There was a great deal of interest in the ARIEL mission at the ARPS and Exoplanet meeting on Sunday so I thought this webcast may be of interest.
Tuesday 8th October 2019 at 7.30pm
Prof Carole Haswell, The Open University
Exoplanets and Space Telescopes
“We live in exciting times: we have recently learned that our Galaxy contains more than one planet for each human being on planet Earth! I will show how we are able to say this, despite the fact that we have only directly imaged a handful of exoplanets. I will discuss some recent highlights and preview the scientific breakthroughs we anticipate from forthcoming space missions. These are, with expected launch dates: the CHEOPS mission (2019), the James Web Space Telescope (2021) and ESA’s PLATO and ARIEL (2027).”
The live-stream will be available at the link below