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Surprise: Earth-sized Planets Are Common

Kamuela, Hawaii – A team of astronomers from the University of California, Berkeley and the University of Hawaii at Manoa has found that 17 percent of all sun-like stars have planets one to two... Read more »

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Scientists Discover System with Three Planets in Habitable Zone

Kamuela, HI --  A team of scientists recently confirmed six, and possibly seven, planets orbiting a star system a mere 22 light-years from Earth. More importantly, three of those planets are... Read more »

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Observing Run: Comet ISON Dr. Carey Lisse

Join in on rebroadcast from October 26, 2013 of a rare look into science in the making at the W. M. Keck Observatory, home of the largest and most scientifically... Read more »

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First Earth-Sized, Rocky Exoplanet Found

Kamuela, Hawaii  –  A team of astronomers has found the first Earth-sized planet outside the solar system that has a rocky composition like that of Earth. This exoplanet, known as Kepler-78b,... Read more »

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One in Five Stars Has Earth-sized Planet in Habitable Zone

Waimea, Hawaii – Scientists from University of California, Berkeley, and University of Hawaii, Manoa, have statistically determined that twenty percent of Sun-like stars in our galaxy have... Read more »

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Kepler Team Validates 41 New Exoplanets with Keck I

Mauna Kea, Hawaii – The Kepler team today reports on four years of observations from the W. M. Keck Observatory targeting Kepler's exoplanet systems, announcing results this week at the American... Read more »

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Rare Brown Dwarf Discovery Provides Benchmark for Future Exoplanet Research

MAUNA KEA, HAWAII – A team of researchers led by Justin R. Crepp, the Freimann Assistant Professor of Physics at the University of Notre Dame, has directly imaged a very rare type of brown dwarf... Read more »

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On Keck 1, we have CIT observers using LRIS-ADC. On Keck 2, we have Yale observers using DEIMOS. Sun set 06:29:00pm rise 06:01:00am
CIT observers will use LRIS-ADC on Keck 1, and UCD/UCSC observers will use DEIMOS on Keck 2 tonight. Sun set 06:30:00pm rise 06:01:00am
Our guests tonight are observers from CIT and ANU, using LRIS-ADC and DEIMOS respectively. Sun set 06:31:00pm rise 06:00:00am
Aloha Friday! This is from Bo Bleckel shot from Maine. Where's your shot of the night sky? pic.twitter.com/xyj3SP1j3J