Kepler Finds New Exoplanets Orbiting Two Stars

NASA’s astronomers have spotted the 10th planet orbiting around two stars that make the circumbinary system, the system completely unknown before Kepler mission. The exoplanet, known as Kepler 453b, is 6.2 times larger than the Earth in its diameter, and is located in the so-called habitable zone, the zone suitable for life existence.

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