EUROPLANET. European Planetology Network. A network of the EU in support to the strengthening of planetary sciences in Europe M. Blanc, M. Dougherty, J.-P. Lebreton, E. Flamini,
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European Planetology Network
A network of the EU in support to the strengthening of planetary sciences in Europe
M. Blanc, M. Dougherty, J.-P. Lebreton, E. Flamini,
C. Guidice, I. Muller-Wodarg, O. Witasse, G. Chanteur, O. Dutuit, F. Ferri, B. Kazeminejad, N. Krupp, H. Matti, S. Miller, H. Rucker, R. Srama, K. Szego, J. Zarnecki.
Integrated Distributed Information Service
FP7 Extension ?
+ NASA-led missions with some European participation (MSL, Dawn, …)
Technische Univ. München
Institüt für WeltraumforschungAustrian Academy of Sciences
International Research School of Planetary Sciences
Royal Observatory Blegium
AstronomicalInstitute of the Romanian Academy
Vienna, Austrian Academy of Sciences, 24 April 2005
ASI / CNRS
Budget by Activity
Funds received as a function of the participation to the different activities
ionospheres and exospheres
planetary and solar system formation
evolution and variability
planetary interior and composition
small bodies and dust
N2: Discipline Working Groups
Step 1 : DWGs linked to the Cassini/Huygens mission.
Six building bricks
1 -Earth-based observations, including both ground and space telescopes
in all spectral domains
2 -Space missions (remote or in situobservations)
3 -Planetary simulators: physical concepts and numerical simulations
4 -Laboratory experiments(fundamental processes of interest, inclusively)
5 -Databases and information systemsdedicated to given sub-fields
6 -Public outreach effort and education products