The SPECULOOS (Search for Planets EClipsing ULtra-cOOl Stars) project aims to detect terrestrial planets eclipsing some of the smallest and coolest stars of the solar neighborhood.
Infrastructures around the world
Collaborating with many scientists around the world, the University of Liege has state-of-the-art research structures abroad. These structures are open to both researchers and students. Research infrastructures, in oceanography and astronomy in particular, teaching platform in Central Africa: the scientific influence of the ULiège extends internationally.
STARESO is an underwater and oceanographic research station of the University of Liège. Since 1972, it offers a unique environment for research and teaching.
Located in the Bernese Alps at an altitude of 3,571 meters, the Junfraujoch Astronomical and Meteorological Observatory houses the Network for the Detection of Atmospheric Composition Change.
Created in the early 1970s, the Belaza Station is a multipurpose research station, historically dedicated to Research and Development on Aquaculture.
Located in the heart of the Hautes-Fagnes since 1924, the resort of Mont-Rigi enjoys a privileged situation associated with the most prestigious nature reserve in Belgium.
The first liquid-mirror telescope designed exclusively for astronomical observations, installed at the ARIES Devasthal site.