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ESA selects instruments to be flown on its icy moons mission

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JUICE (Image credit: ESA)

The JUpiter ICy moons Explorer mission (JUICE) will study Jupiter and its large, ice/ocean-bearing moons. JUICE is planned to launch in 2022 and arrive in 2030. Dr Nick Achilleos (CPS / UCL Astrophysics) is part of the J-MAG Consortium, an international team of investigators who have successfully proposed one of the 11 scientific experiments to be flown on board this mission.

Planet Earth Online features CPS astrobiology work in Iceland, led by Dr Claire Cousins         

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Glacio-volcano (Credit: Dr Claire Cousins)

The Natural Environment Research Council have featured a news article on astrobiology work in Iceland carried out by CPS members on their 'Planet Earth Online' website. The article is based on a paper in press with the Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, led by Dr Claire Cousins, entitled "Glaciovolcanic hydrothermal environments in Iceland and implications for their detection on Mars".

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