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NASA to launch planet-hunting mission with Google-backed satellite

2,740 new candidate planets have been discovered: get the full list

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NASA's Kepler mission has identified 2,740 new potential planets, with a handful sitting in their sun's habitable zone. Explore them all in our visualisationGet the dataMore data journalism and data visualisations from the GuardianAstronomers announced yesterday that one in six stars in the Milky Way - or 17% - host...
2,740 new candidate planets have been discovered: get the full list

Angry Birds Make Plans to Head Into Space

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Having fully taken over Earth, the Angry Birds are looking for new planets to conquer. Next month, Rovio plans to launch Angry Birds Space, which it says is the biggest expansion of the franchise thus far. “Angry Birds Space is a completely new game with innovative new gameplay, but with...
Angry Birds Make Plans to Head Into Space

"Solar Systems" Common Across the Milky Way, NASA Probe Hints --Bodes Well for a 'Super Earth' Discovery

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A new study based on Kepler data says that such multiplanet discoveries similar to the Kepler Mission's announcement last week of 26 new planets in 11 star systems will become more common, because multiple-planet systems are much less likely than......
"Solar Systems" Common Across the Milky Way, NASA Probe Hints --Bodes Well for a 'Super Earth' Discovery

Planets Defense - review

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Android, iPhone, iPad; Lightworks; £1.49Reading this on mobile? Click here to viewPlanets Defense is a game of solar system domination with no plot or scene setting, just you against the red spaceships. Your job is to mine resources, build and upgrade spacecraft and colonise new planets, while defending your bases....
Planets Defense - review
Forever alone? How NASA's Kepler craft is finding another Earth

Science Weekly podcast: Citizen science

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In this week's show we delve into the world of crowdsourced science to find out why scientists are increasingly relying on members of the public to make observations, gather information and analyse vast clumps of data. The list of crowdsourced projects is seemingly endless, from folding proteins in computer games,...
Science Weekly podcast: Citizen science
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