Press Release — First Discovery of an Earth-sized Planet in the Habitable ZoneFor the first time, an Earth-sized planet has been found in the habitable zone of its star.
Kepler 186f — First Earth-sized Planet Orbiting in Habitable Zone of Another Star A team of scientists, including SETI Institute researcher Elisa Quintana, has confirmed the first Earth-sized planet orbiting in the habitable zone of a star other than the Sun.
Kepler 186f — First Earth-sized Planet Orbiting in Habitable Zone of Another Star A video interview with Elisa Quintana, Tom Barclay and Jason Rowe about the recent discovery of an Earth-sized planet in the habitable zone of another star. Hosted by Jill Tarter.
The WFIRST/AFTA astrophysics mission: bigger and better for exoplanetsTom Greene of NASA Ames discusses the Wide Field InfRared Survey Telescope mission, the highest priority large space project recommended by the 2010 Astronomy and Astrophysics Decadal Survey.
Big Picture Science Radio Show — That's Containment! We all crave power—to run laptops, charge cell phones, and play Angry Birds. But why don’t batteries last longer? Discover why their technology is stuck in the 1800s.
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