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Science Astronomy Extrasolar Planets
Science Astronomy Extrasolar Planets sites
Science Astronomy Extrasolar Planets
Science Astronomy Extrasolar Planets sites
Ancient Suns
Discusses the kind of stars that might have habitable planets , where to search for them and the requirements for life to develop.
Arizona Search for Planets (ASP)
Full scale survey project for extra-solar planets. Overview and publications.
California and Carnegie Planet Search
The site of California and Carnegie program for extrasolar planet search.
ExoPlanet News
A monthly electronic newsletter about research in exoplanet science. Includes archives since September 2007.
This page presents a list of carefully selected links to informative sites about extra solar planets.
Provides information on extrasolar planets , ranging from answers to simple questions to a whole course , with a database and interactive simulations.
Exoworld. info
Learn about exoplanets , extrasolar planets , and the astronomical science used to study them. Contains a compendium of information and resources , including a blog.
Extrasolar Planet Detection with the AFOE
Extrasolar Planet Detection with the AFOE The Advanced Fiber-Optic Echelle (AFOE) spectrometer is a fiber-fed , bench-mounted echelle spectrograph , located at the 1. 5m telescope of the Whipple Observatory , near Tucson , Arizona.
Extrasolar Planets
A blog keeping track with current updates on exoplanets.
Geneva Extrasolar Planet Search
The extrasolar planet search in Geneva. This team has found in '95 the first extrasolar planets around the star 51 Pegasi.
Hubble Space Telescope: Astrometry Science Team
Includes details of projects , publications , software , and group members.
James Webb Space Telescope
The JWST is a large , infrared-optimized space telescope designed to study the formation of the first stars and galaxies , the evolution of galaxies and the production of elements by stars , and the process of star and planet formation.
Microlensing Observations in Astrophysics (MOA)
A joint Japanese/New Zealand project established to carry out astrophysical observations using a gravitational microlensing technique. Applications include research for extra-solar planets , dark matter , stellar atmospheres , and variable stars. Page incl
Nova Celestia - A Guide to Extrasolar Planets
Contains information and free illustrations of Extrasolar planets (carbon planets , gas giants and terrestrial planets) , detection methods and missions.
Planet Imager
NASA planet imager proposal.



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