The capiller space telescope has gone out of fuel and will be retired after a 9-2/2 mission, in which it detected more than our solar system and will help find worldwide non- Can stop the civil life.
The US space agency said 94 million miles (156 million km) from the ground is currently running when the spacecraft will move beyond our planet when mission engineers close their radio transmitter.
Telescope has reduced the number of different population of the planet, which remains in our galaxy galaxy, resulting in the distant star systems are inhabited with billions of planets, and even outside our solar system The goat targeted the first moon.
The Captain telescope discovered more than 2,600 Exoplanets – for the planet out of our solar system – which has been documented in the past two decades.
Four years later, its positioning system broke in 2013, however scientists found a way to keep it operational. But telescope has now gone beyond the required fuel for further operations, due to its retirement.
“Although it may be a tragic event, we are not unhappy with the performance of this wonderful machine. The original and nineteenth year of Captain was two times more than the actual target,” Charlie Sobk, NASA’s research system engineer, Emesa Research in California The Center told reporters on a conference call.
The Captor was successful by NASA’s transfer Exoplanet Survey Satellite, or TESS, which was launched in April. TESS is a two-year-old mission of $ 337 million.
On March 6, 2009, NASA launched the Captain Telescope, to know that Earth-like planets can portage life-saving systems or are common in other star systems. During his mission, Kepler found 2,681 certified planets and 2,899 candidates, up to 5,580. This number is about 50 such as the size and size of the earth.
Captain, now retired Chief Investor, William Barkey, told reporters, “Basically, the opener opened the door of the cosmos for humans.”
Borakey described his favorite prepentant, which had more than 600 light years from Earth, and was first seen by Telbek in 2009, named Kepler 22B. It is possible that the “world of water” is the size of the earth probably covered with the ocean and with a water-based environment. Water is considered as a vital ingredient for life.
Captain’s figure also estimated that a planet is a common and baptized like solid surface, earth and Mars, or gasis. Imtiaz helped scientists potentially earthly planet in zero and improved the difficulties to find life.
Captain used a tension method called Transit Phototropic, which saw frequent drips in the light of stars, due to passing or moving in front of them.