Towards real comparative planetology

Synergies between Solar System science and the DARWIN mission

H. Lammer, E. Chasseflère, Yu N. Kulikov, F. Leblanc, H. I M Lichtenegger, J. M. Grießmeier, M. Khodachenko, D. Stam, C. Sotin, I. Ribas, F. Selsis, F. Allard, I. Mingalev, O. Mingalev, H. Rauer, J. L. Grenfell, D. Langmayr, G. Jaritz, S. Endler, G. Wuchterl & 41 others S. Barabash, H. Gunell, R. Lundin, H. K. Biernat, H. O. Rucker, F. Westall, A. Brack, S. J. Bauer, A. Hanslmeier, P. Odert, M. Leitzinger, P. Wurz, E. Pilat-Lohinger, R. Dvorak, W. W. Weiss, W. Von Bloh, S. Franck, T. Penz, A. Stadelmann, U. Motschann, N. K. Belisheva, A. Bérces, A. Léger, C. S. Cockell, J. Parnell, I. L. Arshukova, N. V. Erkaev, A. A. Konovalenko, E. Kallio, G. Horneck, T. Guillot, A. Morbidelli, E. Bois, P. Barge, M. Deleuil, C. Moutou, F. Forget, B. Érdi, A. Hatzes, E. Szuszkiewicz, M. Fridlund

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Abstract

Understanding the principles that generates Earth's long-time habitable environment compared with other Solar System bodies like Mercury, Venus, Mars, Titan, requires a space mission like DARWIN which is designed for the spectroscopic characterization of atmospheres and the search for biomarkers in terrestrial exoplanets. In this work, we point out that precursor studies to examine terrestrial exoplanets in terms of their origin, physical characteristics and the evolution of their atmospheres, opens a great opportunity for generations of experienced theoreticians and young scientists in the fields of astrophysics, planetology, atmospheric physics, space plasma physics, magnetospheric physics, solar physics, climate physics, chemistry, biophysics, and biology. We suppose that the synergy of these studies and future discoveries by DARWIN will enhance our knowledge how the Solar System and the biosphere on Earth evolved.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEuropean Space Agency, (Special Publication) ESA SP
Pages233-240
Number of pages8
Edition588
Publication statusPublished - 2005
Event39th ESLAB Symposium: Trends in Space Science and Cosmic Vision 2020 - Noordwijk, Netherlands
Duration: Apr 19 2005Apr 21 2005

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Other39th ESLAB Symposium: Trends in Space Science and Cosmic Vision 2020
CountryNetherlands
CityNoordwijk
Period4/19/054/21/05

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Systems science
Solar system
Physics
Earth (planet)
Biophysics
Astrophysics
Biomarkers
Plasmas

Keywords

  • Atmospheric physics
  • Comparative planetology
  • DARWIN
  • Habitability
  • Terrestrial exoplanets

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Aerospace Engineering

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Lammer, H., Chasseflère, E., Kulikov, Y. N., Leblanc, F., Lichtenegger, H. I. M., Grießmeier, J. M., ... Fridlund, M. (2005). Towards real comparative planetology: Synergies between Solar System science and the DARWIN mission. In European Space Agency, (Special Publication) ESA SP (588 ed., pp. 233-240)

Towards real comparative planetology : Synergies between Solar System science and the DARWIN mission. / Lammer, H.; Chasseflère, E.; Kulikov, Yu N.; Leblanc, F.; Lichtenegger, H. I M; Grießmeier, J. M.; Khodachenko, M.; Stam, D.; Sotin, C.; Ribas, I.; Selsis, F.; Allard, F.; Mingalev, I.; Mingalev, O.; Rauer, H.; Grenfell, J. L.; Langmayr, D.; Jaritz, G.; Endler, S.; Wuchterl, G.; Barabash, S.; Gunell, H.; Lundin, R.; Biernat, H. K.; Rucker, H. O.; Westall, F.; Brack, A.; Bauer, S. J.; Hanslmeier, A.; Odert, P.; Leitzinger, M.; Wurz, P.; Pilat-Lohinger, E.; Dvorak, R.; Weiss, W. W.; Von Bloh, W.; Franck, S.; Penz, T.; Stadelmann, A.; Motschann, U.; Belisheva, N. K.; Bérces, A.; Léger, A.; Cockell, C. S.; Parnell, J.; Arshukova, I. L.; Erkaev, N. V.; Konovalenko, A. A.; Kallio, E.; Horneck, G.; Guillot, T.; Morbidelli, A.; Bois, E.; Barge, P.; Deleuil, M.; Moutou, C.; Forget, F.; Érdi, B.; Hatzes, A.; Szuszkiewicz, E.; Fridlund, M.

European Space Agency, (Special Publication) ESA SP. 588. ed. 2005. p. 233-240.

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Lammer, H, Chasseflère, E, Kulikov, YN, Leblanc, F, Lichtenegger, HIM, Grießmeier, JM, Khodachenko, M, Stam, D, Sotin, C, Ribas, I, Selsis, F, Allard, F, Mingalev, I, Mingalev, O, Rauer, H, Grenfell, JL, Langmayr, D, Jaritz, G, Endler, S, Wuchterl, G, Barabash, S, Gunell, H, Lundin, R, Biernat, HK, Rucker, HO, Westall, F, Brack, A, Bauer, SJ, Hanslmeier, A, Odert, P, Leitzinger, M, Wurz, P, Pilat-Lohinger, E, Dvorak, R, Weiss, WW, Von Bloh, W, Franck, S, Penz, T, Stadelmann, A, Motschann, U, Belisheva, NK, Bérces, A, Léger, A, Cockell, CS, Parnell, J, Arshukova, IL, Erkaev, NV, Konovalenko, AA, Kallio, E, Horneck, G, Guillot, T, Morbidelli, A, Bois, E, Barge, P, Deleuil, M, Moutou, C, Forget, F, Érdi, B, Hatzes, A, Szuszkiewicz, E & Fridlund, M 2005, Towards real comparative planetology: Synergies between Solar System science and the DARWIN mission. in European Space Agency, (Special Publication) ESA SP. 588 edn, pp. 233-240, 39th ESLAB Symposium: Trends in Space Science and Cosmic Vision 2020, Noordwijk, Netherlands, 4/19/05.
Lammer H, Chasseflère E, Kulikov YN, Leblanc F, Lichtenegger HIM, Grießmeier JM et al. Towards real comparative planetology: Synergies between Solar System science and the DARWIN mission. In European Space Agency, (Special Publication) ESA SP. 588 ed. 2005. p. 233-240
Lammer, H. ; Chasseflère, E. ; Kulikov, Yu N. ; Leblanc, F. ; Lichtenegger, H. I M ; Grießmeier, J. M. ; Khodachenko, M. ; Stam, D. ; Sotin, C. ; Ribas, I. ; Selsis, F. ; Allard, F. ; Mingalev, I. ; Mingalev, O. ; Rauer, H. ; Grenfell, J. L. ; Langmayr, D. ; Jaritz, G. ; Endler, S. ; Wuchterl, G. ; Barabash, S. ; Gunell, H. ; Lundin, R. ; Biernat, H. K. ; Rucker, H. O. ; Westall, F. ; Brack, A. ; Bauer, S. J. ; Hanslmeier, A. ; Odert, P. ; Leitzinger, M. ; Wurz, P. ; Pilat-Lohinger, E. ; Dvorak, R. ; Weiss, W. W. ; Von Bloh, W. ; Franck, S. ; Penz, T. ; Stadelmann, A. ; Motschann, U. ; Belisheva, N. K. ; Bérces, A. ; Léger, A. ; Cockell, C. S. ; Parnell, J. ; Arshukova, I. L. ; Erkaev, N. V. ; Konovalenko, A. A. ; Kallio, E. ; Horneck, G. ; Guillot, T. ; Morbidelli, A. ; Bois, E. ; Barge, P. ; Deleuil, M. ; Moutou, C. ; Forget, F. ; Érdi, B. ; Hatzes, A. ; Szuszkiewicz, E. ; Fridlund, M. / Towards real comparative planetology : Synergies between Solar System science and the DARWIN mission. European Space Agency, (Special Publication) ESA SP. 588. ed. 2005. pp. 233-240
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