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Kepler most often refers to Johannes Kepler (1571-1630), a key figure in the scientific revolution.
Kepler may also refer to:
Astronomical objects 
- Kepler-11, a Sun-like star with at least half a dozen exoplanets
- Kepler-22, Sun-like star
- Kepler-22b, first confirmed transiting extrasolar planet to orbit in the habitable zone
- Kepler-37, a yellow dwarf
- Kepler (lunar crater), a crater on the Moon
- Kepler (Martian crater), a crater on Mars
- Kepler's Star, supernova 1604, which he observed and described
- 1134 Kepler, an asteroid
- Johannes Kepler ATV, the second European Automatic Transfer Vehicle, launched on 16 February 2011
- Kepler (spacecraft), a NASA planet-hunting telescope launched in March 2009
Arts and music 
- Kepler (novel), a 1981 novel by John Banville
- Kepler (opera), a 2009 opera by Philip Glass
- Kepler (band), a defunct Canadian indie rock band
Other uses 
- Kepler (name), including lists of people with the surname or given name
- Kepler, the codename for Nvidia's GeForce 600 Series GPUs
- Kepler conjecture, about the maximal density of sphere packings
- Kepler scientific workflow system, a software system for designing, executing, and sharing scientific workflows
- Kepler (software), a web application framework
See also 
- Kepler's laws of planetary motion, a set of calculations for the orbits of planets
- The Kepler-Poinsot polyhedra, a set of geometrical constructions
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