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Nasas New Planet Hunter On Track To Start Science Work This Month

Greetings Earthlings: We are out of our element. The data, which at one time was within this realm, might have been zapped to another dimension. Scanning for new information . . . Guess what. I dropped it.

Some hidden links were discovered.

As NASA’s prized telescopes falter, astronomers fear losing their eyes in space
Oct 18th, 2018 02:00 UTC Shrinking budgets and delayed projects means astronomers will lose some of their key eyes in the skies before NASA can launch new telescopes. It will make some research impossible. “The unwillingness

NASA’s Kepler Spacecraft Wakes Up Again
(Oct 2018) NASA’s planet-hunting telescope . NASA is planning to collect as much science data as possible, forcing the spacecraft to enter sleep mode occasionally. Once the latest data has been downloaded, Kep

New Planet-Hunting Space Telescope is Already Finding New Worlds
(since Sep, 2018) In just six weeks of science observations, NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) has already found 50 possible new . start for TESS, which is supposed to find 50 rocky planets

TESS Space Telescope Will Find Thousands of Planets, But Astronomers Seek a Select Few
(since Sep, 2018) NASA’s newest planet hunter has likely . but a surfeit of new planets could be rolling in thanks to a candidate list 73 deep and counting—an impressive haul for a space telescope that took its first

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Did you see that strange blue light? It was blue and sort of glowing.