Franck Marchis

January 20, 2009

Now we have a plan… and hope

Today The 44th president of the USA took his oath and gave his inaugural speech at Washington DC. I arrived in the US when G.W. Bush […]
January 19, 2009

About the Future and Current Exploration of SSSBs

I do realize that I was about to fail already on my new year resolution which was to write 2 posts at least per week on […]
January 12, 2009

at NASA Small Bodies Analysis group meeting

Good morning,  It is 5am PDT but, 8am here at the University of Maryland where I just arrived after a long flight across the US from […]
January 8, 2009

Post-observing report of the VLT Paranal and Pictures

  Hello, This morning when I woke up I had a post-observing report from Herve Bouy, the observer for our run (see my previous post), summarizing […]
January 8, 2009

One night of observations at Paranal, Chile

Hello readers, Today I am going to describe using an example how astronomers work and collaborate. I am part of an observing project aimed at calibrating […]
January 6, 2009

First day of 2009 in my office at UC-Berkeley

Today is Monday January 5 ** 2009 **. My first official day of the year in my office at UC-Berkeley. It is 8am o’clock, I am already […]
January 3, 2009

Cryovolcanism on Titan? – Un volcanism cryogenic sur Titan?

I attended the AGU Fall conference in San Francisco 2 weeks ago. I must admit that it is a delight to be able to attend such […]
January 1, 2009

Hello! Bonjour! Happy New Year! Bonne Annee!

Hello, This is my first post of my first blog ever! I always wanted to maintain a blog to report and discuss the latest development in […]