The links below provide ease of access to relevant resources. This includes published material concerning EnVision as well as more in-depth informative documents.

We also maintain a page with additional outreach and EnVision news.

Mission proposal documents

Conferences and workshops – 2019

EGU General Assembly 2019 – Vienna, Austria 7-12 April 2019 : Open Session on Moon, Mars, Mercury, Venus as terrestrial planets

S-SAIL – Solar System Atmospheres’ Investigation and exopLanets – Lisbon, Portugal 27-28 June, 2019

International Venus Conference 2019 – The 74th Fujihara Seminar : Akatsuki Novel Development of Venus Science – May 31 – June 3, 2019 – Niseko, Hokkaido, Japan

EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2019 – Geneva, Switzerland 15–20 September 2019 : Session TP9 on Venus Science and Exploration : This session welcomes presentations on all aspect of the Venus system including interior, surface, atmosphere and ionosphere. We welcome presentations based on past or current observations, theory and modelling, as well as presentations related to future instruments and missions including the ESA-NASA proposed EnVision Venus orbiter and NASA Discovery Venus missions.

Job opportunities

A PhD project is proposed in Paris by Jacques Laskar and EnVision Team member Nicolas Rambaux on modelling the rotation of Venus analogs, momentum exchanges between atmosphere and the solid body, in the context of the EnVision mission proposal – Application deadline : April 26, 2019 

Selected publications

Basilevsky A. and Head J. W., Geologic units on Venus : evidence for their global correlation,Planetary and Space Science 48, 75-111, 2000.

Dumoulin C.,Tobie G.,Verhoeven O., Rosenblatt P. and Rambaux N. Tidal constraints on the interior of Venus, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, pp. n/a-n/a. 2017

Dumoulin C., Cadek O. and Choblet G. Predicting surface dynamic topographies of stagnant lid planetary bodies, Geophysical Journal International, Vol. 195, pp. 1494-1508, 2013.

Konopliv A. S., Banerdt W. B. and Sjogren W. L. Venus Gravity : 180th Degree and Order Model, Icarus 139, 3 -18, 1999.

Marcq, E., Bertaux, J.-L., Montmessin, F. and Belyaev, D. Variations of sulphur dioxide at the cloud top of Venus’s dynamic atmosphere. Nature Geoscience, doi:10.1038/ngeo1650, 2013.

Smrekar, S. E., Stofan E. R., Mueller N., Treiman A., Elkins-Tanton L., Helbert J., Piccioni G. and Drossart P. Recent Hotspot Volcanism on Venus from VIRTIS Emissivity Data. Science 328, 605-608, 2010.