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Polar Dust

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  00:30:00  2006  SD 4/3  Color  Sound

From 2000 to 2006, Jean Duprat, a physicist at the CSNSM, went three times to the scientific base Concordia at the South Pole to collect micrometeorites, in order to understand, thanks to these witnesses of the first moments of the primitive solar system, how the Sun and its planets were formed 4.5 billion years ago.

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Author : DUPRAT Jean (CSNSM, UMR CNRS et Univ. Paris XI, Orsay) DARS Jean-François (CNRS Images, UPS CNRS, Meudon) PAPILLAULT Anne (CNRS Images, UPS CNRS, Meudon)
Director : PAPILLAULT Anne (CNRS Images, UPS CNRS, Meudon) DARS Jean-François (CNRS Images, UPS CNRS, Meudon) DUPRAT Jean (CSNSM, UMR CNRS et Univ. Paris XI, Orsay)
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Audiovisual processReal shots. Use of photographies and animations.
Voice over and interviews (live sound).
PersonnalitiesJUGIE Gérard(IPEV, Paris); MAURETTE Michel(CSNSM, UMR CNRS et Univ. Paris XI, Orsay); DUPRAT Jean(CSNSM,); ENGRAND Cécile(CSNSM, UMR CNRS et Univ. Paris XI, Orsay); SLODZIAN Georges(CSNSM, UMR CNRS et Univ. Paris XI, Orsay); GOUNELLE Matthieu(Nano-analyses, UMS CNRS et MNHN, Paris)
Date of broadcasting21/10/2007 (France 5)
NotesCSNSM : Centre de spectrométrie nucléaire et de spectrométrie de masse.
RewardsFestival du film de chercheur de Nancy (France), 2008 : grand prix.
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Space Sciences

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Antarctica

Technical Sheet
Item No.1819
PublicTeaching ; Large audience
Original SupportVideo DV Cam
VersionFrench ; English
DistributionSale (private use), Sale (institutionnal use)