"The results are "quite strange," Oppenheimer said. "These warm, red planets are unlike any other known object in our universe. All four planets have different spectra, and all four are peculiar. The theorists have a lot of work to do now.""
"Astronomers have their fingers crossed that within the haul of data collected by NASA’s Kepler mission, which has already detected nearly three thousand possible exoplanets, hide the signatures of the very first exomoons."