Scientist William Borucki conceived, designed and now is leading NASAs Kepler space mission that will bring the world a step closer to knowing whether life exists on other planets. Launched in 2009 and operating today, the Kepler space observatory ... Washington Post, 2 weeks ago
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The distant duo are the best candidates for habitable planets that astronomers have found so far, said William Borucki, the chief scientist for NASA's Kepler telescope. The discoveries, published online Thursday in the journal Science, mark a ...Denver Post, 1 month ago Kepler space scope stuck as steering device fails Japan Times, 1 week ago Kepler Space Telescope has major malfunction; mission imperiled Washington Post, 1 week ago NASA's Kepler space telescope malfunction may end hunt for planets Washington Post, 1 week ago
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"These two are our best candidates that might be habitable," said William Borucki, Kepler science principal investigator at NASA's Ames Research Center. The two planets are slightly larger than ours, and at least a couple of billion years older. The ...Philippine Daily Inquirer, 1 month ago NASA Hosts Kepler Spacecraft Status Teleconference Today TickerTech.com, 1 week ago NASA's Kepler Finds New 'Habitable Zone' Planets Individual.com, 4 weeks ago Most Earth-like planets yet found Melbourne Age, 1 month ago
Correction Previous versions of this story included an incorrect title for Darren Williams. He is an associate professor of physics and astronomy at Penn State Behrend. You could say Justin Crepp's job is out of this world. The Penn State Behrend ...Individual.com, 1 month ago
NASA hasn't yet given up on the bringing Kepler space telescope back to life. However, even if the telescope can't be saved, it has already accomplished its targets of searching for an Earth-like planet. The planet is just not considered by the ...French Tribune, 1 day ago
NASA hasn't given up on resurrecting its planet-hunting Kepler space telescope, but even if the observatory can't be saved, scientists expect it already has accomplished its goal of finding a habitable, Earth-like planet. They just don't know it ...Pakistan Today, 2 days ago
NASA officials announced Wednesday, May 15, that the Kepler space telescope ? the agency's primary instrument for detecting planets beyond our solar system ? had suffered a critical failure and could soon be shut down permanently. Scott Hubbard, a ...Stanford Report, 3 days ago NASA may be Able to Repair Kepler Space Telescope AZoOptics, 3 days ago More Insight on How NASA Might Revive the Kepler Space Telescope Universe Today, 1 week ago Stanford professor explains how NASA might revive the Kepler space telescope PhysOrg.com, 1 week ago
Kepler's lead investigator says data already received from the mission could reveal more planets. This illustration shows 1,235 of the 2,740 planet candidates that the Kepler mission has found. Illustration courtesy Jason Rowe, Kepler/Caltech/NASA ...National Geographic, 6 days ago
LOS ANGELES: NASA's planet-hunting Kepler telescope is broken, potentially jeopardizing the search for other worlds where life could exist outside our solar system. If engineers can't find a fix, the failure could mean an end to the $ 600 million ...Arab News, 1 week ago NASA telescope... Arab News, 1 week ago NASA Says Kepler's Days are Numbered Laboratory Equipment, 1 week ago NASA's planet-hunting spacecraft is broken ? but they-re determined to fix it TheJournal.ie, 1 week ago
Nasa's premier telescope Kepler dedicated to seeking Earth like planets in and around habitable zones has faced a major technical glitch causing it to stop its operation temporarily. Scientists found the telescope in safe mode, on investigation that ...International Business Times UK, 1 week ago
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