Jupiter’s ‘dead’ telescope can be seen outside the graveyard

The exoplanet, spotted by NASA’s Kepler space telescope, was identified as K2-2016-BLG-0005Lb. (Photo: D. Specht et al, Kepler K2)

NASA’s Kepler space telescope has seen a Jupiter-like spacecraft in recent years, even though the maker stopped work four years ago.

A global team of astrophysicists using NASA Kepler space telescope, which ceased operations in 2018, has identified an exoplanet like Jupiter that is 17,000 light -years away from Earth, the most distant exoplanet found by Kepler. of the exoplanetselected K2-2016-BLG-0005Lb, identified in data captured by Kepler in 2016. During its lifetime, Kepler saw over 2,700 hotels currently booked.

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