NASA held a press conference on April 12 to discuss its plans for using its new spacecraft, called Kepler, to search for planets that may have extraterrestrial life. CNET News.com's Zamir Haider reports.
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| April 13, 2007 -- 00:17 GMT (17:17 PDT)
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