Earthlike planets that can support human life! Space discoveries are made often, but some of them are more interesting than others. Finding Earth-like planets is becoming common. Some may be habitable while some may be dangerous.
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Number Ten: Kepler-62f
Also known as Kepler Object of Interest designation KOI-701.04, is a super-Earth exoplanet.
Number Nine: Kepler-186f
Is an exoplanet orbiting the red dwarf Kepler-186, about 582 light-years from the Earth.
Number Eight: Kepler-442b
Is a confirmed near-Earth-sized exoplanet, likely rocky, orbiting within the habitable zone of the K-type main-sequence star Kepler-442, about 1,206 light-years, from Earth in the constellation Lyra.
Number Seven: Kepler-452b
Kepler-452b, sometimes quoted to be an Earth 2.0 or Earth’s Cousin based on its characteristics, is an exoplanet orbiting the Sun-like star Kepler-452 about 1,402 light-years from Earth in the constellation Cygnus.
Number Six: Kepler-440b
Kepler-440b is a confirmed super-Earth exoplanet orbiting within the habitable zone of Kepler-440, about 850 light-years from Earth.
Number Five: Kepler-438b
Kepler-438b is a confirmed near-Earth-sized exoplanet. It is likely rocky. It orbits on the inner edge of the habitable zone of a red dwarf, Kepler-438, about 472,9 light-years from Earth in the constellation Lyra.
Number Four: TOI 700
TOI 700 d is an exoplanet, likely rocky, orbiting TOI 700, a red dwarf star 101.4 light-years away in the Dorado constellation.
Number Three: Proxima Centauri b
Proxima Centauri b an exoplanet orbiting in the habitable zone of the red dwarf star Proxima Centauri, which is the closest star to the Sun and part of a triple star system.
Number Two: Gliese 667 Cc
Gliese 667 Cc is an exoplanet orbiting within the habitable zone of the red dwarf star Gliese 667 C, which is a member of the Gliese 667 triple star system.
Number One: Wolf 1061c
Wolf 1061c or WL 1061c is an exoplanet orbiting within the habitable zone of the red dwarf star Wolf 1061 in the constellation Ophiuchus, about 13.8 light years from Earth, making it the fifth closest known, potentially habitable, and confirmed exoplanet to Earth.