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  1. TESS for KSP i have recreate the TESS satellite for ksp you can download it here : Download (SpaceDock) - https://spacedock.info/mod/1836/TESS Satellite License - WTFPL if you have any problem tell me, i will do my best for resolve it ! (sorry for English mistake i am french ^^)
  2. TESS is a Exoplanet hunting telescope that will (Hopefully) launch in August 2017 on a Falcon 9. It will look for nearby planets mainly around the nearest G-K type stars (The nearest 1000 M-dwarfs will also be looked at), with the intention of looking for Earth-like planets (Like Kepler is doing), And more than 200k stars will be studied in its 2 year mission. IMO This will be the coolest telescope ever, and if any telescope is going to find a near-Earth twin close to us, it's this one, I cannot WAIT for this to launch So what do you think about TESS? And do you think it'll find Earth 2.0?