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Posts Tagged ‘kepler’
When is an exoplanet not an exoplanet? When it’s a white dwarf…
The SETI Institute put on an insightful conference in Santa Clara last weekend, June 22nd through 24th.
Coming at you from the desk of the Director of the Morrison Planetarium, hand-picked stories in space and astronomy news.
Reporting from day three of the American Astronomical Society meeting in Austin, Texas…
Reptilian embryos, C. elegans in space and exoplanets galore—get ready for a wild Friday science news round-up!
NASA’s Kepler mission has discovered a Tatooine-like planet with two suns.
This week’s space news round-up includes a magma ocean, hot Jupiters and the hunt for Earth-like exoplanets…
The Kepler mission is already providing diverse data on exoplanets– might it also find life?
2010 was a roller coaster year for science news—think exoplanets, synthetic-life, arsenic-eating bacteria (or not!), earthquakes, volcanoes and of course, the Gulf oil spill.