To commemorate this achievement, NASA has recently produced a special video to show people the achievements of these years in the search for exoplanets.
It is understood that the discovery of exoplanets began to accelerate after the Kepler Space Telescope joined the search force in 2010.
Although Kepler entered permanent dormancy last year, its legacy has been accepted by other observatories.
Next, the European exoplanet feature observation satellite (CHEOPS) will be launched by the end of this year, and NASA's James Webber space telescope will be launched in 2021. The two space telescopes will not only be able to observe exoplanets, but will also help determine whether there are conditions on their surfaces that support the existence of life.