The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has called a press conference on Thursday to announce a "new" discovery by its planet-hunting Kepler space telescope that can be the turning point in its hunt for alien life. "The idea is that if advanced alien civilizations build planet-sized megastructures - solar panels, ring worlds, telescopes, beacons, whatever - Kepler might be able to distinguish them from planets", Wright wrote in a blog post.
The crew at the Kepler Space Telescope has been hunting for alien life since 2009, and now they have discovered something spell bounding. The discovery was driven by Google's machine-learning artificial intelligence software.
Exactly what has been discovered won't be revealed until Thursday, but with Kepler there's always a good chance that some new distant planets will be part of the reveal.
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The space agency vociferated for a press teleconference which will be streamed live on NASA Live. Thanks to its discoveries, scientists now believe there to be at least one planet orbiting every star in the sky.
Kepler's original mission was completed in 2012. Kepler has already found 3,400 new exoplanets, planets which orbit stars other than our sun.
'The discovery was made by researchers using machine learning from Google, ' Nasa said. This has confirmed the existence of 178 exoplanets to date, with 515 further potential planets. Attendees include Paul Hertz, the director of NASA's Astrophysics division in Washington D.C., and Christopher Shallue from Google. Shallue is also a senior research engineer at Google, Google Brain, which is Google's machine intelligence research team. K2 is also "introducing new research opportunities to study young stars, supernovae and other cosmic phenomena", according to the press release.