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A publication in Geophysical Research Letters

Juno explores the link between Ganymede and Jupiter's polar aurora

Observations that confirm a theory put forward by researchers from the University of Liege to explain these auroras.

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Two publications in the Journal of Geophysical Research

The Aurora of Mars reveals its secrets

Two new studies conducted by ULiège researchers in partnership with the University of Colorado  Boulder reveal the secrets of the auroras that occur on the Red Planet.

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A publication in Nature Astronomy

Hubble Space Telescope observations show traces of water in Ganymede's atmosphere

This long-awaited result is the outcome of a collaboration between ESA and NASA observers and modellers, including researchers from the ULiège Laboratory for Planetary and Atmospheric Physics.

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A publication in Science Advances

XMM and Juno join forces to reveal the origin of Jupiter's auroral X-ray flares

A mystery solved thanks to the joint efforts of ESA and NASA teams, including researchers from the Laboratory of Atmospheric and Planetary Physics at ULiège.

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A publication in AGU Advances

Dawn storms, Jupiter's auroral substorms?

A research conducted by scientists from the Laboratory for Planetary and Atmospheric Physics (STAR Institute) at ULiège made it possible to capture, for the first time, this spectacular event from start to finish.

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Scientific prize

Four ULiège researchers laureates of the Royal Academy of Belgium prizes

Shohei Aoki, Emmanuel Jehin, Nicolas Magain and Andy Chevigné, researchers in the ULiège Faculties of Science and are among the fifteen laureates of this year's nominations.

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A publication in the Journal of Geophysical Research

Elves and sprites on Jupiter?

New data collected by the Juno probe suggest that "sprites" or "elves" frolic in the upper atmosphere of the largest planet in the solar system.

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Mars' atmosphere pulses in ultraviolet light three times a night

This is revealed by the data recorded by the MAVEN probe and analysed by researchers from ULiège and the University of Colorado.

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A publication in Nature Astronomy

NOMAD detects green glow on the red planet

The instrument designed at the Belgian Royal Institute for Space Aeronomy and tested at the CSL has made it possible to detect this phenomenon never before observed on planets other than Earth.

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First light for ICON

The mission, which involves researchers and engineers from ULiège, has just received the first images of the Earth's ionosphere.

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A publication in Nature Astronomy

When the solar wind warms Jupiter's atmosphere

An observation campaign involving LPAP researchers shows that the polar aurorae are warming Jupiter's deep atmosphere.

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