NASA’s TESS Planet-Hunting Satellite Launches Into Space | NBC News





NASA’s new planet-hunting TESS satellite launches into space from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. The satellite will ride into Earth orbit aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, beginning a two-year mission to study nearby star systems to look for alien worlds that might harbor life.
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3 thoughts on “NASA’s TESS Planet-Hunting Satellite Launches Into Space | NBC News

  1. A PogChamp for Humanity. Just hope all countries can cut fundings on fighting each other in this crowded planet, and contribute more to meaningful things that matter the future of our species.


  2. We will offer you this wonderful proposal for the discovery of the multiple universes and the secrets of the creation of the universe .Cosmic background radiation is the twilight of the Big Bang that created the universe
    .How many light years between Earth and the Twilight of the Big Bang?
    .We need advanced devices to measure distances of the universe remotely
    .Are there areas beyond cosmic background radiation?
    We need remote detectors .If there are areas beyond the twilight of the Big Bang,
    this is a sign of the multiple universes .
    We need detectors of light years to areas beyond cosmic background radiation

    .Please inform this proposal to technology and space technology professionals

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