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"Beyond Kepler" --NASA Reveals Plans to Probe Milky Way's Center for Habitable Planets

NASA's Wide Field Instrument will use Gravitational microlensing to complete the survey of exoplanets down to ten times smaller than the earth starting in mid-2020s. It will have a field of view that is 100 times greater than the Hubble...
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