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Kepler Search Finds Two New Cozy, Possibly Watery Planets Around Faraway Star
Scientists can't know for sure if the worlds have water. But they could, making them a potential habitat for life.
Kepler’s Hunt For Planets Outside Our Solar System: The Greatest Hits
These findings have changed the way we see our solar system.
Planets Like Earth Could Be Closer Than You Think
A fresh look at planetary data from the Kepler space telescope provides new leads for Earth-like exo-planets.
Billions And Billions: Our Galaxy Has At Least 100 Billion Planets, Of Which 17 Billion Are Earthlike
There is also a cornucopia of comets.
New Telescope To Hunt For Earth’s Twin
CHEOPS will be able to tell a planet's makeup, helping explain how supersized Earths form in other solar systems.
At SETIcon 2012: Planetary Spit-Swapping, Dark Energy As a Singularity and Other Bizarro Space Science
This is ground control to SETIcon
How The Last Transit of Venus in Our Lifetime Will Help Us Find Other Planets
Tomorrow's historical astronomical event is not just a beautiful novelty
Kepler Spots a Doomed Planet Slowly Evaporating into Space
Of all the ways planets can die–consumed by their host stars, for instance, or obliterated by a collision with another … Continued
Discovered: The First Earth-Sized Worlds Outside Our Solar System
The smallest exoplanets yet
Kepler Team Confirms First Earth-like Planet in a Habitable Zone, And Finds 1,094 More Worlds
The exoplanet census is doubled again