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Venue for the Pathways conference (News)

Saturday 19 July 2008 by Vincent Coudé du Foresto
Here are a few pictures of the venue chosen for the Pathways conference (Sep. 14-18th, 2009), within the CosmoCaixa science museum in Barcelona. A presentation of the museum can be found here. It is located within 15mn (by direct subway) from Plaza de Catalunya which is the heart of the city, (...)


BD meeting #2 (News)

Wednesday 11 June 2008 by Vincent Coudé du Foresto
The second Blue Dots meeting was held last June 5-6 at the European Southern Observatory in Garching, with the participation of: Jean-Philippe Beaulieu Anthony Boccaletti David Ciardi Vincent Coudé du Foresto Malcolm Fridlund Claudio Melo (Thursday only) Marc (...)


Third announcement (News)

Monday 31 March 2008 by Vincent Coudé du Foresto
Dear colleague, Thank you for having expressed your interest into the Blue Dots initiative. The response to the initial announcement has been enthousiastic (this list contains more than 190 names) and this only shows that the time is ripe for such a community effort to elaborate a strategy (...)


Blue Dots kick-off meeting (News)

Thursday 20 March 2008 by Vincent Coudé du Foresto
The Blue Dots kick-off meeting is being held on March 20th-21st at Institut d’Astrophysique de Paris, with the participation of: Jean-Philippe Beaulieu Chas Beichman Anthony Boccaletti Vincent Coudé du Foresto Maxim Khodachenko Marc Ollivier Nuno (...)


Second announcement (News)

Friday 1 February 2008 by Vincent Coudé du Foresto
Dear colleague, You are a primary recipient of this email because of your known involvement into exoplanets studies (registration to one related mailing list). As you probably know, the current round of Cosmic Vision assessment studies by the European Space Agency does not include missions (...)


First announcement (News)

Friday 18 January 2008 by Vincent Coudé du Foresto
Dear colleague, This message is sent to you because of your interest in the search and characterization of exoearths. As you probably know, no proposal with such an objective has been selected by ESA for its current round of Cosmic Vision assessment studies. A meeting was held at IAS Orsay (...)