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Exoplanet Web Pages and Links
The following web pages discuss extrasolar planet searches, or contain more links on the same subject. Spending time exploring these sites will make you much more comfortable with the different techniques, and familiar with some of the most interesting results. Some of these sites will be useful for other topics we discuss in this course.

http://www.obspm.fr/encycl/encycl.html
Extrasolar Planets Encyclopedia. Comprehensive collection of information and many links, updated Jan. 2005.

http://www.obspm.fr/encycl/sites.html
From the Extasolar Planets Encyclopedia, many links to ongoing or upcoming search projects, very up-to-date.

http://ast.star.rl.ac.uk/darwin/Welcome.html
Darwin space interferometer page, with links to virtually all planet search programs.

http://planetquest.jpl.nasa.gov/
Jet Propulsion Laboratory/NASA exoplanet site, specializing in Keck, SIM, and TPF interferometer missions, but links to many more.

http://astrobiology.arc.nasa.gov/
NASA Astrobiology Institute.

http://www.astrobio.net/news/
Astrobiology Magazine.

http://www.astrobiology.com
The Astrobiology Web.

http://ast.star.rl.ac.uk/darwin/searches.html
The planet search page of the Darwin site referenced above.














 





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