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2 March 2020
Learn why and how we study exoplanets, and how you can get involved.
Scientists are searching for 100 Earth-like planets around other stars, and you can help.
Swapna Krishna ● 12 March 2020
The habitable zone is the not-too-hot, not-too-cold region around a star where liquid water can exist.
Emily Lakdawalla ● 2 March 2020
Lava worlds. Hot Jupiters. Earth 2.0 candidates. Here's a rundown of some notable exoplanets.
Emily Lakdawalla & Staff ● 2 March 2020
Some methods almost sound like science fiction: Using gravity as a magnifying glass, watching stars wobble at turtle-like speeds, and searching for tiny dips in starlight.
WFIRST, NASA's Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope, is the next step in our hunt for Earth-sized exoplanets.
• November 02, 2006
Alan Stern just posted a detailed update on the status of New Horizons in his PI's Perspective blog on the mission website.
• May 05, 2006
Next up at the Outer Planets Assessment Group meeting was an overview of the plans for future Europa missions.
• May 04, 2006
Before I get to my notes from OPAG I want to minimally acknowledge today's news, which I'll have to get to in more detail later.
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