1. NASA drops insane map of 4,000 planets outside our solar system  CNET
  2. NASA Just Released an Incredible Map of All Known Exoplanets  Futurism
  3. Animation maps 4,000 exoplanets in the night sky in 60 seconds  INSIDER
  4. 4000 exoplanets, in sight and sound  SYFY WIRE
  5. NASA video celebrates the discovery of the 4,000th exoplanet  Digital Trends
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In just a few decades, we've gone from knowing of no planets beyond the solar system to thousands. Here's how it happened.In just a few decades, we've gone from knowing of no planets beyond the solar system to thousands. Here's how it happened.

NASA drops insane map of 4,000 planets outside our solar system - CNET

Since 1992, astronomers have discovered thousands of new worlds in deep space, and some may be habitable. A new YouTube video celebrates that feat.Since 1992, astronomers have discovered thousands of new worlds in deep space, and some may be habitable. A new YouTube video celebrates that feat.

Animated map reveals 4,000 exoplanet discoveries in the night sky - INSIDER

NASA just dropped an astonishing elaborate map of the over 4,003 exoplanets that we know to exist outside our Solar System.NASA just dropped an astonishing elaborate map of the over 4,003 exoplanets that we know to exist outside our Solar System.

NASA Just Released an Incredible Map of All Known Exoplanets

Exoplanets are celestial bodies outside of our solar system, with some potentially able to sustain life. A new NASA video celebrates the discovery of 4,000 exoplanets by powerful space telescopes since 1992. The now-retired Kepler telescope found most of them, but the new TESS satellite is expected to find many more.Exoplanets are celestial bodies outside of our solar system, with some potentially able to sustain life. A new NASA video celebrates the discovery of 4,000 exoplanets by powerful space telescopes since 1992. The now-retired Kepler telescope found most of them, but the new TESS satellite is expected to find many more.

Nasa Video Celebrates the Discovery of the 4,000th Exoplanet | Digital Trends

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A wonderful video shows where and when the first 4,000 exoplanets were found, using music and color to represent various features of the planets.In mid-June, the field of exoplanetary astronomy hit a big milestone: The discovery of the 4000th exoplanet. Wow. That’s a lot of alien worlds!

Bad Astronomy | 4000 exoplanets, in sight and sound