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Kepler's planet-finding mission may be at an end - Astronomy Now
NASA's planet-hunting Kepler telescope, stationed 40 million miles from Earth, has lost the ability to precisely point toward stars, and scientists fear the mission's quest to identify rocky planets around other stars is over.
Artist's concept of the Kepler observatory. Credit: NASA
Space agency officials made the announcement Wednesday, a day after engineers first noticed trouble with one of Kepler's reaction wheels, devices which keep the telescope aimed toward its celestial targets.
"When they looked at the telemetry, they saw indications that reaction wheel no. 4, although it was being commanded to speed up, was actually not moving," said John Grunsfeld, head of NASA's science mission directorate. "This is something that we've been anticipating for a while, unfortunately."
Ground controllers communicate with Kepler twice a week, and engineers established radio