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Michael Perryman

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Leiden University

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Leiden University

Rapenburg 70

Leiden, South Holland,

Netherlands

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Employment History

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Science & Technology: Home page


ESA's Project Scientist

Hipparcos


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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.


Reflections from Tycho's Island - Blue Marble Space Institute of Science

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Keynote presentations included a wide historical overview by Steven Dick (National Air and Space Museum), a scientific description of extrasolar planet detection and habitability by Michael Perryman (University of Bristol), thoughts on the impact of astrobiology on society by Margaret Race (SETI Institute), a unique look at the parameter space of variables that led to technological life on Earth by Milan irkovi (Astronomical Observatory of Belgrade), a challenge to consider the ethical status of the cosmos by Woodruff Sullivan (University of Washington), and a psychological perspective on sending messages to unknown extraterrestrial life forms by Doug Vakoch (SETI Institute).


Bristol University Physics - Astrophysics Group Members

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Portrait of Professor Perryman
Professor Michael Perryman Tel.


Bristol University Physics - Astrophysics Group Members

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Portrait of Professor Perryman
Professor Michael Perryman Tel.


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.


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