I spoke with Josh Strickland and a few of his students last week. We cover everything from exoplanets to education in this episode. Enjoy!
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You can find out more about Kepler with this link.
Kepler Mission Page
Find out more about TESS at this website.
This NASA website has some great content on astrobiology!
Astrobiology at NASA
I've talked about the Kepler space telescope and the namesake for this telescope before. Check out these season 1 episodes of The Space Shot to learn more.