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Mar 06, 2019
NASA Kepler's first exoplanet discovery ten years ago now confirmed as a real worldThe exoplanet Kepler-1658b is a massive 'hot Jupiter' that whips around its star every 3.85 days.
Nov 17, 2018
Goodnight Kepler: NASA's telescope receives final commands to disconnect with EarthNASA's Kepler Space Telescope revealed that our galaxy contains more planets than stars.
Oct 31, 2018
NASA retires Kepler telescope after nine years of exoplanet hunts and discoveriesKepler's findings have given a glimpse into roughly 200,000 potentially habitable world in Earth's sky.
Sep 06, 2018
NASA's Kepler Telescope wakes up from its slumber, back to planet-hunting dutyNASA in April launched another planet-hunting spacecraft, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite.
Apr 17, 2018
Technical glitch forces SpaceX to postpone its launch of NASA's exoplanet hunting TESS satelliteSpaceX halted the countdown a little more than two hours before its Falcon 9 rocket had been scheduled to carry the TESS, into orbit.
Apr 16, 2018
NASA to launch its TESS Exoplanet Mission in a SpaceX Falcon 9: Here is how you can watch it liveNASA's TESS spacecraft is expected to lift off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 6:32 pm Eastern Time which is 4:02 am (Tuesday) in India.
Feb 06, 2018
Earth-sized planets of TRAPPIST-1 have the potential of holding 250 times more water than EarthThe form that water would take on TRAPPIST-1 planets would depend on the amount of heat they receive from their star.
Dec 11, 2017
NASA's Kepler space telescope makes discovery using machine learning from GoogleNASA will announce the discovery made by Kepler, which has been searching for alien worlds since 2009, on 14 December.
Nov 02, 2017
NASA's Kepler telescope used to identify 20 new potentially habitable exoplanetsThe list includes several planets that orbit stars like our Sun.
Oct 28, 2017
Scientists find six exocomets using data from NASA's Kepler Space TelescopeThe discovery marks the first time that an object as small as a comet has been detected using transit photometry.