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[ERROR] No.31553186 [DELETED]  [Reply] [Original] [4plebs] [archived.moe]

>Kepler-186f is about 10% larger than Earth and orbits an M dwarf star around 500 light-years away in the constellation Cygnus. The star is about half of the size and mass of our sun, and it takes Kepler-186f about 130 Earth days to complete a revolution. On the outer edge of the star’s habitable zone, the planet receives about a third of the radiation from its parent star as we do from ours.
Sauce: http://www.iflscience.com/space/kepler-team-announces-discovery-earth-sized-planet-habitable-zone#v0fXJKhyJEIb5d85.99

Sound any sort of familiar? Also general Superman thread.

>> No.31553490

>>31553186
I feel like you should take this to /co/.
Best to keep threads where they belong.

>> No.31553988

>500 LY away
You will never see what this planet looks like.

>> No.31556292

>>31553988
Without a degree in physics and quantum mechanics you won't (unless you miraculously discover FTL drives but gl wid dat k)

>> No.31556335

Did the ancient Keplerians land on Earth and seed it in the ancient past?

>> No.31556361

>>31553186
>500 ly
>our neighborhood
costanzastronomer.jpg

>> No.31556432

>>31556361
m8, the Milky Way is at least 100k ly wide, the Local Group is 10M ly wide
500 ly is definitely close.

>> No.31556565

>>31556335
Probably.

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