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Michael Perryman

Scientific Leader

European Space Agency

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European Space Agency

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Company Description

The European Space Agency (ESA) provides Europe's gateway to space. ESA is an intergovernmental organisation, created in 1975, with the mission to shape the development of Europe's space capability and ensure that investment in space delivers benefits to the...more

Background Information

Employment History

Professor

Leiden University


Contributor

Science & Technology: Home page


ESA's Project Scientist

Hipparcos


Web References(55 Total References)


Roger W. Sinnott - Sky & Telescope

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In 1997, in collaboration with Michael Perryman of the European Space Agency (ESA), he coauthored the Millennium Star Atlas, the most detailed all-sky atlas ever printed and the first to incorporate the new stellar positions, brightnesses, and proper motions from ESA's Hipparcos astrometry mission.
His latest projects have included the Sky & Telescope Star Wheel and the new Pocket Sky Atlas.


atlantisrisingmagazine.com

Dr. Michael Perryman, formerly employed by the European Space Agency, says we are discovering many new plan­ets which may be earth-like and habitable.
Soon, he says, we'll have a flotilla of spacecraft which will tell about many more such planets and, indeed, will give us the information we need to pinpoint whether life of some kind exists there. We'll know for sure by 2020, he told London's Daily Mail.


The 50 Brightest Stars Cosmobrain Bright Star Catalog

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- Michael Perryman ( European Space Agency )


sci.esa.int

Michael Perryman awarded prestigious Tycho Brahe Prize 06 June 2011 Professor Michael Perryman, the scientific leader of ESA's Hipparcos mission, and a founding father of its successor mission, Gaia, has been awarded the 2011 Tycho Brahe Prize from the European Astronomical Society.
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Michael Perryman awarded prestigious Tycho Brahe Prize
Professor Michael Perryman, the scientific leader of ESA's Hipparcos mission, and a founding father of its successor mission, Gaia, has been awarded the 2011 Tycho Brahe Prize from the European Astronomical Society. The prize recognises the extraordinary work accomplished by Perryman in shepherding the field of astrometry to its successful leap into space-based observations and demonstrating the importance of measuring stellar positions for a plethora of astronomical applications.


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