I hadn't realised
that WFIRST had been brought back to life after being a victim of the orange shitgibbon. That's good news (although I bet most of the Earth observation stuff he also killed is still dead, which is very bad news).
NASA’s in-development Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope could help scientists discover as many as 1,400 distant exoplanets, according to new estimates. The mission, dubbed WFIRST, was proposed in 2010 by the US National Research Council. Seen as a successor to the retired orbiting Kepler space telescope, WFIRST will also be …
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