300 thousand light-years away new earth is probably waiting for us. The Kepler space telescope has spotted one exoplanet among 2,831 exoplanets in the time 2009 to 2018, which is similar to Earth’s temperature and size.
Kepler has been settled to find out all the possible habitats around the universe and all other space mystery. Though this telescope has been retired in 2018, its data could lead the astronauts to do some more discoveries for many years. Now TESS mission has been replaced as the planet hunter to discover more exoplanets.
The planet has been named as Kepler-1649c, 1.06 times larger than Earth. It gets 75% more lights from the Sun than Earth. It is also located within the habitable zone among the stars, which is an accurate distance of the existence of water on the surface.
Additionally, it completes an orbit the star in every 19.5 Earth days. There is a possibility, the planet could be slashed by radiation flares from the environment, that is a potential threat to any living creature. But there is no observation so far about these flares.