Pioneering Kepler Telescope’s Nine-Year Run Comes To An End

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Thomas Zurbuchen, NASA chief scientist, likes to talk about the agency’s quest for civilization-changing discoveries, modern day equivalents to the observations of Jupiter’s moons by 17th-century astronomer Galileo Galilei that shattered the notion of Earth as the center of the Universe. Few...

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