NASA's Kepler telescope wakes up, begins hunting for planets again
CNET --------- NASA's Kepler spacecraft continues to surprise. The most recent update explains that Kepler embarked on its 19th observation campaign on Aug. 29. It was woken from "sleep mode" but one of its thrusters exhibited "unusual behaviour". The short update also states that the the telescope's "pointing performance" may be adversely affected. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.