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Kepler 186f: Is It Inhabited?

Kepler 186f: Is It Inhabited? | Science and the Developing World: Space Exploration | Scoop.it
A team of astronomers, after carefully combing data from NASA's Kepler space telescope, has finally nailed a world that might be similar to our own. But is it inhabited? Finding the answer is not easy....

Via Antonio E. Serrano PhD
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NASA's Kepler telescope continues to make amazing discoveries. 

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NASA Curiosity Rover to Drill Martian Sandstone Named 'Windjana' - Nature World News

NASA Curiosity Rover to Drill Martian Sandstone Named 'Windjana' - Nature World News | Science and the Developing World: Space Exploration | Scoop.it
Nature World News NASA Curiosity Rover to Drill Martian Sandstone Named 'Windjana' Nature World News NASA's Curiosity Mars rover may have a potential drilling candidate that is a Martian slab of sandstone named "Windjana," a NASA Jet Propulsion...
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Halfway to Red Planet - The Maitland Mercury

Halfway to Red Planet - The Maitland Mercury | Science and the Developing World: Space Exploration | Scoop.it
Halfway to Red Planet
The Maitland Mercury
Prior to this discovery, the “record holder” for the most “Earth-like” planet went to Kepler-62f, which is 40 per cent larger than Earth and orbits in its star's habitable zone.
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Earth 2.0? Astronomers reveal Kepler-186f, the latest planet in a habitable 'Goldilocks zone'

Earth 2.0? Astronomers reveal Kepler-186f, the latest planet in a habitable 'Goldilocks zone' | Science and the Developing World: Space Exploration | Scoop.it
A planet similar in size to Earth with surface temperatures suitable for water to exist in liquid form has been discovered orbiting a distant star in what is the strongest candidate yet for a habitable world outside the Solar System.

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Kepler-62f: A Possible Water World

Kepler-62f: A Possible Water World | Science and the Developing World: Space Exploration | Scoop.it
The rocky planet Kepler-62f could be covered in water, as long as there is enough cloud around the planet to warm the surface below. (Finding unlikely subsidies for our planet is no reason to continue our unjust neglect.
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Kepler 186f: Is It Inhabited?

Kepler 186f: Is It Inhabited? | Science and the Developing World: Space Exploration | Scoop.it
A team of astronomers, after carefully combing data from NASA's Kepler space telescope, has finally nailed a world that might be similar to our own. But is it inhabited? Finding the answer is not easy....

Via Antonio E. Serrano PhD
Chanz Green's insight:

NASA's Kepler telescope continues to make amazing discoveries. 

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