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Project Blue: Private Space Telescope to Hunt for Alien Earth at Alpha Centauri

As technology progresses, it will be only a matter of time until we can visually see another planet. Also, the detection of an atmosphere and its components will tell us a lot about alien worlds. This is a well written article. Go to the link, that leads to the site. Enjoy.


Project Blue: Private Space Telescope to Hunt for Alien Earth at Alpha Centauri

An exoplanet could orbit in the habitable zone of our neighboring binary star system, Alpha Centauri, as depicted in this illustration. Alpha Centauri A is the larger star, and B is the smaller one.Credit: ESO/L. Cal├žada/Nick Risinger

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1 comment:

  1. oc we should have a supply chain to an immense telescope on the Moon, more gigantic than anything that could feasibly be built on the Earth, taking advantage of Lunar materials, low gravity, slow rotation and practically zero atmosphere, to actually resolve exoplanets directly. But I guess we'll just have to make do with this story for now.