The US space agency NASA says it has made the largest exoplanetary discovery ever.
The agency says the Kepler Telescope team has discovered 715 new planets outside the solar system. The new findings have doubled the number of planets known to humanity. 95-percent of these planets are smaller than Neptune and only four of them are orbiting their suns’ habitable zones. But scientists say they are less likely to harbor life. NASA launched Kepler in 2009 with the mission of finding earth-like planets. To date, the telescope has helped find nine-hundred-sixty-one exoplanets.
He who did not withhold or spare [even] His own Son but gave Him up for us all, will He not also with Him freely and graciously give us all [other] things? – Romans 8:32