NASA's TESS Completes Primary Mission

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Tests has finished its primary mission imaging about seventy five percent of the starry skies. This is innovation. Now, bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future masses transiting exoplanet survey satellite spent the first year of its mission observing sectors of the southern sky. Then another year imaging, the northern sky using its four onboard cameras from this giant mosaic tests has found sixty six new exoplanets worlds beyond our solar system and has identified more than two thousand additional candidates. Astronomers are excitedly working to confirm task has also observed the outburst of a comet several exploding stars and watched as A. Black. Hole in a distant galaxy shredded a sun like star. Now, in its extended mission, the team has made improvements to the way the satellite collects and processes data making it faster and sending texts into a plane. The satellite has yet to explore missions like tests contribute to the field of astro biology the research about what conditions on distant worlds might harbor life and what format life could take an each new discovery gives us a glimpse into what lies beyond our solar system

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