AI News, Earth to exoplanet: Hunting for planets with machine learning
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Earth to exoplanet: Hunting for planets with machine learning
For thousands of years, people have looked up at the stars, recorded observations, and noticed patterns.
Today, with the help of technologies like telescope optics, space flight, digital cameras, and computers, it’s possible for us to extend our understanding beyond our own sun and detect planets around other stars.
Compared to their host stars, exoplanets are cold, small and dark—about as tricky to spot as a firefly flying next to a searchlight … from thousands of miles away.
One of the main ways astrophysicists search for exoplanets is by analyzing large amounts of data from NASA’s Kepler mission with both automated software and manual analysis.
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