As founding members, the researchers From Vanderbilt University and Rice University will join the Mauve science team, helping design and shape the science programme prior to the launch of the satellite in 2025.Read Moreabout Vanderbilt University and Rice University become founding members of Mauve
Twinkle science team member Caprice Phillips explores the possibility of studying terrestrial-like planets with Twinkle.
Blue Skies Space, the world’s first company to deliver commercial science satellite data, will commence construction of its new satellite, Mauve in November 2022.
Blue Skies Space Ltd. Is bringing the world’s first commercial space science satellite closer to market after securing further capital investment from its shareholders.
Blue Skies Space Ltd. has confirmed that scientists from fourteen universities across the world have joined its first space science mission, Twinkle, as the initial group of Founding Members.
Twinkle will perform simultaneous spectroscopic coverage of the 0.5 – 4.5 micron wavelength region, which covers many ammonia features. Therefore, the pursuit of searching for potential biosignatures in these worlds is exciting endeavour for the upcoming Twinkle space mission.
The spectroscopic characterisation of exoplanet atmospheres is a vital component in our search for molecular species on other planets.
This is the second blog in a series of posts discussing the key technical considerations of the Twinkle spacecraft design.
This is the first in a series of blog posts that will discuss key technical considerations on the Twinkle spacecraft design.