The space missions

 

The following table and chart represent the space missions involving teams from Campus. These can occur at several levels: in terms of instrument development, national coordination or data analysis.

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Mission

Role

Team involved

Multi-training research areas

HERSCHEL
2009 (launched)

Co-PI

Co-I

AIM/LESIA

Galaxies / stars formation
Atmospheric composition

PLANCK
2009 (launched)

A

APC/LPMA

Cosmology and Mathematics

 

GOCE
2009 (launched)

A

IPGP/LAREG

Gravity Earth / Moon

Small bodies / Comets / Asteroids

 

ROSETTA
2013 (launched)

Co-PI, Co-I, A

LESIA/IPGP

 

JWST
2013

Co-PI

AIM/LESIA

Planets and exoplanest Formation

 

SIMBOL-X
aborted

PI

APC/AIM/LESIA

Cosmology and high energy

 

SELENE-2
2014

Co-PI

IPGP/APC

Internal structure of the Moon
Very high energy Particles Detection on the Moon

 

TGO "EXOMARS"
2016

Rover "EXOMARS"
2016

 

Co-I

 

LESIA

 

LESIA

 

Couple atmosphere/tectonic

Exobiology

 

 Surface Mineralogy

Exobiology

 

LISA PATHFINDER
2010

LISA
2018

A

APC

Boundary Physics-Geophysics

PLEIADES
2010

A

CMLA/PRODIG/IPGP

Numerical modeling and image processing urban and HR    

 

 

GALILEO
PLEIADE
VENUS
2010

A

IPGP/CMLA/LESIA

Remote sensing of tsunamis

Remote sensing of volcanos

 

PI : Principal Investigator
Co-I : Co-Investigator
A : Analyse des données

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Missions to come...

 

Launched missions

 

Solar system
 
Sun and earth/sun interaction : STEREO, SOHO, CLUSTER, WIND, ULYSSE
 
Planets : MARS EXPRESS, VENUS EXPRESS, ROSETTA, CASSINI
 

Universe
 
XMM, INTEGRAL, COROT, GLAST-FERMI, PLANCK, HERSCHEL
 

Earth observation
 
GRACE, CHAMP, ALOS, ENVISAT, GPS/DORIS, SPOT, METEOSAT, GOCE 

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