Is Earth unique in the Galaxy? In Project EDEN we search for and study other earth-like planets
Are we alone?
But where will we go? EDEN searches for the closest habitable planets that one day may be space travel destinations
Join us in discovering new worlds!
The small dark spot in the upper left is Mercury transiting the Sun. During planetary transits the stars appear a bit dimmer - a signal that EDEN telescopes can often pick up.
Join the search!
The VATT 1.8m telescope's large aperture enables high-precision photometry even on the faintest EDEN/TS stars.
The 2.3m Bok telescope at Kitt Peak National Observatory is one of the six telescopes we are obtaining data with in the EDEN pilot survey.
Even the closest planetary systems remain uncharted, but new technologies are opening a window on never-before-seen worlds.
Join us exploring new worlds!
With telescopes located at five different observatories our EDEN team can monitor most of the sky at any given time.
Find new planets!