NASA ‘retires’ planet-hunting Kepler space telescope, that discovered 2,600 exoplanets.
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NASA’s Kepler space telescope mission has just verified 1,284 new planets, doubling its haul in largest exoplanet discovery ever. 2,325 exoplanets and counting…
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
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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NASA’s Kepler mission confirmed the discovery of its first rocky planet, named Kepler-10b. Measuring 1.4 times the size of Earth, it is the smallest planet
Scientists using data from the Kepler space telescope, estimated that there could be as many as 300 million potentially habitable planets in our galaxy.
Astronomers at MIT and elsewhere have discovered an Earth-sized exoplanet that zips around its star every 3.14 days.