NASA’s Planet Hunter TESS Will Begin Work This Month

The newest satellite sent into space to hunt for alien worlds will begin the search before the end of July. TESS, short for Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, was launched to the Earth’s... Read more »

NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope Is Slowly Dying As It Remains Out Of Fuel

After finding thousands of exoplanets since it was launched into space in 2009, the Kepler Space Telescope reached the end of its life. It is not time to retire, according to NASA’s... Read more »

Astronomers Discover a Newborn Planet 370 Light Years Away

The first photo of its kind shows a newborn planet that is taking shape 370 light years from Earth. Gas and dust surround it, and the image is the first confirmation of... Read more »

“Are We Alone?” Asks an Exoplanet Scientist at NASA

In just ten years, scientists have discovered thousands of exoplanets, learning that there are many worlds in our galaxy, but are they able to host life? And if they are, could we... Read more »

There Are 121 Gas Giants With Habitable Moons

After NASA’s Kepler telescope was launched in 2009, it started identifying exoplanets that orbit other stars. Until now, astronomers used it to find more than 2,000 planets. The main mission of the... Read more »

Astronomers Believe There Are 121 Planets With Habitable Moons. Will They Also Find Signs of Alien Life?

Over 100 planets have moons that could be inhabited, found astronomers. They were looking into the cosmos to detect signs of extraterrestrial life. NASA launched the Kepler space telescope in 2009, and... Read more »

The Most Advanced Camera In the World Was Created to Find Alien Life

In a team effort, physicists and astronomers from different countries have worked together to create the best camera on the planet. However, it’s not for regular use in panoramas or selfies on... Read more »