Tanga Paolo - Gaia
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Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur
Paolo Tanga is an astronomer based at the Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur in France where he moved after having worked for a few years at the Observatory of Turin (Italy). His main scientific interests are in the area of formation and evolution of planetary systems. He is a member of the Solar System, Planetary Systems, and Simulations working groups. Paolo has contributed to the simulations of lightcurves of asteroids, to blind testing of data inversion procedures and to the study of the observability of the natural satellites of Solar System bodies. He loves hiking on the Alps and observing the night sky from his backyard.
Paolo's homepage is here.
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