The European Space Agency (ESA) is dedicated to the peaceful exploration and use of space for the benefit of everyone. Established in 1975, it now has 22 Member States and for more than 45 years has promoted European scientific and industrial interests in space. ESA maintains a world-leading Science Programme with missions in heliophysics, planetary science, astrophysics, and fundamental physics.
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#13 European Astrobiology Network Association (EANA) | http://www.eana-net.eu/
The European Astrobiology Network Association (EANA) aims to develop and promote astrobiology in Europe and beyond, to connect European astrobiologists, and foster their cooperation. Organized every year, the EANA meeting is the opportunity to bring together the members of the association, to present and exchange about the last discoveries in the domain and to introduce new PhD students and young researchers to the community. This year, EPSC is jointly organized with the annual EANA Conference 2022, and will therefore include a large number of sessions with an Astrobiology focus.
#14/16 Wiki Edit-a-thon
Planetary Science Wiki edit-a-thon: The Diversity Committee of the Europlanet Society, in collaboration with WikiMujeres, Women in Red, WikiDonne, Wikimedia Belgium, and 500 Women Scientists organizes during EPSC2022 one week Wiki edit-a-thon. The main objective is to highlight diversity within the planetary science community, to engage new editors on editing Wikipedia and to create awareness on various gaps related to this topic.
#15 Laboratory of Planetology and Geosciences - CNRS/Nantes University | https://lpg-umr6112.fr/ | @LPG_Lab
Located in France, the Laboratory of Planetology and Geosciences (LPG) is a research structure that depends on CNRS, Nantes University, Le Mans University and University of Angers. Its activities are divided into three research themes: "Coastal and Marine Systems", "Earth", and "Planets and Moons". The objects of study of the LPG extend from the Earth to the solid bodies of the solar system and the exoplanets.