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Exoplanet detection via space-based parasol
I remember from watching Cosmos years ago, Carl Sagan suggested an interesting hypothetical method for directly seeing exoplanets. He proposed that in the 'future' we could launch a satellite designed ...
Jul 5 '11 at 10:40
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