Astronomers Have Been Finding 1 New Exoplanet A Day On Average Since Kepler Launched in 2009

Astronomers Have Been Finding 1 New Exoplanet A Day On Average Since Kepler Launched in 2009

The Kepler space telescope has been instrumental in discovering planets orbiting stars outside of our solar system. The sheer volume of data that has come out of the mission has allowed scientists to discover thousands of exoplanets that would have been difficult, if not impossible, to see from Earth.

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