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Exoplanets I

Category: Meeting

The astronomical community is in an expansion phase of exoplanet science, especially with several American and European space missions (TESS, CHEOPS, PLATO, JWST) on the horizon (2017 to 2024). The new Exoplanets conference series aims to consolidate all aspects of exoplanet science and strike a balance between:

  1. Exoplanet theory, observations and instrumentation;
  2. Exoplanet discovery and atmospheric characterisation;
  3. Transiting and directly imaged exoplanets;
  4. Ground- and space-based surveys/missions;
  5. American and European participation.
When: Sunday 03 July, 2016 12:00 am CEST - Friday 08 July, 2016 9:00 am CEST
Where: Davos Congress Center, Switzerland
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