Alien Life Possible on Frozen ‘Super Earth’ Exoplanet Which is Six Light Years Away

An exoplanet candidate found orbiting a star six light years away from our planet has just been declared by scientists an exoplanet, and it’s called Barnard b. Back in November 2018, researchers... Read more »

New Planet Found By Citizen Team of Volunteer Astronomers

The Kepler Space Telescope is sleeping and not expected to wake up since it’s out of fuel. However, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, or as we all know it – TESS, is... Read more »

New Alien Planet Found By NASA’s Exoplanet Hunter TESS

NASA’s new exoplanet hunter called TESS – the abbreviation for Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite – is pretty good at discovering alien planets outside our solar system. We call them exoplanets, and scientists... Read more »

The Newest Planet Hunter Found Two Possible Exoplanets

The leader of the TESS mission, MIT astrophysicist Sara Seager had an exciting announcement. NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) has successfully started its operations and already found two new exoplanet candidates,... Read more »

Did TESS Find Alien Life? The Exoplanet Hunter Just Found a Super-Earth in Deep Space

TESS, the Transitioning Exoplanet Survey Satellite was launched this year in April, aboard of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. It reached the orbit, successfully completed tests and even sent awesome images to... Read more »

NASA’s Kepler Just Woke Up, Ready to Hunt For More Planets

Guess who’s up and running again? NASA has announced on 5 September that their old planet-hunting spacecraft, Kepler, is now awake from its hibernation and sessions of repair, ready to scan the... Read more »

NASA’s Planet Hunter TESS Already Photographed a Passing Comet

The new space telescope TESS has started its job a few days ago and while preparing to scan for planets outside our solar system, it spotted a comet passing by. It was... Read more »

NASA’s TESS Spacecraft Has Officially Begun the Hunt for Exoplanets

It’s been a while since NASA launched TESS, which stands for Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite. But before getting ready to officially begin looking for planets outside our solar system, TESS had to... Read more »