Some planets have been discovered through NASA’s Kepler Space telescope, which could be the next destination of humans in the future.
Space agencies around the world, including NASA, are trying to find planets like Earth. These planets are being seen as the next destination of humans. However, all eyes are now on settling on Mars. But some planets have been discovered through NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope, which humans might call their second home in the future. In this case, let us know about six such planets.
Gliese 667Cc: This exoplanet is located 22 light years away from Earth and is 4.5 times larger than our planet. Gliese completes one round of its sun in 28 days. Its Sun is colder than our Sun, so scientists believe that this planet comes in the ‘Habitable Zone’.
Kepler-22b: Kepler-22b is located 600 light years from Earth. It was the first Kepler planet, which was found in the Habitable Zone of its Sun. This planet is 2.4 times larger than the Earth. However, it is not yet known whether this planet is rocky or liquid.
Kepler-69c: This planet is 2,700 light years away from our Earth and is 70 percent larger than our planet in size. The Kepler-69c takes a complete round of its orbit in 242 days. The Sun of Kepler-69c is 80 percent warmer than our Sun. In such a situation, this planet is likely to be in the Habitable Zone.
Kepler-62f: This planet is 40 percent larger in size than the Earth and it orbits a colder Sun than our Sun. Kepler-62f completes one round of its sun in 267 days, which indicates its being in the hebitale zone. Kepler-62f is 1,200 light years away from our Earth.
Kepler-186f: This planet exists 500 light years away from Earth. Its size is 10 percent more than that of the Earth. The Kepler-186f is located in the Habitable Zone of its solar system. It is present at the very edge of its solar system.
Kepler-452b: NASA has high hopes for this planet, because this Sun is exactly like our Sun. Also, Kepler-452b is located in the Habitable Zone of its solar system. It is 1.6 times larger than the Earth and it is located 1,400 light years away from our planet.