For ages, mankind has looked towards the stars and wondered if our Earth is the only place habitable for life. Now, with recent advancements in technology, we can use powerful telescopes, such as NASA's Kepler Space Telescope, to observe stars in the visible universe to see if these extrasolar stars have extrasolar planets (called `exoplanets') like our Sun and its planets. Specifically, looking for phenomena known as `planetary transits' allows us to observe light from far-o_ stars to determine if they likely have exoplanets orbiting them. Data from such planetary transits and other detection methods has lead scientists to suggest that, over the 100+ billion stars in just our Milky Way galaxy, there may be at least as many planets as well.
1. Bernoulli Naive Bayes
2. Support Vector Machine
3. Neural Network
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