Sci-Screen: Machine Learning and Exoplanets

Date

Thursday, June 25, 2020 - 22:00

Location

Zoom

Description

51-Pegasi B is the name of the first exoplanet discovered in 1995, located 50 light years away from Earth. The Classical Age of planetary science was therefore brought to an end. Since then, the search for exoplanets has intensified. We know today more than 4,200 planets orbiting other star than our Sun.


This presentation is accessible to everyone willing to know more about the diversity of planets in the Universe. We will guide you through the Solar System, and discuss how we find exoplanets today. Discussions on Mars based on the film “The Martian” will be included.

Participation Free! Register now from the official website.

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