Christine Corday engages a materials practice as artist with the evolving human scale of perception and fundamental forces. She works with temperature, material states, elemental metals as well as creates further medium often in artist-led collaborations with international scientists and science organizations.
NASA AMES RESEARCH
MOFFET FIELD, CALIFORNIA 1991
In 1991, after writing an original piece of research on an additional planet within our solar system, Corday was invited to work at NASA Ames Research Center with SETI Principal Investigator Dr. Laurance Doyle on a project looking for planets or planetary systems around other stars.
Corday's work was to apply a stellar inclination theory to known stars and catalog the stars edge-on and pole-on to our line of sight to help focus the world's observatories in search for extrasolar planets [exoplanets]. The project was in its nascence then and together with other projects results in the 3,891* confirmed exoplanets found to date.
*as of 5 February 2019
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