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NASA and Google will announce today an important discovery

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NASA and Google will announce today an important discovery
NASA and Google will announce today an important discovery

The NASA has made an important discovery, and has done so with the help of Kepler Telescope and Google Artificial Intelligence. Most likely it has to do with the discovery of new potentially habitable planets, given that this telescope is in charge of tracking the universe in search of exoplanets with characteristics similar to ours.

In any case, the mystery will be resolved today December 14 at 7:00 PM GTM +1, time of Spain peninsultar. It is the time chosen for the joint press conference of NASA and Google in which the announcement will be made official and we will finally know what they have discovered in the universe that surrounds us. New planets with the potential to receive life?

According to the statement published by the agency on its website, the discovery has to do with “new ways of analyzing the data collected by Kepler” based on Google Machine Learning. This may mean that the telescope has found new celestial objects or that a reanalysis of existing data has revealed something that had been overlooked.

The conference will be broadcasted live for everyone on the Internet from NASA itself. You can ask questions in advance to the attendees through the Twitter hashtag #askNASA.

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If it is confirmed that NASA has found new potentially habitable planets , it would be at least the second time in a very short period of time that it has done so. Not too many months ago, in a similar press conference, they announced the discovery of exoplanets that could harbor life only 40 light-years from Earth, a distinction that in star terminus is practically next door.

It is already eight years ago that the Kepler telescope used to analyze the universe to identify new planets. More than 2,500 are located, although not all are compatible with life. They need to be in the so-called “habitability zone” of a star that is not too hot or too cold.

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