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PEGASE is a proposed space mission to build a double-aperture interferometer composed of three free-flying satellites. The goal of the mission is the study of Hot Jupiters (pegasids), brown dwarfs and the interior of protoplanetary disks. The mission would be performed by the Centre National d'Études Spatiales and is currently being studied for launch around 2010–2012.
- M. Ollivier et al. (2005). "PEGASE: a DARWIN/TPF pathfinder". Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union 1: 241–246. doi:10.1017/S1743921306009380. Retrieved 2007-07-23.
- O. Absil et al (2004). "Pegase: a space interferometer for the spectro-photometry of Pegasides" (PDF). Université de Liège. Retrieved 2007-07-23.[dead link]
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