To Understand Habitability, We Need to Return to Venus
To Understand Habitability, We Need to Return to Venus

“You can feel what it’s like on Venus here on Earth,” said Kevin McGouldrick from the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics at the University of Colorado, Boulder. “Heat a hot plate until it glows red, place your palm on its surface and then run over that hand with a truck.”

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Artificial Intelligence Has Just Found Two Exoplanets: What Does This Mean For Planet Hunting?
Artificial Intelligence Has Just Found Two Exoplanets: What Does This Mean For Planet Hunting?

The media was abuzz last week with the latest NASA news conference. A neural network — a form of artificial intelligence or machine learning — developed at Google had found two planets in data previously collected by NASA’s prolific Kepler Space Telescope. It’s a technique that could ultimately track-down our most Earth-like planets.

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To Understand Habitability, We Need to Return to Venus
Artificial Intelligence Has Just Found Two Exoplanets: What Does This Mean For Planet Hunting?
To Understand Habitability, We Need to Return to Venus

“You can feel what it’s like on Venus here on Earth,” said Kevin McGouldrick from the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics at the University of Colorado, Boulder. “Heat a hot plate until it glows red, place your palm on its surface and then run over that hand with a truck.”

[READ MORE]

Artificial Intelligence Has Just Found Two Exoplanets: What Does This Mean For Planet Hunting?

The media was abuzz last week with the latest NASA news conference. A neural network — a form of artificial intelligence or machine learning — developed at Google had found two planets in data previously collected by NASA’s prolific Kepler Space Telescope. It’s a technique that could ultimately track-down our most Earth-like planets.

[READ MORE]

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