Project Blue
 
 
 
 
 
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The mission

Project Blue is a new science initiative to capture the first photograph of a potential Earth-like planet orbiting another Sun-like star. The mission aims to launch a lightweight space telescope to directly image exoplanets around Earth’s nearest star system, Alpha Centauri A and B. With a budget the fraction of the cost of a mid-size astrophysics mission, and a planned launch by the end of the decade, this venture represents an ambitious leap forward in low-cost, high-impact space exploration. Through active collaboration between research institutions, universities, private industry and citizens, Project Blue seeks to make space exploration a participatory, collective endeavor and inspire millions worldwide to engage in scientific inquiry.

 
 
 
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The consortium

 

Project Blue is led by a consortium of leading space, science, and research institutions dedicated to accelerating the search for potentially habitable worlds in our galaxy. The consortium was founded by BoldlyGo Institute, Mission Centaur, the SETI Institute, and the University of Massachusetts Lowell and will be steered by a Science & Technology Advisory Committee (STAC) composed of experts immersed in the excitement and challenge of taking a picture of an Earth-like planet in another star system. 

 
 
 
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SUPPORT our MISSIOn

Project Blue needs your support! By donating you will be supporting the exciting quest to answer whether there are Earth-like planets around our nearest stars. Join us in the adventure!

Your donation to Project Blue will be processed in U.S. dollars (USD) and is tax-deductible in the United States to the extent allowed by U.S. law. Mission Centaur, Inc is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization based in the U.S. Keep your email receipt as your official record to claim your donation as a deduction on your U.S. taxes. Contact us if you have any questions.

 

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