Four new studies involving researchers from the STAR Research Institute shed a new light on the extraordinary planetary system discovered in February 2017.
The second telescope of the European program SPECULOOS, financed by the European Union and managed at ULiège, has just been installed at ESO in Chile.
Michaël Gillon (University of Liège) and Amaury Triaud (University of Cambridge) talk about the discovery of TRAPPIST-1 and the fact that we need to expand our search for life beyond the solar system. An article published in aeon magazine.
First pictures of the first telescope of the SPECULOOS Observatory, installed successfully on the exceptional astronomical site of the Paranal Observatory (ESO) in Chile.
Astronomers of the SPECULOOS Liege team are currently at the European Southern Observatory of Paranal (Chile) to commission the first telescope of the project, which is funded by the European Research Council.