Franck Marchis

April 16, 2009

Kepler first light – the birth of a new space telescope

Hello, Today NASA announced the successful first light of the Kepler Telescope. I did not describe yet this mission in my blog so that’s a very […]
April 15, 2009

Another Asian country with access to space?

Hello, On April 3rd I wrote a post describing  the  LPSC conference session about the Moon exploration which contains a large part of results from three […]
April 14, 2009

400 Years of the Telescope: The Film on PBS!

Hello, If you live in the US or can watch PBS from your country, you should know that a film by Interstellar Studios to commemorate 400 […]
April 13, 2009

Visit at AMNH (what is that?) :-)

Last week I mentioned that after attending the LPSC conference, I went to New York City to give a talk at the AMNH. The AMNH which […]
April 3, 2009

Back from LPSC (what is that?)

First of all sorry for the long absence, since I updated my SAFARI to the 4beta version, I lost capabilities to access and write this blog. […]
March 20, 2009

from AO to NGAO (part I)

Once again, it has been a long time I did not write anything on this Blog. I am about to fail on my decision to write […]
March 11, 2009

Students are back… Binary Asteroid projects

Dear readers, I realized that I did not post anything on my blog for a week. What was going on? Well I got caught in one […]
February 27, 2009

Videos of talks

A post about videos of talk today…  Last week, I mentioned that I gave a talk at SETI Institute, my host institution on my research about […]
February 21, 2009

The Phoenix mission on Mars

Hello, Yesterday at UC-Berkeley, I attended a talk given by Peter Smith, PI of the the Phoenix mission. Peter gave us an overview of the mission, […]