Nasa found another Earth:

Nasa’s kepler space telescope discovered Earth size planet. This planet present at a star in the habitable zone. the kepler-186f conforms that planets are same size of our earth. and this kepler planet has own other like over sun.

Nasa found previously planets in the same habitable zone but those planets are 40 percent larger than our earth. Kepler-186f is more similar size of our earth.

Paul Hertz said this is great step towards finding worlds like our planet earth. Paul HertzĀ  is Nasa’sĀ  Astrophysics Division director at the agency headquarters in Washington.

Kepler-186f is about 500 light years from earth. Kepler-186f orbits its star once every 130-days and receives one-third the energy from its star that Earth gets from the sun, placing it nearer the outer edge of the habitable zone.

Kepler-186f can be thought of as an Earth-cousin rather than an Earth-twin. It has many properties that resemble Earth.

Ames is responsible for Kepler’s ground system development, mission operations, and science data analysis. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., managed Kepler mission development.

The Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore archives, hosts and distributes Kepler science data. Kepler is NASA’s 10th Discovery Mission and was funded by the agency’s Science Mission Directorate.

On the surface of Kepler-186f, the brightness of its star at high noon is only as bright as our sun appears to us about an hour before sunset.The temperature of the kepler-186f is not found.

The four companion planets, Kepler-186b, Kepler-186c, Kepler-186d, and Kepler-186e, around their sun every four, seven, 13, and 22 days, respectively, making them too hot for life as we know it. These four inner planets all measure less than 1.5 times the size of Earth.

Every one most known about that is in that planet life present or not. If yes are they are same like our humans are not. But Nasa’s not found about life yet. Then let wait and see.





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