NASA Racing to Fix Spacecraft That's Stuck in Emergency Mode

NASA discovered last week that the Kepler spacecraft, initially launched in 2009 to discover Earth-sized planets orbiting other stars, had kicked into emergency mode in deep space, prompting efforts on Earth to recalibrate the unmanned observatory.
0:25 | 04/11/16

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NASA's Kepler spacecraft is in trouble the planet hunter is almost 75 miles from earth and has gone. Into emergency road mode rather fir some unknown reason that means it's burning through its feel more quickly Kepler was doing just fine a week ago. Based telescope was launched six years ago to hunt for earth like planet and it has found that nearly 5000. Of them packed house at 5000. Earth like planets are.

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