• M. BLANC
Part of the ASTROPHYSICS AND SPACE SCIENCE LIBRARY book series (ASSL, volume 343)


Funded by the European Commission under the FP6, Euro-PlaNet’s goal is munity for maximizing the science produced by the international planetary missions with European involvement. Formed by an initial consortium composed of about sixty laboratories throughout 17 different European member and candidate countries, EuroPlaNet started in January 2005 for a period of four years. The main objective of EuroPlaNet is to achieve a long-term integration of Planetary Sciences in Europe through the networking of the European research groups involved in this field. EuroPlaNet will develop and coordinate synergies between space observations, Earth-based observations, laboratory research, numerical simulations and databases development through six networking activities. EuroPlaNet will also develop, through specific outreach activities, including a multi-lingual approach, science communication on planetary observation and exploration programmes for the benefit of European citizens, especially children and young people.


Space Observation Planetary Science Methane Cycle Planetary Mission International Space Science Institute 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. BLANC
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  1. 1.Centre d’Étude Spatiale des Rayonnements UMR 5187 CNRS/UPS 9 avenue du Colonel Roche Boîte PostaleToulouseFrance

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