NASA's Kepler telescope discovers 104 new planets during K2 Mission

oneindianews | 20 Jul 2016

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NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope has identified 104 new planets outside of our galaxy and among them there are four planets that could potentially accommodate life. In a statement NASA said that two are “too hot to support life as we know, but two are in the star’s ‘habitable’ zone, where liquid water could exist on the surface.”

NASA's Kepler telescope discovers 104 new planets during K2 Mission

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