The search for exoplanets: what astronomers know / Professor Joshua N. Winn, Massachussetts Institute of Technology.
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (24 video files (approximately 720 min.)) : sound, color.
- Publisher: [United States] : The Great Courses : 2015.
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Episode 9 Stellar Rotation and Planetary Revolution Episode 17 Living with a Giant Star Episode 1 Why Study Exoplanets? Episode 5 Misplaced Giant Planets Episode 18 Our Nearest Exoplanetary Neighbors Episode 8 Sniffing Planetary Atmospheres Episode 4 Pioneers of Planet Searching Episode 22 Long-Term Future Planet-Finding Projects Episode 10 Super-Earths or Mini-Neptunes? Episode 19 Finding Planets with Gravitational Lensing Episode 20 Finding Planets with Direct Imaging Episode 24 Coming Soon: Biosignatures, Moons, and More! Episode 7 Transits of Exoplanets Episode 21 Near-Term Future Planet-Finding Projects Episode 2 How to Find an Exoplanet Episode 6 Explaining the Misplaced Giant Planets Episode 11 Transiting Planets and the Kepler Mission Episode 13 Planets Circling Two Stars Episode 3 Doppler and Transit Planet-Finding Methods Episode 12 Compact Multiplanet Systems Episode 14 Lava Worlds Episode 15 Earthlike Planets Episode 16 Living with a Dwarf Star Episode 23 Search for Life on Exoplanets.
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Lecturer: Professor Joshua N. Winn, Massachussetts Institute of Technology.
Designed for everyone from armchair explorers to serious skywatchers, The Search for Exoplanets follows the numerous twists and turns in the hunt for exoplanets-the false starts, the sudden breakthroughs, and the extraordinary discoveries.
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