Clever space detectives, we need your help! We’ve got a case on our hands, of two mysterious exoplanets, and we need your help to profile them. Find out how you can use real satellite data to investigate an alien planet and become an exoplanet detective in the first ever ESA Education student hackathon.
Join us for this exciting new event featuring experts such as Didier Queloz, the 2019 Nobel Laureate in Physics and Kate Isaak, ESA project scientist for the Cheops mission.
For more information and resources and to vote for your favourite exoplanet, visit https://hackanexoplanet.esa.int/
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