A comprehensive resource with information about
probable extrasolar planets, their locations and detection
Latham's Homepage at Harvard
Astronomical Union (IAU)
Founded in 1919, the IAU is the internationally recognized
authority for assigning designations to celestial bodies
and their surface features.
(Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence) Institute
Learn about SETI and its mission of conducting and promoting
scientific and educational projects related to the prevalence
of life in the universe.
Your Own Astrometry Research
Help scientists research and locate planets. This site
contains information about Astrometry, the tools you
will need, and methods for recording your data.
Center for Astrophysics (CFA) Home Page
Learn more about the research, publications and services
supported by CFA, including information on David
Latham's search for planets.
Francisco State University's Planet Search Department
A great introduction to extrasolar planets, with a table
of planet candidates, research papers, Doppler velocity
curves, planet search details, and web links.
Visions- An Extrasolar Planets Guide
Get the latest news on extrasolar planets, with a detailed
photos and statistics on several types of celestial
University's Department for the Search for Extra-Terrestrial
general guide to Harvard's SETI program
In-depth information about Paul Horowitz's research.
Art of Electronics
This book, co-authored by Paul Horowitz explains the
electronics necessary to receive light and sound waves
from outer space.
Sagan Criteria for Life Revisited
A NASA Science News article about the effectiveness
of using space probes to search for life on far off
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