The tools needed to seek out new worlds out there in space

More than 1,000 exoplanets have now been discovered by the Kepler Space Telescope, announced NASA this month, and the figure continues to climb.

Three of the newly confirmed Kepler planets are thought to lie in the habitable zones of their host stars and are only slightly larger than the Earth.

via The tools needed to seek out new worlds out there in space.

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One comment

  1. ianscyberspace · January 18, 2015

    I guess we would die before we reached those planets to inhabit them though.

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