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ESAHangout: Where will Philae land? - Streamed live on Sep 2, 2014

ESA hangout about the possible landing sites on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko for Rosetta’s lander Philae.


ESA Summer School 2014

The ESA Summer School 2014 Group


Learning data assimilation


My poster on Global Heat Fluxes in the 21st Century


Enjoying an evening in Frascati

Colosseum, Rome

View from the Vatican, Rome

European Space Agency Summer School

4th-14th August 2014  

Frascati, Rome, Italy

Last week I returned home from the European Space Agency Summer School, 2 weeks of learning about all things remote sensing, from data acquisition to analysis, ESA toolboxes and data assimilation (and the not-so-scary world of 4D-Var). 345 more words

Venus Express: Taking on the Second Planet from the Sun!

It’s Space Sunday once again, and today we’re returning to another mission headed by the ESA (European Space Agency). One thing that is great about this is that it’s been looking and studying Venus for far longer than any other craft. 465 more words


European Space Agency's Integral gamma-ray observatory discovers dead stars can re-ignite and explode

(This composite Hubble image shows the SN2014J Type la supernova in visible light superimposed on a mosaic of the entire galaxy – Photo Credit: NASA/ESA/A. Goobar/Hubble Heritage Team/AURA) 392 more words


beyond the alien gifts

I have a deadline and a sharp discipline for a tight schedule from now on. My next encounting will be in 2018. 09.  I need to restore my documents and start a new research to form an archive precise that will contain flawless data. 608 more words


Blazing Comets

There’s an awesome graphic making the Internet rounds right now – the city of Los Angeles and Comet Churyumov–Gerasimenko (67P), to scale.

That comet isn’t going to hit LA. 2,075 more words

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