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TESS, NASA’s planet-hunting space satellite, begins science operations

Illustration of the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) in front of a lava planet orbiting its host star. TESS will identify thousands of potential new planets for further study and ... read more

NASA's TESS spacecraft begins its planet hunting operation

National Aeronautics and Space Administration, or NASA’s, Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) has started its search for new planets, marking the official beginning of operations on July 25, ... read more

NASA’s planet-hunting TESS satellite: What you need to know

According to Space.com, the stable orbit will allow TESS ... NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite launched on Monday, April 16 aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Pad 40 at Cape Canaveral, ... read more

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NASA's TESS satellite mission begins search for new planets

A NASA satellite launched in April has started operations, beginning the search ... deploying in an orbit between Earth and the moon. TESS follows the launch of NASA's Kepler, a planet-hunting space ... read more


NASA's planet-hunting satellite starts science operations as it looks for new worlds

NASA ... Survey Satellite has officially started science operations, and that it should receive its first round of data back here on Earth later this month. The satellite, TESS for short, is the U.S. ... read more

NASA’s new planet-hunting satellite begins climb into science orbit

Artist’s illustration of TESS in space. Credit: NASA ... Survey Satellite fired its thrusters early Wednesday to begin boosting its orbit toward the moon for a May 17 gravity assist maneuver that will ... read more

TESS, NASA’s planet-hunting space satellite, begins science operations

NASA’s exoplanet-hunting satellite TESS is fully operational and has begun scanning the skies for distant planets, NASA reported on Friday. And maybe, just maybe, it will spy signs of life outside of ... read more



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