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University of Bristol

Senate House Tyndall Avenue

Bristol, North Somerset BS8 1TH

United Kingdom

Company Description

The University of Bristol is internationally recognized as a world leader in research. Part of the Russell Group, it is consistently ranked as one of the best universities in Europe. The University is associated with at least 11 Nobel Laureates, while cur ... more

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Employment History

SpaceRef.com

Scientists

European Space Agency

Professor of Astrophysics

Leiden University

Education

theoretical physics

Cambridge University

PhD

Cambridge University

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Michael Perryman, an astronomer at the University of Bristol, UK, and former project scientist for the mission, is optimistic. "Gaia will be tremendous and transformational, a huge leap forward both in terms of the number of stars measured and the accuracy of those measurements," he says.

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The downgrades led Perryman to quit the project in 2006, after six years as leader of the scientific team. "I was enormously frustrated by the decision to de-scope this project, which was not made on scientific grounds," he says.
But Gaia survived and is now scheduled for launch as early as 20 November. With a bit of distance and a graveyard of space astrometry missions to reflect on, Perryman now expects big things from the mission.


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Astronomy Professor Michael Perryman, a Visiting Fellow of the School of Physics, University of Bristol, will provide an introduction to the stars, followed by viewings outside the pub, using the naked eye and a telescope. Stargazy Pie on the menu. Continue reading →


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Astronomy Professor Michael Perryman, a Visiting Fellow of the School of Physics, University of Bristol, will provide an introduction to the stars, followed by viewings outside the pub, using the naked eye and a telescope. Stargazy Pie on the menu. Continue reading →

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