SAN JOSE, Calif. — HAT-P-7b is a bizarre slice of hell, a giant gas planet 40 percent larger than Jupiter that orbits so close to its sun that its year lasts just 2.2 Earth days and its atmosphere is more than 4,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
You wouldn’t want to live there. But when Jon Jenkins took a deep breath at the Ames Research Center early one May morning and looked at the first scientific data flowing from NASA’s newly launched Kepler spacecraft, he could hardly have been happier.
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