated to individual contributions and scientific discussions.

The topics we aim to cover are the following:

    Solar system

    Galactic (including stars and ISM)

    Nearby galaxies

    Distant galaxies and cosmology

    Discussions on synergies with current and future facilities

    We are looking forward to see you in Lyon!

    The SOC and the LOC


5) FROM CLOUDS TO PLANETS II: THE ASTROCHEMICAL LINK  --- Harnack Haus, Berlin  --- 28.09-02.10, 2020

https://events.mpe.mpg.de/event/12/overview


In 2015, we gathered at the Harnack Haus in Berlin to discuss about star and planet formation
and the crucial role played by Astrochemistry in our understanding of the various steps that
transform an interstellar cloud in stellar systems like our own. It is now time to meet again and
present the exciting results that have been achieved in recent years, thanks to ALMA, IRAM,
JVLA, GBT, APEX, SOFIA and other facilities, as well as thanks to coordinated efforts in the
laboratory and theory (in particular, quantum chemistry and chemical-dynamical models of
evolving clouds and disks). This will be important to cast a fresh look into the future, which we
already know is going to be bright, thanks to revolutionary telescopes coming up in the next
few years (such as JWST and ELT) and next decades (SKA and ngVLA).

During the conference, we will make a journey through space and time, starting from interstellar
clouds and then moving to cloud filaments and dense cores on the verge of star formation, to
protostars and their embedded disks, to planet-forming disks to exoplanet and finally landing in
our Solar System, while delving into laboratory facilities and theoretical calculations and
simulations. Each evening, before dinner, there will be a general talk on each topic of the
conference (the “aperitive talk”), to allow all communities to understand better the “big picture”
and to facilitate finding links across disciplines, which always provide fertile ground in our
journey towards understanding our astrochemical origins.

Students and young researchers are encouraged to attend and interact with all participants,
to present their work and broaden their horizons. Some financial help will be available for them
upon request.

The total number of participants is limited to less than or equal to 120.

If you are interested in attending and present an oral contribution or poster, please follow
instructions at https://events.mpe.mpg.de/event/12/abstracts/

We hope to see you at the Harnack Haus later this year!

Paola Caselli and Dima Semenov
(on behalf of the SOC)


6) Encore quelques places pour la session 2020 des Rencontres Exobiologiques pour Doctorants | 8 au 14 mars 2020 | Réserve Ornithologique du Teich (33)

Bonjour,

La session 2020 des Rencontres Exobiologiques pour Doctorants (RED’20/Astrobiology Introductory Course) se déroulera du 8 au 14 mars 2020 à la Réserve Ornithologique du Teich (33).

Ces rencontres s’adressent :
– A tout étudiant préparant une thèse en Sciences de la Terre et de l’Univers, Sciences Chimiques, Sciences de la Vie, Bio-informatique ou Histoire/philosophie des Sciences en France ou dans tout autre pays.

- L'école est aussi ouverte aux jeunes chercheurs et chercheurs s'intéressant à l'exobiologie.

Les cours auront lieu en anglais.

Les inscriptions sont ouvertes jusqu'au 31 Janvier 2020. Il reste encore quelques places.

Découvrez le programme et les intervenants de cette session sur le site de l'école :

http://www.exobiologie.fr/red/index.php/fr/


Muriel Gargaud & Hervé Cottin


7) LSST@Europe4 --- Shaping the European Contribution to LSST | Rome, Italy | 8 —12 June 2020

https://sites.google.com/inaf.it/lssteurope4
This conference follows the very successful LSST@Europe1 (Cambridge), 2 (Belgrade) and 3 (Lyon) workshops organized in 2013, 2016 and 2018 to foster the European participation in the LSST project, as well as the analogous LSST@ASIA organized in 2019 by and for the Asian, Australian and African communities.
 
The LSST project is moving forward in the construction phase, and activities in the LSST Science Collaborations are vibrant and involve a significant European participation.
The recent adoption of an “in-kind” contribution to regulate the access of International participants to the LSST data clearly represents a major paradigm shift for the participation of the European astronomical community, with  existing agreements that need to be re-negotiated by mid-2021.
The LSST@Europe4 conference,  right in the middle of this path, provides the community with a perfect opportunity to discuss proposals and plans.
 
In this framework, the main objectives of LSST@Europe4 are to:
- provide an update of the status of the LSST Project;
- foster and promote the participation of European scientists to the activities of the Science Collaborations;
- discuss  opportunities and proposals  to help European participants shape the “in-kind” contributions for the development of the LSST project;
- discuss potential common initiatives at the European level to support the participation of European scientists to LSST;
- provide an update description of the LSST data products of different levels;
- discuss the LSST science drivers: current perspectives and future developments;
- explore synergies with other facilities, with a special emphasis on the European ones.

Registration will open in early 2020

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8) Journée LSST "INSU-IN2P3 | LPNHE, Paris | 23 Mars

Les directions de l’INSU et de l’IN2P3 se sont mises d’accord pour l’organisation d’un journée conjointe INSU-IN2P3 autour du LSST. L’ordre du jour exacte est en cours d'élaboration, mais il devrait se développer selon les trois axes suivants :

Présentation de certains projets scientifiques intéressant la communauté INSU-IN2P3 (autour des Science Collaborations)
Point sur les collaborations IN2P3-INSU à l’intérieur de LSST France
Point sur les projets de contribution INSU à LSST

9) AOGS2020 - Extension de la date limite
While we are receiving a great number of abstracts at this last minute,
we've decided to extend the abstract submission period for two more weeks till 4th February by considering the impacts from the Lunar New Year holidays. Therefore, the door is still open for all members' abstract submission.
Conveners have last chance to encourage your colleagues to make exciting sessions! We look forward to seeing you at AOGS2020.

10) EPSC2020 --- Granada, Spain --- 27 September to 2 October 2020

The Europlanet Science Congress 2020 (EPSC2020) will take place at the Palacio de Congresos de Granada, Granada, Spain, from 27 September to 2 October 2020.

The Europlanet Science Congress (formerly the European Planetary Science Congress) is the annual meeting place of the Europlanet Society. With a track record of 14 years and regularly attracting around 1,000 participants, the Europlanet Science Congress is the largest planetary science meeting in Europe. It covers the entire range of planetary sciences with an extensive mix of talks, workshops and poster sessions while providing a unique space for networking and exchange of experiences.

The success of this meeting is founded on the excellence of its sessions and conveners. So, we encourage you to make session proposals on the conference website by 12 February 2020:

https://www.epsc2020.eu

The meeting will cover the whole scope of planetary science and you can propose sessions for the following programme groups:

TP – Terrestrial Planets
OPS – Outer Planet Systems
MITM – Missions, Instrumentation, Techniques, Modelling
SB – Small Bodies (comets, KBOs, rings, asteroids, meteorites, dust)
EXO – Exoplanets and Origins of Planetary Systems
ODAA – Outreach, Diversity, Amateur Astronomy

We look forward to many good proposals for exciting sessions.

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Best regards,

Maria Cristina De Sanctis
Scientific organizing committee chair


11)  MOOC sur la spectroscopie


Chères, Chers, Collègues,


Veuillez trouver ci-dessous une annonce d'école thématique sur la spectroscopie émanant de la Subdivision Spectroscopies Optique et Neutronique.

Cette école est en français et s'adresse principalement à des M1-M2 généralistes.
 
https://www.fun-mooc.fr/courses/course-v1:univ-orleans+178001+session01/about

Cordialement,

Stéphane Coussan

Président de la Division de Chimie-Physique


12) Post-Doc "Contribution à la réalisation d’une détection hétérodyne spécifiquement dédiée à la ligne AILES du synchrotron SOLEIL"
Le sujet propose d’accompagner certains développements techniques, encore inédit, du programme HEROES1 retenu par l’Agence Nationale pour la Recherche. L’objectif est de développer une détection hétérodyne spécifique à l’analyse spectrale haute résolution du rayonnement synchrotron dans l’InfraRouge Lointain (1 à 5 THz dans ce projet) dans son mode de stockage dit « classique ». Pour atteindre ce but, nous disposons d’un oscillateur local de nouvelle génération. Il s’agit d’un laser moléculaire breveté par l’un de nos partenaires et qui a bénéficié d’un programme de maturation de la SATT Nord2. Une première démonstration expérimentale a été réalisée autour de 1 THz3 et le défi consiste à adapter ce premier prototype pour atteindre des fréquences de travail beaucoup plus importante. L’un des verrous technologiques réside dans la métrologie de fréquences qui se doit d’être compatible avec les applications de spectroscopie à résolution sub-MHz. La stabilité en fréquence (sur plusieurs échelles de temps), la pureté spectrale, la précision absolue en fréquence de chaque nouvelles raies d’émissions laser seront étudiées en bénéficiant d’un instrument unique développé au LPCA: il s’agit d’un synthétiseur THz basé sur la technique de photomélange et verrouillé sur un peigne de fréquences (« frequency comb »). Une tâche particulière sera d’étendre le nombre de transitions laser accessibles afin de couvrir le plus efficacement possible la bande spectrale comprise entre1 et 4 THz. Une dernière difficulté est d’adapter cet ensemble (mélangeur et oscillateurs locaux) à l’environnement du centre de rayonnement synchrotron dans un souci de « convivialité » compatible avec une exploitation en routine par de futurs utilisateurs.

Les travaux auront lieux au Laboratoire de Physico-Chimie de l’Atmosphère situé à Dunkerque à proximité immédiate de grandes villes Européennes (Bruxelles, Lille, Londres, Gand, Rotterdam et Paris). Des campagnes de mesures et de tests seront également programmées sur la ligne AILES du Synchrotron SOLEIL

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13) 15 new PhD positions in exoplanet and planet formation research in a new joint European network Chameleon


Dear microlensers,

We are opening 15 new PhD positions in exoplanet and planet formation research in a new joint European network Chameleon (http://chameleon.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/), with application deadline February 3 and starting date in September 2020. Please, find attached a detailed description of the 3 PhD positions that will open at the Niels Bohr Institute with me as supervisor, and information about the 12 other positions available under the network, too, and about how to apply.

Fellowship 1: “Irradiation and impact of stellar variability on exoplanet atmospheres”.
Aim: Development of self-consist models for stellar and irradiated exoplanet atmospheric systems and synthetic spectra. Using these models for studying the effect of stellar variability and activity on the exoplanet’s atmosphere and its potential habitability.   
Double degree with University of Leuven, Belgium.

Fellowship 2: “Low-temperature chemistry for DRIFT-MARCS”.
Aim: Combining the experience from cool star modelling by the MARCS code with surface interaction and low-temperature gas- and cloud chemistry from the DRIFT code. Comparing model computations with existing and coming observations of a wide range of exoplanets.
Double degree with University of St Andrews, Scotland.

Fellowship 3: “Connecting the atmosphere and the interior in extrasolar gas planets”.
Aim: Connecting the interior of exoplanets with observations of the atmosphere (i.e. spectra, colours etc), and compare results from 1D and 3D computations. Using these models to study inflated close-in planets (i.e. solving “the hot jupiter radius anomaly”).
Double degree with University of Leuven, Belgium.

Application material is to be uploaded via the Niels Bohr Institute home page. Follow the links under vacancies at https://www.nbi.ku.dk


Best wishes,   Uffe.
Uffe Gråe Jørgensen
Professor in astrophysics at the Niels Bohr Institute,
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
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14) TWO-YEARS POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHER POSITION IN NUMERICAL MODELLING OF THE IONOSPHERE --- IRAP, Toulouse, France - from 1st of March 2020

Following call to tender SU-SPACE-22-SEC-2019: Space Weather, in the frame Horizon2020, EUHFORIA 2.0 project (PI: S. Poedts, KU Leuven, Belgium) has been recently selected. It aims at developing the world’s most advanced space weather forecasting tool and will address geoeffectiveness, impacts and mitigation, including extreme events, related to solar eruptions, solar wind streams and Solar Energetic Particles, with particular emphasis on its application to forecast Geomagnetically Induced Currents (GICs) and radiation on geospace. In this context, IRAP-CNRS (Toulouse France) is involved in the development of the GICs forecasting work package by providing forecasts of geomagnetic variations at any point on the ground. The main points of this work package are first the coupling of IPIM ionosphere model and IMM electrodynamics model, already developed in the group at IRAP, and then the development of a Biot-Savart module, which will use the output for the coupled models to calculate the ionospheric horizontal currents responsible for the GICs. IRAP ionosphere group is seeking a post-doctoral researcher to lead the aforementioned developments.

More info: http://transplanet.cdpp.eu/job.html

Inquiries:
Dr. Aurélie Marchaudon and Dr. Pierre-Louis Blelly
IRAP/CNRS, 9 avenue du Colonel Roche, 31400 Toulouse, France
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1) EGU 2020 --- Vienna  --- 3-8 May

Session PS4.2 : Mars Science and Exploration

We would like you to invite to submit an abstract to the session PS4.2 "Mars Science and Exploration" of the EGU2020 to be held in Vienna on 3–8 May 2020.

The deadline for the abstract submission is 15 January 2020, 13:00 CET, or, for those applying for EGU Roland Schlich travel support, 1 December 2019, 13:00 CET.

With three rover launches scheduled in 2020, another giant leap in Mars exploration is expected in the next decade. In this session, we welcome contributions about lessons learnedfrom past/current missions, terrestrial analog studies, as well as future exploration and prospects.

 If you consider submitting an abstract in this session, you can use the following link: https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2020/session/36513
     
 Hope to see you in Vienna!

 Best regards,

 The conveners
 Jessica Flahaut, Benjamin Bultel, Xiao Long, Arianna Piccialli  

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PS1.4-ST4: Planetary Space Weather
Convener: Valeria Mangano
Co-conveners: Philippe Garnier, Markus Fränz, Zhonghua Yao
Deadline for abstract submission is 15 Jan 2020, 13:00 CET.

As conveners we would like to invite researchers in the planetary space weather community and in the planetary environments to submit abstracts.

In the present session, we welcome abstracts from all planets’ upstream solar wind activities and their relation to planetary space weather, including especially magnetized bodies (like Mercury, the Earth, Saturn and Jupiter) as well as comparisons with unmagnetized bodies (Mars and Venus), with a special focus of this session on the planet Mercury whose environment in a few years will be the main goal of the dual ESA/JAXA mission BepiColombo.

In this frame, we welcome studies on:
-       magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling dynamics (and auroras where present);
-       the solar wind interaction with planets and moons;
-       inter-comparisons of planetary environments;
-       observations of space weather effects from space probes and Earth-based instrumentation;
-       theoretical modeling and simulations, especially in view of measurement analysis and interpretation;
-       potential impacts of space weathering on technological space systems.

For detailed information, see:
https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2020/session/37324

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PS3.6/AS4.21/ST3.5 Atmospheres and exospheres of terrestrial planets, satellites, and exoplanets


Dear colleagues,

I’m pleased to announce that the abstract submission is open for EGU 2020, held in Vienna on 3-8 May.

The deadline for the abstract submission is 15 January 2020, 13:00 CET or, for those applying for EGU travel support, 1 December 2019.

I would like to draw your attention to our session: Atmospheres and exospheres of terrestrial planets, satellites, and exoplanets

"This session primarily focuses on the neutral atmospheres of terrestrial bodies other than the Earth. This includes not only Venus and Mars, but also exoplanets with comparable envelopes and satellites carrying dense atmospheres such as Titan or exospheres such as Ganymede. We welcome contributions dealing with processes affecting the atmospheres of these bodies, from the surface to the exosphere. We invite abstracts concerning observations, both from Earth or from space, modeling and theoretical studies, or laboratory work. Comparative planetology abstracts will be particularly appreciated.”

If you consider submitting an abstract in this session, you can use the following link
https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2020/abstractsubmission/36525

Hope to see you in Vienna!

Best regards,

The conveners
Arnaud Beth, Francisco González-Galindo, Arianna Piccialli


2) Appel à « Participating scientist » pour la mission Mars 2020 de la NASA

Un nouvel appel à « Participating scientist » pour la mission Mars 2020 de la NASA est sorti: https://astrobiology.nasa.gov/funding/mars-2020-participating-scientist-program/
Un lettre d'intention est due pour le 13 janvier, le dossier complet pour le 12 mars. Cet appel est particulièrement à l'intention des européens, aucun n'ayant été sélectionné lors du premier appel.

Transmis par Michel Viso


3) [Second announcement] JWST France Workshop: preparing for GO Cycle 1 call for proposals

The call for proposals for the GO Cycle 1 of the James Webb Space Telescope will be released on January 23rd 2020, with an expected deadline on May 1st 2020. To prepare the community for the proposal submission process, we are organizing a workshop on Feb 24-25 2020 to be held at the Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris:

https://jwstfrance.sciencesconf.org/

The program will include overview presentations of the JWST status and the scientific landscape that will be covered by JWST observations. Most of the time will be dedicated to hands-on sessions where participants will familiarize themselves with the proposal tools (ETC, APT) through a series of guided demonstrations and exercises. In the registration form, participants can select the observing modes they would like to see covered by the hands-on sessions.

The workshop will be limited to 50 participants. We strongly encourage participants to register as soon as possible on the workshop webpage. There is no registration fees. Limited financial support will be available for a few participants.


4) Atelier "Transport and Mixing of Tracers in Geophysics and Astrophysics" --- May 24-June 14 --- Aspen, Colorado


Dear colleague --

We just wanted to encourage you to apply for the Aspen Center for Physics workshop on "Transport and Mixing of Tracers in Geophysics and Astrophysics”, which will take place from May 24-June 14. Our goal is to bring together an interdisciplinary group of researchers in the earth and planetary sciences, astrophysics, as well as applied mathematicians and theoretical physicists, to advance the study of fluid transport, in an informal but intellectually intense environment.

A description of the Summer 2020 workshops, including this one, can be found here:

http://aspenphys.org/physicists/summer/program/index.html

and a link to the application form can be found here:

http://aspenphys.org/physicists/summer/program/index.html

The application deadline is January 31. We also encourage postdocs to apply (and we encourage faculty to encourage good postdocs to apply). We hope to see you in Aspen!

Best regards,

Ryan Abernathy
Paul Kushner
Albion Lawrence
Heloise Meheut

5) Cometary Science: from Rosetta to Comet Interceptor and beyond --- 23-27 November 2020 --- Nice, France.

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce the Conference "Cometary Science: from Rosetta to Comet Interceptor and beyond” to be held 23-27 November 2020 in Nice, France.

The conference will focus on the various scientific aspects of cometary science, including both the current state of knowledge and the prospects for future endeavours. Practical details will be provided on the conference website in February 2020, together with a call for contributions. Registration will open in March 2020.

Please, mark now your calendar for 23-27 November 2020 and forward this information to those who are interested in comet-related science.

Sincerely,
Pierre Henri, on behalf of the SOC


SOC:
Pierre Henri (Lagrange, OCA, UCA, CNRS, Nice, France & LPC2E, CNRS, Orléans, France),
Chrysa Avdellidou (Lagrange, OCA, UCA, CNRS, Nice, France),
Christelle Briois (LPC2E, Univ. Orléans, Orléans, France),
Guilbert-Lepoutre Aurélie (LGL-TPE, ENS Lyon, CNRS, Lyon, France)
Marco Delbo (Lagrange, OCA, UCA, CNRS, Nice, France),
Uwe Meierhenrich (ICN, UCA, Nice, France),
Patrick Michel (Lagrange, OCA, UCA, CNRS, Nice, France),
Alessandro Morbidelli (Lagrange, OCA, UCA, CNRS, Nice, France),
Colin Snodgrass (Royal Observatory, Edinburgh, United Kingdom).
Matt Taylor (ESTEC, ESA, The Netherlands),
Cecilia Tubiana (MPG, Göttingen, Germany),

 

 

 

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