IGA – Extraterrestrial Geothermal Workshop, Bonn/ Germany – 5 April 2019
A new Face of Geothermal Energy - Investigation of Extraterrestrial Geothermal Potentials in the Solar System - an exciting short course organised by the International Geothermal Association (IGA) in Bonn/ Germany - 5 April 2019.
The International Geothermal Association (IGA) will hold an exciting “Extraterrestrial Geothermal Energy Short Course” – A new Face of Geothermal Energy – Investigation of Extraterrestrial Geothermal Potentials in the Solar System
This short course will focus on:
- A general overview of all NASA’s space exploration missions, in specific the ones related to Mars and the icy moons, Europa and Enceladus – Mr. Sepehr Sangin, IGEA’s Head of international Affairs, expert of geothermal energy and citizen scientist of space sciences
- The measurement of Martian geothermal gradient and planetary heat flow based on the measurements of HP³ instrument installed on Mars lander InSight – Prof. Dr. Tilman Spohn, Ex-director of DLR’s planetary research institute and principle investigator of InSight’s HP³ measurement tool
- Investigation of the hydrothermal activities in Saturn’s icy moon, Enceladus, and possibilities of extraterrestrial life existence duetoit; based on the findings of “Cassini” Space craft – Prof. Dr. Frank Postberg, Head of planetary science and remote sensing department in FU Berlin.
Registration is now open: https://iga.wildapricot.org/event-3257332