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Publication of the book “Les mondes de Saturne” (Saturn’s worlds)

"Les mondes de Saturne", written by Sébastien Charnoz, Sandrine Vinatier, Sandrine Guerlet and Alice Le Gall, has just been published by Belin.

Publication of the book “Les mondes de Saturne” (Saturn’s worlds)

Publication date: 26/10/2022

General public, Press, Research

Related themes : Origins

Livre "Les mondes de Saturne"

Sébastien Charnoz is an astrophysicist at the IPGP, a professor at the Université Paris Cité and a specialist in the formation of satellites, planets and rings.

In this book, he and his co-authors finally reveal the secrets of the giant planet. These passionate scientists explore Saturn’s complex system, its rings, of course, but also its many moons. They go back over the formation of the sixth planet in our solar system, the composition of its famous rings and what lies beneath the mists of Titan, the most impressive of its satellites.

A new and extraordinary journey, based on the latest discoveries, which takes the reader more than a billion kilometres from Earth…

More information on the publisher’s website.

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