Tag Archives: Dumont d’Urville

Final days at Dumont d’Urville

Didier Schmitt is a member of the space Task Force at the European External Action Service. He is a regular opinion writer in major newspapers and magazines and has published a book on foresight. He will be...

A day in Dumont d’Urville

Didier Schmitt is a member of the space Task Force at the European External Action Service. He is a regular opinion writer in major newspapers and magazines and has published a book on foresight. He will be contributing...

Adult adelie and two baby Emperors. Credits: ESA/IPEV/PNRA–D. Schmitt

Settling in at Dumont d’Urville

Didier Schmitt is a member of the space Task Force at the European External Action Service. He is a regular opinion writer in major newspapers and magazines and has published a book on foresight. He will be contributing...

Twin Otter refueling

Leaving Concordia

Didier Schmitt is a member of the space Task Force at the European External Action Service. He is a regular opinion writer in major newspapers and magazines and has published a book on foresight. He will be contributing...

Helicopter view. Credits: ESA/IPEV/PNRA–D. Schmitt

Flying over the ice

Didier Schmitt is a member of the space Task Force at the European External Action Service. He is a regular opinion writer in major newspapers and magazines and has published a book on foresight. He will be contributing...

A Planet that is furthest from and an ode to ...

ESA-sponsored medical doctor at Concordia, Adrianos Golemis, sent his blog entry written weeks before the start of his Concordia adventure: Time:  L-60 (September 2013) Morale: High It is September, the beginning of Autumn in the Northern Hemisphere, Spring in the South. I was starting to think more globally since I had decided that I would join the Concordia winterover expedition. Ten days of vacation with Judith in the Greek island of Santorini were really refreshing and helped shape my decision. In the summer sun, surrounded by nice people, fearfull thoughts are far away! After graduating from the International Space University in Strasbourg at the end of August, I had one week to...