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Interview with the Planet Hunter Geoff Marcy
Interview with Geoff Marcy from the Berkeley University about the search after a second Earth.
Space Interferometry Mission
The Space Interferometry Mission also known as SIM Lite and formerly known as SIM PlanetQuest is equipped with a 6-meter Michelson stellar interferometer, operating in the visible waveband, and will be launched into an Earth-trailing solar orbit where it will operate for a mission lifetime of five years.
The European Darwin Mission will be a flotilla of four or five free-flying spacecraft that will search for Earth-like planets around other stars and analyse their atmospheres for the chemical signature of life in the mid of the next century.
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Terrestrial Planet Finder (TPF)
The Terrestrial Planet Finder is a mission which primary target is to search after Earth-like planets and currently under study by NASA. At the moment are two complementary concepts for this mission. The visible-light Coronograph and a formation-flying infrared Interferometer.
Planck Space Telescope
Planck is Europe’s first mission to study the relic radiation from the Big Bang.
Herschel Space Telescope
Herschel is the largest space telescope ever launched. Its 3.5 m-diameter mirror will give astronomers their best view yet of the Universe at far-infrared and sub-millimetre wavelengths.
Kepler Space Telescope
The Kepler Space Telescope from NASA is designed to discover Earth-like planets orbiting other stars. The telescope is named after the German astronomer Johannes Kepler (1571-1630), which is best known for the Kepler's laws of planetary motion.
Interview with Bernard Foing about the European SMART-1 Mission
Interview with Prof. Dr. Bernard Foing from the European Space Agency (ESA)