宇宙望遠鏡ケプラー燃料尽きる

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ついに宇宙望遠鏡ケプラー(Kepler)の燃料は燃え尽きてしまったようです。

宇宙望遠鏡ケプラー(Kepler)の燃料残危機からケプラー(Kepler)からのデータを送受信はできていたということでしたが、ついに宇宙望遠鏡ケプラー(Kepler)の燃料は燃え尽きてしまったようです。

NASAアメリカ航空宇宙局(National Aeronautics and Space Administration)ケプラー(Kepler)公式情報等を貼り付けます。

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After nine years in deep space collecting data that indicate our sky to be filled with billions of hidden planets – more planets even than stars – NASA’s Kepler space telescope has run out of fuel needed for further science operations. NASA has decided to retire the spacecraft within its current, safe orbit, away from Earth. This illustration depicts the planet-hunting space telescope. Kepler leaves a legacy of more than 2,600 planet discoveries from outside our solar system, many of which could be promising places for life. More info: go.nasa.gov/2P1k3jQ Image credit: NASA/W. Stenzel/D. Rutter #nasa #ames #nasasiliconvalley #kepler #keplerspacetelescope #planets #exoplanets #space

NASA Amesさん(@nasaames)がシェアした投稿 –

The Legacy of NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope: More Planets Than Stars NASA’s Ames Research Center

After nine years spent in deep space collecting data that revealed our night sky to be filled with trillions of hidden planets, more planets even than stars, NASA is ending the Kepler space telescope’s science operations. Kepler leaves a legacy of more than 2,600 planet discoveries, some of which could be promising places for life.

NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope: Next Steps in the Search for Life NASA’s Ames Research Center