When will we get our first glimpse of a new solar system?
We can’t wait.
It’s the most exciting time of our lives.
It would mean the world to us if we could finally get to the bottom of our solar System and see what we can learn about the Universe.
It also means the world a lot to astronomers.
And yes, even more exciting to our solar systems.
A new image from NASA’s Kepler mission has revealed a new world of stars, gas, and planets orbiting our Solar System.
The Kepler images are a major step towards understanding how the Universe formed and evolved, and how our Solar system is connected to our Solar systems distant cousins.
We’re just scratching the surface of this beautiful and exciting data.
But in case you’re interested, here are five things you need to know.
The Sun and other planets Kepler’s images have revealed an amazing array of planets orbiting the Sun.
The new images show that we have many more planets out there than we’ve ever seen.
The planet KIC 8462852, discovered in 2009, is a massive gas giant orbiting a very distant star, and its star is also much cooler than ours.
We can tell it’s a gas giant because it has very thin atmosphere.
The largest planets of our Solar Universe The largest stars in our Solar universe are also the ones with the greatest gravitational pull, with a radius of about 100 billion kilometers.
These are the most massive stars in the Universe, and they orbit each other and their parent stars at close to the speed of light.
Kepler has found these stars to be the most habitable for life on Earth, as they’re far away and provide enough material to fuel life for billions of years.
The most habitable planets are ones with temperatures that reach -200 degrees Celsius (-322 degrees Fahrenheit), with a rocky core that’s nearly 3,000 times more dense than Earth’s.
This means life could survive for billions, if not trillions of years on the planets that surround them.
The biggest stars in galaxies One of the most important things astronomers can learn from Kepler is that the Universe is full of massive, hot, massive stars.
This is because these stars produce the most intense radiation that can penetrate into our atmosphere and cause cosmic events.
In the Kepler images, we see stars that are 2,000 light years in diameter.
This gives astronomers a chance to understand how our Milky Way Galaxy works.
The star M65 is about 10,000 million years old.
The brightest star in the galaxy is M13, which is about 200 million light years away.
There’s a lot of stuff in the Kepler data There are billions of stars in each galaxy, so this data will provide an important insight into how these stars are formed.
For example, it’s possible that there’s a planet around M65 that was just born in the Milky Way, and it’s billions of light years from Earth.
Astronomers are trying to find the planets around these stars and other distant stars.
Kepler’s mission has been a smashing success The Kepler mission, launched in 2009 by NASA and the European Space Agency, is one of the largest missions ever undertaken in the history of space science.
In addition to being a fundamental research project, it has also been a massive success.
The mission has produced more than 100,000 images from more than 40 different orbits.
We’ve found the Milky Ways largest known planet, M61 Pegasi, and our first planetary system, Kepler-10b, in our own solar system.
And it’s clear that the Kepler mission continues to have a lot more to discover.
You can find out more about the Kepler missions mission at the following links: Kepler mission launch overview (2017)