Do aliens exist? NASA likely to make big revelation this week

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The teleconference will take place on December 14 and will be live-streamed on Nasa's website.

NASA is going to hold a press conference regarding the Kepler mission. The "internet went aflutter" using his theory in relationship to the unusual discovery, Wright said, but he cautioned, "you should reserve the alien hypothesis as a last resort".

The Kepler telescope-which launched in 2009-has discovered thousands of planets outside of our solar system.

Kepler's initial mission was completed in 2012. With data gathered by Kepler, astronomers now believe that there is likely at least one planet that orbits every star in the heavens. Most of these findings were made between 2009 - 2013 during Kepler's first mission. The Kepler space telescope has also found the Goldilocks Zone, where several planets are orbiting and where the general temperature is warm enough to support the properties of liquid. The second mission confirmed that there are 178 exoplanets that exist till this day, and that there are 515 additional potential planets.

In 2014, the spacecraft began a new extended mission called K2, which continues the search for exoplanets, while introducing new research opportunities to study young stars, supernovae and other cosmic phenomena, the release added.

Three planets pass between the telescope and Kepler-11, August 26, 2010. The telescope has been instrumental in the discovery of 2,500 planets with approximately 2,000 more to be studied.

Experts from both NASA and Google are expected to be in attendance to explain this latest find, which is speculated to be big news. An official announcement on the NASA website said it is gearing up for a teleconference to reveal a major breakthrough made by the Kepler space telescope, which is now hunting the universe for exoplanets.

Christopher Shallue, a senior software engineer at Google AI in Mountain View, California. The Google Brain research team conducted research which allows robots to pick up sand, but also is teaching machines how to be fair. "Machine learning is an approach to artificial intelligence, and demonstrates new ways of analyzing Kepler data", said NASA in a press release meant to tease the highly anticipated reveals on the conference, as reported by The Inquisitr.



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