Kepler Telescope Discovers 26 New Exoplanets
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26 EXOPLANETS FOUND BY THE KEPLER TELESCOPE
Kepler-20e and Kepler-20f: These are two exoplanets orbiting a Sun-like star called Kepler-20; the first two exoplanets discovered were equal in size to Earth.
Kepler-9d: This was the second exoplanet slightly larger than Earth’s discovered around a sun-like star.
Kepler-69c: Exoplanet orbiting within the habitable zone, potentially high to host living things.
Kepler-62 Star System: A star with five planets orbiting around it with a size similar to Earth, analyzes indicate that at least 2 of those planets are in the habitable zone and are potentially habitable.
Kepler-16b: The first known exoplanet to orbit a binary star.
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1:10 THE PLANETS OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM
1:34 ARE WE ALONE IN THE UNIVERSE?
3:05 NEW SOLAR SYSTEMS
5:02 KEPLER TELESCOPE
8:45 Cygnus and Lyra
10:22 26 EXOPLANETS FOUND BY THE KEPLER TELESCOPE
12:24 MISSION OVERVIEW K2
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