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DEATHSTAR: A System for Confirming Planets and Identifying False-Positive Signals in TESS Data Using Ground-Based Time-Domain Surveys, Gabrielle Ross, UG '27 (E47E8636)

DEATHSTAR is a complete Python pipeline that confirms exoplanet discoveries, and is published under Ross et al. in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society December 2023…

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University of Pennsylvania Library's Ms Codex 1881 - Astronomical treatises and tables

An astronomical compendium that contains texts, diagrams, and tables related to the computation of the relative positions of the celestial bodies. Written in Germany in 1481, it is a paper codex with…

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Coffee With a Codex: Astrology, Astronomy, Religion (LJS 361)

Coffee With A Codex is an informal lunch or coffee time to meet virtually with Kislak Curator Dot Porter and talk about one of the manuscripts from Penn's collections. Each week we'll…

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The Hottest Worlds in the Universe, Samuel Yee, G4 (3958227)

The first planets to be discovered orbiting stars other than our Sun -- exoplanets -- were a type of planet we hadn't expected, based on our expectations from our own solar system. We call these…

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Climate and the Potential for Life on Other Planets

Understanding planetary habitability is key to understanding how and why life developed on Earth as well as whether life is present on planets that orbit different stars (exoplanets). Whether a…

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Summer Research Colloquium Research Summary - First Integrals in Hamiltonian Mechanics

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Thursday Colloquium, April 23, 2015, "Adaptive Optics Imaging of Extosolar Planets", Professor Bruce MacIntosh, Stanford University

Thursday Colloquium, April 23, 2015, "Adaptive Optics Imaging of Extosolar Planets", Professor Bruce MacIntosh, Stanford University

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