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More news, images and diagrams

Par Pascal Fouque - 29/10/2009

 

A 2 - 3 Earth-mass planet discovered by gravitational microlensing

- Ciel et Espace

- Le Figaro

- Le Monde

- Wikipedia

A reduced-scale solar system

- Ciel et Espace

- University of Notre Dame

- National Science Foundation

- Massey University (New Zealand)

- The New York Times

- The Washington Post

- Associated Press

Echoes of the RS Pup echoes

- UK Science and Technology Facilities Council

- Discovery Channel

- Sky and Telescope

- The Hindu

- Astronomy Picture of the Day (Feb. 12, 2008)

A distant cool sub-Neptune mass exoplanet discovered by gravitational microlensing: OGLE-2005-BLG-390Lb

- Vue d’artiste de la planète (due à Thierry Lombry)

- Planet’s artist view (courtesy Henri Boffin, ESO)

- An animation showing the new planet and its effect on the source star (courtesy Henri Boffin, ESO)

- Brightness variations of OGLE 2005-BLG-390 (model, courtesy Daniel Kubas)

- Light curve of microlensing event OGLE-2005-BLG-390. Insets show the complete light curve over 5 years and the planetary deviation

- Field image and source trajectory in the lens plane (courtesy Daniel Kubas)

- Distribution of exoplanets in the mass - radius plane according to detection technique (courtesy Keith Horne)

- Distribution of lens star and planet masses, lens distance to the Sun, orbital radius and period of the planet (courtesy Martin Dominik)

- Distribution of lens star and planet masses, lens distance to the Sun, orbital radius and period of the planet (courtesy David Bennett)

NGC 300 in the Sculptor group of galaxies

- The Araucaria group measured a very accurate distance to this galaxy: 1.88 +- 0.05 Mpc (courtesy ESO)

EFIGI morphological classification of galaxies

- A set of PGC galaxy images and spectra from SDSS, used to train EFIGI automatic classification algorithm (courtesy Jean-François Le Borgne)

 

 

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