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NASA announces that the "Kepler" spacecraft has expended all its fuel and will be retired after nearly 10 years of service, having found more than 2,600 exoplanets.

NASA’s revolutionary planet-hunting Kepler space telescope has run out of fuel and will be retired, the space agency announced Tuesday. During its nine-year mission, Kepler found more than 2,600 planets outside the solar system and revolutionized our understanding of our place in the universe.

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  1. NASA announces that the "Kepler spacecraft" has expended all its fuel and will be retired after nearly 10 years of service having found more than 2,600 exoplanets.
  2. NASA announces that the "Kepler" spacecraft has expended all its fuel and will be retired after nearly 10 years of service, having found more than 2,600 exoplanets.

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