Distinctive exoplanet population found in Kepler data
Artist's impression of the Kepler spacecraft.NASA reader comments 11 Share this story Hard as it may be to imagine, before 1988, we hadn’t discovered a single planet (or exoplanet) outside our own Solar System. We had good reason to believe they existed, but no one had ever observed one in practice. So when astrophysicists at the time created models...
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