Lithuania has not yet belonged to the European Space Agency and therefore can not access the advanced infrastructure of this organization. On the other hand, the scientists of Lithuania make Molėtai Astronomy Observatory complete information gathered in space mission missions and stellar motion. The Earth Observatory helps to determine the chemical composition, surface temperature and star parameters.
"We are studying the data of non-starred stars, a spectacular sense of the first contact of the bright world," said Astronomer Dr, Theoretical Physics and Astronomy Institute, Vilnius University. Šarūnas Mikolaitis.