MEDIA ADVISORY: M10-120 | NASA will hold a media teleconference Thursday, Aug. 26, at 1 p.m. EDT to discuss the Kepler spacecraft's latest discovery about an intriguing planetary system...
-Video (r) -T. Darnell (Deep Astronomy)
-NASA News Audio Live Streaming: [here]
Thursday's teleconference announcement will include participation by senior NASA scientists and Kepler mission researchers, including principal investigator William Borucki, at the space agency's Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California......STAY TUNED.
-Video talk by Dimitar Sasselov, Co-Investigator, Kepler Science Team
Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics [kepler blog]
-How we found hundreds of potential Earth-like planets. [link]
Characteristics of Kepler Planetary Candidates Based on the First Data Set: The Majority are Found to be Neptune-Size and Smaller: [read]
William J. Borucki, for the Kepler Team
(Submitted on 14 Jun 2010)
-Copernican Begins Modern Science (Revolution) Read.
VIDEO: Life in the Universe #3: The Great Filter: [view]
Another great video from T. Darnell (Deep Astronomy)
Video Recap of Kepler’s One Year Anniversary (3/6/2009) [view]
And now, soon to announce the results from Kepler; which include the "discovery of an intriguing planetary system."