NASA ‘retires’ planet-hunting Kepler space telescope, that discovered 2,600 exoplanets.
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NASA’s newly developed technique to spot new planets by using the Kepler space telescope, confirmed the existence of 715 exoplanets, including four that they are in habitable
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Project Blue, a mission to build and launch a telescope, to photograph Earth-like planets, around our nearest star system, Alpha Centauri.
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NASA’s Kepler Planet-Hunting telescope has lost its ability to point toward stars, because one of the reaction wheels that control the telescope’s orientation in space,
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The most Earth-like exoplanet discovered, 300 light-years away, orbiting in the habitable zone of its star., hidden in early NASA Kepler data.