Astronomers have discovered a strange gigantic object whirling around a distant star, and they never seen anything like this. Image credit Arxiv
The first discovery of an exoplanet, called 51 Pegasi b, orbiting a sun-like star beyond our solar system, discovered 20 years ago, on October 6.
NASA’s Kepler mission discovers Kepler-452b exoplanet orbiting in the habitable zone, that is the most similar yet to Earth.
A new study claims that the Milky Way is home to billions of planets positioned at the ‘habitable zone.’
NASA’s Kepler Marks 1,000th Exoplanet discovery. Discovers more small worlds in Habitable Zones of other planetary systems.
Mega-Earth Kepler-10c strange new rocky exoplanet, just discovered by astronomers, has about 17 times as much mass as our planet. Artist’s impression of “mega-Earth” Kepler
Over the last few years and with the great help of the amazing Kepler Space Telescope, we have discovered several new planets outside our Solar
Kepler discovers the first Earth-sized exoplanet, dubbed Kepler-186f, in the habitable zone of another Star. Watch the video… An artist’s conception of Kepler-186f Credit: NASA
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
60 billion potentially habitable planets may be orbiting Red Dwarfs in our Milky Way alone, twice the number previously thought. Image © NASA