Making the paper: James Fowler

  title={Making the paper: James Fowler},
  author={J. Fowler},
FIRST AUTHOR Designing a space telescope to detect Earth-like planets poses a number of technical challenges, most notably achieving contrast levels high enough to image a planet that appears 10 billion times fainter than the star it orbits. John Trauger, an astrophysicist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, and his colleagues have now reached those imaging limits in the laboratory using a coronagraphic instrument with a telescope that uses… Expand