Microlensing Planet Search (MPS) Project
The Microlensing Planet Search (MPS) Project is a project affiliated with the Global Microlensing Alert Network (GMAN) to observe microlensing events that are in progress for light variations that might be caused by extrasolar planets. MPS uses the 1.9-meter (6.2-foot) telescope at the Mount Stromlo Observatory, Australia, and the 1.5-meter- (4.9-foot) telescope at the Boyden Observatory, South Africa. Presently, MPS involves collaborators from the University of Notre Dame, the University of Washington, and the Mount Stromlo Observatory.
Related category EXTRASOLAR PLANETS AND SUBSTELLAR OBJECTS
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