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    Alien Planets Discovery Documentary – How did We Come Upon this Exoplanets?

    Since the launch of NASA’s Kepler space telescope in 2009, scientists have uncovered thousands of distant exoplanets in the deep depths of space. Scientists in California and Australia are now hoping to expand upon Kepler’s work with 121 planets potentially hosting life-supporting moons. The key to finding a habitable exoplanet or moon is to find […] More

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    How did We Come Upon this Exoplanets? Alien Planets Discovery Documentary

    Since the launch of NASA’s Kepler space telescope in 2009, scientists have uncovered thousands of distant exoplanets in the deep depths of space. Scientists in California and Australia are now hoping to expand upon Kepler’s work with 121 planets potentially hosting life-supporting moons. The key to finding a habitable exoplanet or moon is to find […] More

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    Alien Planets Discovery Documentary – How did We Come Upon this Exoplanets?

    Since the launch of NASA’s Kepler space telescope in 2009, scientists have uncovered thousands of distant exoplanets in the deep depths of space. Scientists in California and Australia are now hoping to expand upon Kepler’s work with 121 planets potentially hosting life-supporting moons. The key to finding a habitable exoplanet or moon is to find […] More

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    Alien Planets Discovery Documentary – How did We Come Upon this Exoplanets?

    Since the launch of NASA’s Kepler space telescope in 2009, scientists have uncovered thousands of distant exoplanets in the deep depths of space. Scientists in California and Australia are now hoping to expand upon Kepler’s work with 121 planets potentially hosting life-supporting moons. The key to finding a habitable exoplanet or moon is to find […] More

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    Alien Planets Discovery Documentary – How did We Come Upon this Exoplanets?

    Since the launch of NASA’s Kepler space telescope in 2009, scientists have uncovered thousands of distant exoplanets in the deep depths of space. Scientists in California and Australia are now hoping to expand upon Kepler’s work with 121 planets potentially hosting life-supporting moons. The key to finding a habitable exoplanet or moon is to find […] More