EPSC 2015 – Small Bodies

EPSC 2015 – Small Bodies

Probably the most exciting aspect of EPSC 2015 for me was the coming of age of geological science for the two new kids on the block, the comet 67P and the dwarf planet Ceres. Data interpretations were necessarily pretty tentative…

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EPSC 2015 – Mars

I’m fresh back from the European Planetary Science Congress in Nantes, France, which was a really excellent event this year. Not only did we hear a whole slew of new research findings, but, because it was run alongside an interactive…

Mercury: 2 things that don’t make sense

Such silence, I know! I’ve been rather busy writing this little thing called a thesis – but here’s a 3 minute summary of what I’ve discovered about the planet Mercury. A great feat of simplification, but I hope it will…