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Sun’s corona photographed during a total eclipse visible from France in 1999 [Luc Viatour]

How to Observe an Exoplanet in High Resolution Using Sun’s Gravity

The project of a space mission never attempted before, capable of producing the image of an exoplanet’s surface up to distances of 100 light-years from the Earth with the resolution of 1 megapixel, enough to see the presence of any…

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Astronomy, Cosmology, Astrobiology, Space Exploration, Science Fiction, Technology

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Michele Diodati

Michele Diodati

Science writer with a lifelong passion for astronomy and comparisons between different scales of magnitude.

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