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Robots, space telescopes and seti as activity focus

Gerd Ulbers

November 26, 2012

Robots like Curiosity should explore all accessible planets and moons. Space telescopes should be distributed in the solar system. They shall be connected by aperture synthesis to achieve an extreme high resolution to get detailed images from extrasolar planets. Every time when new planets are found in the habitable zone of a solar system optical and radio seti should be directed to that position.


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