Archives du mois : janvier 2017


Our third guest : Pascal Régnier, Airbus engineer on Juice

We are happy to announce our third guest, Pascal Régnier! Pascal Régnier is an engineer at our sponsor Airbus, and is currently working on the ESA Juice mission (Jupiter ICy moons Explorer). This mission (launch scheduled in 2022) will explore Jupiter satellites, which are of a great interest for scientists to […]


“Space astrophysics : a window on the origins of our Universe” with Martin Giard

Martin Giard is a senior researcher at IRAP (Research Institute for Astrophysics and Planetology) – Paul Sabatier University (Toulouse), and was IRAP director for 4 years between 2011 and 2015. His work is focused on space observation in the infra-red domain, and he is particularly interested in the observation of the […]


Exclusive SpaceUp Toulouse opportunity: a cleanroom visit at Airbus

Thanks to our sponsor Airbus, we’re delighted to announce that fifteen SpaceUp attendees will be given the opportunity to visit a cleanroom at Airbus Defence and Space on friday, february 3rd at 5:00 PM CEST.   Those cleanrooms are where Eurostar 3000 telecommunications satellites, as well as some Earth observation satellites, are assembled, […]