Researchers from HSE University have developed a mathematical model that explains the levitation of charged dust particles over the sunlit lunar surface for almost any latitude. For the first time, the model takes into account the Earth’s magnetotail—a particular area around our planet. The research data is important for planning the Luna-25 and Luna-27 space missions. The study was published in Physics of Plasmas.
Tuesday, December 5
Lecture 'Managing Market and Financial Changes: Crisis Management When Things Can Change in One Day' by Michael Thomas
Wednesday, December 6