This artist rendition provided by NASA shows the Kepler space telescope. The spacecraft lost the second of four wheels that control the telescope’s orientation in space, NASA said Wednesday, May 15, 2013. If engineers can’t find a fix, the failure means the telescope won’t be able to look for planets outside our solar system anymore. (AP Photo/NASA)

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This artist rendition provided by NASA shows the Kepler space telescope. The spacecraft lost the second of four wheels that control the telescope’s orientation in space, NASA said Wednesday, May 15, 2013. If engineers can’t find a fix, the failure means the telescope won’t be able to look for planets outside our solar system anymore. (AP Photo/NASA)
This artist rendition provided by NASA shows the Kepler space telescope. The spacecraft lost the second of four wheels that control the telescope’s orientation in space, NASA said Wednesday, May 15, 2013. If engineers can’t find a fix, the failure means the telescope won’t be able to look for planets outside our solar system anymore. (AP Photo/NASA)
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