- Nulling in Optical Interferometry: VLTI/GENIE
GENIE is the Ground based European Nulling Interferometry Experiment. Build by ESA as technology demonstrator for DARWIN and to become a full facility instrument for ESO's VLTI. The science objective of GENIE is to observe a couple of hundred candidate stars for DARWIN in order to measure the zodiacal light and bright orbiting extra-solar planets.
Darwin - Space Infrared Interferometer Project
Designed for general astrophysics and search for signs of life on Earth-like planets orbiting nearby stars. It is a candidate cornerstone 9 for a European Space Agency mission in 2015.
Anglo-Australian Planet Search
Long-term southern hemisphere program being carried with the 3.9 m Anglo-Australian Telescope.
Umbral Missions Blocking Radiating Astronomical Sources (project)
The UMBRAS goal is direct observation of planets around other stars.
Extrasolar Planet Detection with the AFOE
Extrasolar Planet Detection with the AFOE The Advanced Fiber-Optic Echelle (AFOE) spectrometer is a fiber-fed, bench-mounted echelle spectrograph, located at the 1.5m telescope of the Whipple Observatory, near Tucson, Arizona.
California and Carnegie Planet Search
The site of California and Carnegie program for extrasolar planet search.
University of St. Andrews - Planet Search
Describes several projects aiming to detect extra-solar planets.