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Science never takes a holiday -- the storied Hubble space telescope took its one millionth image over July 4th, reports NASA, eyeballing a planet orbiting a nearby star for signs of water in its atmosphere.
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STScI runs the routine science data processing pipeline and archiving for Kepler data ... they have identified about 1200 planet candidates in all, including one system with six planets.
"We went from zero to 68 Earth-sized planet candidates and zero to 54 candidates in the habitable zone - a region where liquid water could exist on a planet’s surface. Some candidates could even have moons with liquid water," said William Borucki of NASA’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif., the Kepler mission’s science principal investigator. "Five of the planetary candidates are both near Earth-size and orbit in the habitable zone of their parent stars."