One Search to (Almost) Rule Them All: Hundreds of Hidden Planets Found in Kepler Data 

That’s the cool thing about having raw data: new techniques can reveal ever more information

Artist’s concept shows how the view of the K2 phase of NASA’s Kepler mission swept across the sky in search of planets orbiting other stars. Credit: NASA Ames, JPL-Caltech and T. Pyle

Improved data analysis could substantially increase the total known planets from NASA’s K2 mission, revealing fascinating new worlds and intriguing planetary patterns

Source: One Search to (Almost) Rule Them All: Hundreds of Hidden Planets Found in Kepler Data – Scientific American

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