Last time we wrote about the possibly-habitable exoplanets orbiting red dwarf star Gliese 581 was back when we were nerding out over the possibility of life on Gliese 581g, a planet which, it turns out, may not actually exist.
NASA's orbiting Kepler telescope has found an exoplanet, called Kepler-10b, located over 500 light years from Earth.
Astronomers at UC Santa Cruz and the Carnegie Institution of Washington have discovered the first exoplanet that could sustain human life.
The CoRoT (Convection, Rotation and Transits) telescope which orbits Earth under the control of the French Space Agency (CNES) has found six new exoplanets.
NASA’s orbiting Kepler telescope launched last March.