Do we know any other planets outside of our solar system?
that was the purpose of the Kepler Space Telescope As of mid-March 2018, Kepler has discovered 2,342 confirmed exoplanets and revealed the existence of perhaps 2,245 others. The total number of planets discovered by all observatories is 3,706.
Yes we do. Over 3000 confirmed exoplanets over more than 20 YEARS. These are NOT recent discoveries.
Their numbering into the thousands now, thanks to space-based telescopes, as well as new techniques used by Earth-based scopes.
As of 1 February 2019, there are 3,976 confirmed planets in 2,971 systems, with 653 systems having more than one planet.
Yes there are thousands now found by various means Such as a dip in the Star's brightness, or a slight wobble of the Star
Nyx: So far, a few thousand. http
So far, a few thousand. http://exoplanets.org/ And most of those are within roughy a few hundred light years from us.
Yes, there are millions of other planets around millions of other stars
We're at the point where the only way to find new ones is through Multi Dimensional Autism.
Brad Watson, Miami, FL: Currently ~4,000. Google
Currently ~4,000. Google: exoplanets.
over 2500 are now known
Yes. There are over 3,000 confirmed exoplanets at last count and more keep being discovered all the time.
Oh yes, many.
Yes, hundreds or thousands.
We are beginning to find such planets, a couple of thousand have been documented so far.
In other galaxies...does that count.?
Yes. It's likely that there are more planets in the Universe than there are stars.
Yes. There are relatively few, and they're recently discovered, but we do.
i dont think so but that dont nnean theyre not there