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Planetology day

April 17th, 2014 | Posted by admin in All news | IAPS | Meetings - (Comments Off)
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A Roma, nella sede ASI di Tor Vergata, il 3-4  Giugno  2014 si svolgerà un workshop dal titoloScenario e Prospettive delle Scienze Planetarie in Italiarivolto a fare il punto sullo stato delle ricerche e dei programmi di Sistema Solare, e sulle relative prospettive di medio e lungo termine. Sono invitati a partecipare i colleghi planetologi e delle comunità affini, registrandosi qui.

 

New position at IAPS

April 14th, 2014 | Posted by admin in All news | bandi | IAPS - (Comments Off)

New position at IAPS for ”Spectral Analysis of planetary surface data and laboratiry analogues” (Bando 2014-08-AR).  Deadline for participation is 19/05/2014 at 12:00.
To know more visit the page Work with Us

Zel’dovich Medal at IAPS

April 7th, 2014 | Posted by admin in All news - (Comments Off)

2014 Zel’dovich Medal for Planetology (COSPAR Scientific Commission B) has been assigned to Diego Turrini, a young scientist working at IAPS INAF for the excellence of his results.
Congratulation to Diego from everyone. 

Rosetta wakes up

March 29th, 2014 | Posted by admin in All news | IAPS - (Comments Off)
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Rosetta‘s commissioning has started and the scientific instruments onboard the orbiter and the lander are waking up one by one, sending to Earth their “first-light”. Among them, two IAPS instruments: GIADA (commissioning 28th of March) and VIRTIS (commissioning previewed for the 7th of april). 
To know more, read on Media INAF the articles (in italian) about:
27/03/2014: si svegliano GIADA e OSIRIS
28/03/2014: il risveglio del lander PHILAE
08/04/2014: il risveglio di VIRTIS  

Mission AGILE extended for one year

March 26th, 2014 | Posted by admin in All news | IAPS - (Comments Off)
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ASI extends for 12 months the scientific activities of AGILE. The satellite, after its seventh year of activity, risked to be cancelled for lack of funding although it is still collecting scientific data.
For more info (in italian) read this article on Media INAF
For more info on the mission read this page