Next summer, scientists will be able to observe the upcoming planetary transit of Beta Pictoris b, an orbiting exoplanet, as it passes in front of its star.
PicSat is a nano-satellite designed to measure exoplanetary transits. The project, developed within the High Angular Resolution Astronomy group at LESIA, uses interferometric instrumentation, integrated optics and single-mode fibre filtering for the study of stellar environments.
The ID101 from ID Quantique was chosen for its robustness, ease of integration and compact dimensions.
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