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Using plasma for planetary atmosphere simulation

General information on the project "Studying planetary atmosphere with plasma"
Starting date at LPP: 2017
Person involved at LPP: Audrey Chatain, Olivier Guaitella
Main Collaborations:

The team of Pr. Nathalie Carrasco from LATMOS in Guyancourt (France)
Main Funding: Project RESPIRE from Chaire Energie Durable EDF - Ecole Polytechnique

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