NASA Kepler telescope doubles number of known planets outside solar system – Washington Post

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Washington Post
To the list of planets orbiting distant stars, add another 715. That’s the number of planets, strewn among 305 planetary systems, popping out of the observational data from NASA’s Kepler space telescope. “We’ve almost doubled today the number of planets
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