'Kepler' Orbital Telescope Spots Five Planets

Tuesday, January 05, 2010

Scientists working on the Kepler orbital telescope mission have found five new planets orbiting stars that are relatively nearby to us.  To tell us more is William Borucki, principal investigator for the Kepler Mission.


William Borucki

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