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(Nobel Laureate Lecture - CUAS & CUPS Joint Talk): The Exoplanet Revolution

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Over the past 25 years spectacular, ever growing, discoveries of exoplanet systems have modified our perspective on planet formation as a whole and more specifically our place in the Universe.

I will introduce the audience with the exoplanet diversity and describe what we have learnt on their structure and formation mechanisms. Based on recent works about origin of life on Earth, I’ll present new perceptive about minimum conditions required to allow for the formation of life chemical building blocks. I will describe a possible pathway to detect Earth like systems amenable for future work about origins of life.

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Physics Society series.

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