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The BepiColombo mission is scheduled for launch in late 2018 for an arrival at Mercury in 2026. This ambitious mission will study all aspects of the closest planet to the sun, from interior to surface to magnetosphere.

 

Contacts : Yves Langevin, François Poulet, Mathieu Vincendon

Project Status :
Awaiting launch

http://smsc.cnes.fr/COROT/

 

COROT (COnvection and ROtation stellar and planetary TRansits) is a mission mainly led by CNES aiming at seismic observations of stars and the search for exoplanets. It was launched at the end of 2006 from Baikonur on a low polar Earth orbit for an initial duration of 3 years. It has finally been operated until the end of 2013 and scientific exploitation continues.

Project Status :
Data under analysis

                                                   Contact : John Carter

 

 

Project Status :
Data under analysis

En plus des développements instrumentaux et de l'analyse des données de différentes missions, nous cherchons à valoriser les données issues de nos analyses. C'est dans ce cadre qu'un service d'observation a été mis en place de manière pouvoir archiver et fusionner différentes types de données concernant la surface de Mars. Nous vous invitons à parcourir les fonctionnalités et les données mises à disposition sur le site:

http://psup.ias.u-psud.fr

Ce service est reconnu en tant que SO5 par l'INSU.

Plus d'info.

 

Contact : François Poulet

 

Project Status :
On-going

PTAL est un projet H2020 (durée: 5 ans, 2016-2020) consistant à préparer l'analyse des futures missions in situ qui disposeront d'isntruments de spectromètrie proche-infrarouge, Raman, diffraction X et LIBS. Cela consiste à observer plusieurs échantillons analogues des surface planétaires avec des instruments spatiaux ou de laboratoire afin de faire une base de données spectrales (délivrable). Ces travaux se font en collaboration avec l'université d'Oslo et l'université de Valladolid.

 

Contact : François Poulet

 

Project Status :
On-going
SDO

http://aia.lmsal.com/

Data access: http://medoc-sdo.ias.u-psud.fr/

SDO: The Solar Dynamics Observatory is the first mission to be launched for NASA's Living With a Star (LWS) Program, a program designed to understand the causes of solar variability and its impacts on Earth. SDO is designed to help us in understanding the Sun's influence on Earth and near-earth space by studying the solar atmosphere on small scales of space and time and in many wavelengths simultaneously.

 

Project Status :
In progress

SICAL (Simulateur d'Irradiation de Carbones Amorphes en Laboratoire)

 

Project Status :
In progress

The Sun and its corona as seen by HECOR and HEIT: preliminary results.

Launched on September 14, 2009 from White Sands Missile Range (New Mexico), the Herschel sounding rocket was carrying two experiments with strong IAS participation: HECOR and HEIT.

Project Status :
In progress

Solar Orbiter is a mission for the study of the Sun and its heiosphere. It was selected as the M1 mission of the ESA Cosmic Vision program. Launch is expected in 2018.

 

Solar Orbiter will be the first satellite for the exploration of inner parts of our solar system, allowing a continuous observation (in co-rotation) of active regions of the Sun and providing close-in observations of the polar regions of our star.

Project Status :
In progress

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