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Leiden University

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Leiden University

Rapenburg 70

Leiden, South Holland,

Netherlands

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Extra-solar planets

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Michael Perryman holds a degree in theoretical physics and a PhD in radio astronomy from Cambridge University.He has been employed in the Space Science Department of the European Space Agency since 1980, and is professor of astrophysics at Leiden University.For his involvement in the Hipparcos space astrometry mission, he was awarded the Prix Janssen of the Soci‚t‚ Astronomique de France in 1996, and the Academic Medal of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1999.


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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.


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Latest news on speakers: To provide detailed insight into space missions one of the agency's senior scientific advisors; Professor Michael Perryman will talk about the GAIA mission, while Professor Susan McKenna Lawlor will look at the Rosetta Comet mission for which her team built an instrument for the Philae lander.


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