Other Exoplanet Activities and Resources
Well done for completing the Exoplanets Project! Has this given you a new interest? Want to carry on exploring other distant worlds? Well, below are a set of other resources that you can try next. .
|Extrasolar Planets Lab||Use simulators to explore both radial velocity and transit methods of finding exoplanets. Created by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.|
|Transit Database||This is a large database of transit data ready to be explored and analysed. It has been created by the Czech Astronomical Society.|
|Data Explorer||A similar database to the one above. But please note that it has not been updated since 2018.|
|NASA Exoplanets||This website lets you see the current number of exoplanets found. You can also learn more about missions like Kepler and K2.|
|NASA Citizen Science||Why not work with NASA data and help them with their exoplanet science?|
|James Webb Space Telescope||Webb will tell us more about the atmospheres of other worlds. The data it collects could help us find life on other planets.|