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what has NASA found?

What has NASA found?

The latest discovery of extraterrestrial planets will soon be officially announced by the US space agency NASA. That’s why a press conference is scheduled for next week, where exciting information about life outside the solar system is expected to be released.

NASA has called the new Kepler mission results “the most self-sufficient and reliable in the remote world.”

NASA’s Kepler telescope engaged in the search for habitable planets outside the solar system. It has been a busy time since NASA launched the Kepler telescope in 2009. This is the difficult task of finding out if there is a possibility of life in any of the galaxies. By 2013, Kepler had achieved its initial goal. Discovered about five thousand possible planets outside the solar system. Of these, the existence of 2,335 planets has been confirmed.

Kepler’s second mission, launched in 2014, has so far discovered 520 more possible planets outside the solar system, of which 147 have been confirmed.

Kepler has so far discovered 21 Earth-sized and habitable planets outside the solar system.

So the idea is that Kepler’s list of new discoveries will probably have some of the best habitable planets. A briefing will be held at NASA’s Ames Research Center on Monday, June 19 at 11 a.m. (EDT). The event will also be broadcast live on NASA’s website.

According to NASA, Kepler’s new discovery will be the result of the most advanced analysis ever and will reveal something new in the study of extraterrestrial planets.

Scientists from the astrophysics department of NASA’s Science Mission Management, as well as scientists from the Search for Extraterrestrial Institute, Manohar University of Hawaii, and Caltech, will speak at the event about their latest discovery outside the solar system.

What has NASA found?


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