European Planetary Science Congress 2017 at Riga (Latvia)
Lipidic biosignatures in diagenetically stabilized ironstones terraces of Rio Tinto, an acidic environment with analogies to Mars
Conference on Cloud Processes, Circulation and Climate Sensitivity at Trieste (Italy)
Ballon-Borne in situ measurements of high latitude cirrus clouds, V. Wolf et al.
SRS Meeting 2016 at Umeå (Sweden)
FSP-HABIT and SALACIA: Characterizing Martian salts prior to the ExoMars 2018 mission, J. Güttler, et al.
Potential of Remote Sensing in the FarInfrared Region, M. Milz, et al.
Wind Retrieval Measurements for the Mars Surface Exploration, A. Soria-Salinas, et al.
European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2016 at Vienna (Austria)
Ice fog and light snow measurements using a high resolution camera system, T. Kuhn et al.
North Pole Seminars presentations
Charles Cockell - Life at extremes and the search for life beyond Earth
Roger Yelle - The Mars Upper Atmosphere from MAVEN
Delgado-Bonal, A., Zorzano, M.-P., Martín-Torres, F.J., Martian Top of the Atmosphere 10–420 nm spectral irradiance database and forecast for solar cycle 24, Solar Energy, Vol 134, pp. 228–235, 2016. doi:10.1016/j.solener.2016.05.004
REMS Data & REMS Data Simplified File Download
On the Media
Professor Javier Martín-Torres is interviewed in the Metro newspaper wheter or not it is possible for humans to live on Mars.
Professor Javier Martín-Torres and Professor Maria-Paz Zorzano cited on the site space.com.
HABIT on newsy.com. Matt Damon, Rejoice! Water-Extracting Device Headed To Mars In 2018
The magazine Forskning & framsteg interviewing Professor Javier Martín Torres on Schiaparelli, HABIT and ExoMars 2020
Professor Javier Martín-Torres interviewed by TT on the Schiaparelli-lander, that finally reached Mars.
The news that three members of the researchgroup in Atmospheric Science are traveling to India to test a prototype of HABIT, the instrument that will be a part of the scientific payload on board the ExoMars in 2020, has attracted media attention.
More on HABIT, the first Swedish instrument to be placed on the surface of Mars, and Javier Martín-Torres. This time in Rymdkanalen, The Swedish National Space Board's web site on space activities.
New Scientist reports on Javier Martín-Torres' moisture farm, the instrument HABIT, on the Mars mission blasting off in 2018.
Populär Astronomi writes about the instrument HABIT, that will be sent to Mars, and interviews Professor Javier Martín-Torres.
Professor Javier Martín-Torres is interviewed on the web site Rymdkanalen, a site belonging to The Swedish National Space Board.
Interview with Miracle Israel Nazarious in Boulby mine; MINAR 5 campaign
Interview with Javier Martin-Torres on Swedish TV
Presentation of HABIT in international seminar NASA Spacebound India 2016