Farewell, Pale Red Dot #1

The Pale Red Dot team now goes back to their daily duties. A research paper has been written and submitted to a research journal. The review process can take anytime between a few weeks to a few months. Fingers crossed! The web articles and posts in social media will remain available for your enjoyment.

A second phase of Pale Red Dot project might start soon, with more articles and further details on what the data tells us. Do not delete us from your favourite lists just yet!

Cheers, and don’t forget to look at the sky from time to time!

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Pale Red Dot team

Science and edition; Guillem Anglada-Escude (editor-in-chief), Gavin Coleman, John Strachan (QMUL/UK), Cristina Rodríguez-López, Zaira M. Berdinas, Pedro J. Amado (IAA/Spain), James Jenkins (UChile/Chile), Mikko Tuomi (Herts/UK), Christopher J. Marvin, Stefan Dreizler (U.Goettingen/Germany), Julien Morin (U.Montpellier), Alexandre Santerne (CAUP/Portugal), Yiannis Tsapras(Heidelberg/Germany).

Support; Matthew McKinley Mutter (English language editor, QMUL/UK), Predrag Micakovic (web & IT support, QMUL/UK), Silbia López de Lacalle, Ruben Herrero Illana (Editorial support and spanish translations, IAA/CSIC), Radek Kosarzycki (media partner, polish translations)

Observatories; Oana Sandu, Lars Lindberg Christiansen, Richard Hook (European Southern Observatory, Education and Public Outreach Department), Edward Gomez (LCOGT.net, Scientist & outreach officer), Nicolás Morales (Research scientists, SPACEOSB-San Pedro de Atacama Celestial Explorations)