Kepler No Longer In Emergency Mode

Credit: NASA

COLORADO SPRINGS — NASA’s exoplanet-hunting Kepler space telescope is no longer in “emergency mode,” the mission team based at the agency’s Ames Research Center announced April 11. An assessment of telemetry streaming back to Earth for the remainder of this week could permit Kepler to join a novel...

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