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“Newer, nimbler, faster:” Venus probe will search for signs of life in clouds of sulfuric acid

…new paradigm where you go cheaply, more often, and in a more focused way,” says Sara Seager, Class of 1941 Professor of Planetary Sciences in MIT’s Department of Earth, Atmospheric…

Radio Astronomy

…Omniscope, aimed at dramatically reducing the cost of the much larger future radio arrays required to take full advantage of the cosmological 21 cm signal. By arranging N small, cheap

MIT scientists develop low-cost, high-precision fabrication method for thin mirrors and silicon wafers

…be more precise, scalable, and cheap. Yao and the rest of the team imagine that these thinner and more easily deformable surfaces can be useful in broader applications, like augmented…