Press Coverage A Tidal Wave of Exoplanet Candidates: Sky & Telescope.com, June 17, 2010 NASA finds potential planetary bonanza: CBC News, June 16, 2010 Latest Kepler data includes over 700 exoplanet candidates: Ars Technica, June 16, 2010 Kepler Craft Reports Apparent Planetary Bonanza: US News & World Report, June 16, 2010 An avalanche of alien planets: MSNBC, June 15, 2010 Mass Transits: Kepler Mission Releases Data on Hundreds of Possible Exoplanets: Scientific American, June 16, 2010 NASA: Neptune-sized planets orbiting other stars: USA Today, June 15, 2010 Kepler craft reports apparent planetary bonanza: Science News, July 3, 2010.
Press Coverage Finding New Planets: WJCB Technology Spotlight, July 13, 2010. UF astronomers pioneer new planet-observing technique: UF press release, June 24, 2010. The GTC pioneers a new technique for observing planets: IAC press release, June 24, 2010 (spanish version)
Press Coverage Ocean Glints Could Reveal Alien Planets: Space.com, August 7, 2008 Twinkle, Twinkle, Alien Ocean: Astrobiology Magazine, August 7, 2008 Distant Mirrors: Seed Magazine, May/June 2008 Checking the Weather of Alien Planets: Optics & Photomics Focus, March 9, 2008 Astronomers ponder Earth from E.T.'s perspective: Ottawa Citizen, January 4, 2008 Saben 'ellos' que hay vida aqui: Publico (Madrid), December 28, 2007 Tierra: solo un pixel vista por un extraterrestre: United Press International (Buenos Aires), December 26, 2007 Exoplanetary Weather: From a Single Pixel: Centauri Dreams, December 24, 2007 Aliens may be watching us: Sydney Morning Herald (via Australian Associated Press), December 24, 2007 Nubes revelan misterios celestes: Prensa Libre (Guatemala), December 24, 2007La tierra seria solo un pixel vista por un extraterrestre: El Pais (Madrid), December 24, 2007 Aliens have eyes on us: Web India, December 22, 2007 Could An ExtraTerrestrial Find Earth with a Telescope?