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"Superflares" can make life difficult on Earth's next exoplanet

The illustration of a strong flare from the red dwarf star Proxima Centauri Picture credits: Roberto Molar Candanosa / Carnegie Institution for Science, NASA / SDO, NASA / JPL Earth's next exoplanet could be hard due to UV radiation so it is hard for life to survive there, as a new study suggests. This planet, the rough Earth mass Proxima …

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Transit Exoplanet Survey Satellite Launch – The Financial

The article from the launch of the Transit Exoplanet Survey Satellite – the first source of space exploration and satellite technology. One of NASA's latest inventions is TESS. It is one of the youngest space telescopes to be expanded in the form of the Transit Exoplanet Survey Satellite. This job is considered unique. The main task of TESS is to …

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Exoplanet search can be supported by foreign atmospheres

Researchers Sarah Hörst and Chao He of Johns Hopkins University study samples of simulated atmospheres in a dry nitrogen glove box. The research team mixed atmospheres for nine simulated exoplanets to test which nebulae are created in the lab. (Will Kirk / Homewood Photography) While telescopes in space can scan the sky without disturbing the earth's clouds, they still encounter …

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NASA's next exoplanet hunter will search near the hometown

Filling the shoes of NASA's Kepler spacecraft will not be easy. Since its launch in 2009, Kepler has discovered nearly three quarters of the 3,700 known exoplanets. And there are thousands more candidates waiting to be confirmed. NASA is taking a different path with its next planet hunt mission. On April 16, the agency plans to launch the $ 337 …

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