CAPE CANAVERAL – Tess, the new space telescope from NASA, is successfully the space lost. Thus, the search for new planets to be continued. The launch that around 00.50 hours Dutch time place went without problems, reports the American space agency.
Here goes. With a Falcon 9 is telescope Tess the space lost.
Tess stands for Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite. A Falcon 9 rocket from space SpaceX brought from Cape Canaveral the telescope in space. The launch was due to problems with the navigation system delayed.
The space exploration should be in mapping or there somewhere in the universe another planet where perhaps life is possible. Tess is the sister of the American space telescope Kepler, which was launched in 2009 and now at the end of his life.