SFN #163: Kepler Confirmed Exoplanets Doubled! Here's How They Did It

On May 10th, the team from NASA's Kepler Space Telescope announced a whopping 1,284 new confirmed exoplanets from the Kepler Dataset. Usually this happens one or two at a time, how do we suddenly get 1,284 all at once? SFN Theme by Stephen Dubois,

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On May 10th, the team from NASA's Kepler Space Telescope announced a whopping 1,284 new confirmed exoplanets from the Kepler Dataset. Usually this happens one or two at a time, how do we suddenly get 1,284 all at once?

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