posted on May, 21 2014 @ 09:15 AM
From time to time here on ATS I like to share things from the field of astronomy, particularly exoplanet related research which may not have been
covered extensively by the mainstream media.
To that end I thought you might be interested in this report I came across. It was first published back in November of last year for the Kepler
Science Conference II but I had not seen much mainstream coverage of the timeline or future missions that are proposed or being developed.
While some of it is on the technical side, since its an overview report which sums up the state of current and future exoplanet research missions it
is not too technical that it is unreadable by the layperson and there are some interesting things inside.
Click the page below or this link.
Here are some images from it:
edit on 21-5-2014 by JadeStar because: (no reason given)