BLOG PICTURE SCIENCE
by Gary Niederhoff on December 19, 2011
Part 6 of Sensor Sensibility, featuring Sara Seager, Professor of planetary science and physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, on the latest findings of the Kepler mission.(TRT 7:34)
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