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Published on May 15, 2012
The Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy is a federal scientific research institute created in 1964. Its activities are related to the study of atmospheres in a general way. This implies instrument conception as analysis of scientific data recorded by those instruments.
One of the teams, composed of researchers and engineers, is interested in planetary atmospheres, like those of Mars and Venus (in fact all atmospheres except that of the Earth). The team is responsible for the SOIR instrument on-board Venus express.