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Talk title: "Structure and evolution of Tritons atmosphere using stellar occultations"
Short abstract of the conference: Triton is the largest of Neptune’s satellites with a radius of 1353 km. It possesses a significant atmosphere, mainly composed of molecular nitrogen N2, that is in vapour pressure equilibrium with the...
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Talk title: The Pluto System story told by resonances
Short abstract of the conference: The Pluto-Charon system is very interesting due to its complex dynamics. Its four small satellites Styx, Nix, Kerberos and Hydra were discovered close to, but not in, the 1:3, 1:4, 1:5, and 1:6 mean-m...
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Talk title: Déterminer la nature et les mécanismes de forçage de loscillation équatoriale de Saturne à laide dun Modèle de Climat Global (GCM)
Short abstract of the conference: L'une des découvertes fondamentales pendant la mission Cassini-Huygens est l'oscillation équatoriale de température dans la stratosphère de Saturne (Orton et al. 2008, Fouchet et al. 2008).
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Talk title: Manufacture of odd-shaped small bodies in space with application to Oumuamua
Short abstract of the conference: Most small bodies with sizes larger than tens of meters are made of numerous pieces of rocks and sometimes ices that have coalesced under the influence of gravity (so-called “rubble piles”). As their...
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Talk title: The Mars 2020 and ExoMars landing sites from an orbital perspective by Lucia Mandon
Short abstract of the conference: In this week's LESIA (exo)planet seminar Lucia Mandon will tell us about "The Mars 2020 and ExoMars landing sites from an orbital perspective"
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Talk title: Tara Oceans: Eco-Systems Biology at Planetary Scale by Chris Bowler
Short abstract of the conference: The ocean is the largest ecosystem on Earth and yet we know very little about it. This is particularly true for the plankton that drift within, even though they form the base of marine food webs and a...
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Talk title: Philae lands in skull-top crevice: An engineering & scientific detective story
Short abstract of the conference: This talk will present the results of a Nature paper published on 28th October which covers the discovery that 4.5 billion-year-old ice in cometary boulders (and in the comet itself) is super soft; so...
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