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    Scientists have been finding exoplanets that could be potentially habitable
    for some time now. There are hundreds of millions of them out there, and more found every day. There isn’t a planet like ours anywhere in the universe that we know of. But now scientists say they have found exoplanets that could be more habitable than the Earth… but do they really exist?

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  • 24 Planets Even Better for Life Than Earth


    How many habitable planets are there? Water is the basis of life in any part of the universe. So potentially inhabited planets must have liquid water on them to support life. An incredible number of circumstances must come together for this. The planet must be in the habitable zone of the star. A little closer to the star, and the water will evaporate, leaving no chance for oceans and seas to form. This is what happened on Venus. Too far from the star, and the planet becomes too cold. Water can only exist in the form of ice on the surface and there just might be liquid water deep below. Neptune is one example of this.

    In our galaxy alone, there are countless stars. Really you can’t count on them. Near each of them may be a planet. They are called exoplanets. And some of them may be in the habitable zone and have everything for life to form on them. From a list of 4,500 known exoplanets, scientists have identified 24 that can be superhabitable. This is the type of planet that is suitable for the existence and evolution of life even more than the Earth!


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  • Kepler Telescope Found New Planets Better Than Earth


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    The Kepler Telescope was built for one purpose; to look at a certain patch in the Milky Way in search of exoplanets.

    The exoplanet hunter observed over hundreds of thousands of stars and discovered thousands of exoplanets during its lifetime.

  • Scientists Discovered 24 Planets Even Better for Life Than Earth


    Scientists Discovered A Potentially Habitable Super Earth!!
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  • 15 Earth Like Exoplanets that May Support Life


    Scientists have discovered multiple exoplanets that may have life supporting characteristics. Today we're exploring some of the most interesting exoplanets in the universe!

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  • Habitable Exoplanets | In Search of Earth 2.0


    Thousands of exoplanets have been discovered, only a select few show promise. Here we look at some of the most habitable exoplanets ever discovered ranked through their similarity to Earth. The result is a list of 16 exoplanets that could one say serve as an Earth 2.0


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  • Better than Earth: Superhabitable Exoplanets with Prof. Abel Mendez


    Where is the best place in the universe to look for life?
    With the discovery of water in the atmosphere of the exoplanet k218b we are closing to answering if is there life on other planets? As well, is there life in our solar system? Could there be life on the moons of Jupiter, Europa and Enceladus.Or have we already found life in meteorites like the Allan hills 84001? And with the discovery of interstellar objects like oumuamua and comet 2I/Borisov, do they carry life through panspermia through the interstellar medium?

    Professor Abel Mendez is a planetary astrobiologist and Director of the Planetary Habitability Laboratory at the University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo. His research focuses on the habitability of Earth, the Solar System, and extrasolar planets. Prof. Méndez is a NASA MIRS Fellow with physics and astrophysics research experience at Fermilab, NASA Goddard, NASA Ames, and the Arecibo Observatory.

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  • Are There Planets More Habitable Than Earth?


    Earth probably isn’t the best place in the universe. It turns out there might be even better places to live that are even more suitable for life: superhabitable planets.

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  • Possible Discovery of a Superhabitable Planet - More Earth Than Earth?


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  • A Planet Better Than Earth Ever Discovered In The Galaxy


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  • These 24 Exoplanets May Be Better For Life Than Earth | Superhabitable Planets


    In our science class, we all learned that the conditions on Earth are perfect for life to thrive but our books and teacher might’ve been wrong. If we rank the habitable planets, Earth actually finishes at 25th place. Some of these planets orbit stars that may be better than even our sun.
    Life as we know could easily sustain on planets that orbit more slowly changing stars with much longer lifespans than our sun. These newly discovered 24 planets are more than 100 light-years away, so for the time being, they are far beyond our grasp.
    A habitable planet has the right conditions to sustain life. It has things like pleasant temperatures, magnetic fields, liquid water, and breathable atmosphere. Our sun is a G-class star and the team of scientists looked at systems with similar stars and planets orbiting them in the habitable zone. They are not too far nor too close from their parent star. Sun-like stars only live for 10 billion years. That's why scientists also looked at the much dimmer, cooler, and even better K-class dwarf stars. These stars have lifespans of 20 billion to 70 billion years.
    Earth is geologically active and that is why it is habitable, has a protective magnetic field, and has strong enough gravity to keep the atmosphere. According to scientists, if the Earth was 10 percent larger, it would have more surface area to live on. If it was 1.5 times as massive, its inner core would retain more heat from radioactive decay. Hence It would remain active longer, and hold onto its atmosphere for longer periods of time. Similarly, if an alien world was 5° C or 8° F warmer than the Earth and had more water, it would have the biodiversity of rainforest over much of the planet.
    According to Scientists, “On Earth, we have a great number of complex and diverse lifeforms that can survive in harsh environments. It is good to have adaptable life, but that doesn’t mean that we have the best of everything”.

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  • PLANET JUST LIKE EARTH: Alien Life - National Geographic Documentary HD


    When NASA began 60 years ago, we had questions about the universe humans had been asking since we first looked up into the night sky. In the six decades since, NASA, along with its international partners and thousands of researchers, have expanded our knowledge of the Universe by using a full fleet of telescopes and satellites. From the early probes of the 1950s and 1960s to the great telescopes of the 1990s and 21st century, NASA scientists have been exploring the evolution of the universe from the Big Bang to the present.

    The Great Observatories
    NASA astronomers use several kinds of telescopes in space and on the ground. Each observes targets like stars, planets, and galaxies, but captures different wavelengths of light using various techniques to add to our understanding of these cosmic phenomenon.
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    NASA telescopes have helped us better understand this mysterious, invisible matter that is five times the mass of regular matter. The first direct detection of dark matter was made in 2007 through observations of the Bullet Cluster of galaxies by the Chandra x-ray telescope.

    Black Holes
    Although we can’t “see” black holes, scientists have been able to study them by observing how they interact with the environment around them with telescopes like Swift, Chandra, and Hubble. In 2017, NASA's Swift telescope has mapped the death spiral of a star as it is consumed by a black hole. This year, astronomers using Chandra have discovered evidence for thousands of black holes located near the center of our Milky Way galaxy.
    A galaxy is a huge collection of gas, dust, and billions of stars and their solar systems, held together by gravity. Some are spiral-shaped like our Milky Way Galaxy; others are smooth and oval shaped. NASA telescopes are helping us learn about how galaxies formed and evolved over time.
    Just 30 years ago, scientists didn’t know if there were planets orbiting other stars besides our own Sun. Now, scientists believe every star likely has at least one exoplanet. They come in a wide variety of sizes, from gas giants larger than Jupiter to small, rocky planets about as big as Earth or Mars. They can be hot enough to boil metal or locked in deep freeze. They can orbit their stars so tightly that a “year” lasts only a few days; they can even orbit two stars at once. Some exoplanets don’t orbit around a star, but wander through the galaxy in permanent darkness. NASA’s Kepler spacecraft and newly-launched Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite are helping us find more distant worlds
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  • 9 Earth-Like Planets We Can Move On Right Now


    What planets can people live on? You might be happy to learn that 8.8 billion Earth-sized planets have been discovered so far. Over 30 of those planets in our Milky Way galaxy are very likely to be habitable to human being. Scientific teams have been hard at work trying to discover habitable planets. We don’t know if any of those planets hold extraterrestrial life, but we’ll worry about that when we get there!

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    Proxima b 7:40
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    - 1,200 light-years from Earth, the Kepler spacecraft discovered the Kepler-62 system. Kepler-62e is an exoplanet, believed to be a water world.
    - Kepler-62f is neighbor to Kepler-62e, and they are the only 2 habitable planets in the Kepler-62 system. A study showed that Kepler-62f is most likely covered entirely in water.
    - It is possible that Kepler-186f has an atmosphere that can keep the water on its surface a liquid, which is a must-have for life on Earth as we know it. Since Kepler-186f orbits a star that is cooler than the sun, we’d all be much colder than on Earth (if we were to live there).
    - A little farther away than the Kepler system, at 1,700 light-years away, we encounter KOI 7711.01. It has been called “Earth’s twin,” and it’s only 30% larger than Earth. Like Earth, it orbits a sun-like star.
    - Kepler-22b is 2.4 times larger than Earth, and it also orbits a sun-like star. That’s why it has a comfortable temperature of 72ºF, so you can expect to feel toasty but not too hot.
    - Gliese 581g was discovered in September 2010, and it is only 20 light-years away! It’s thought to be even more Earth-like than Kepler-22b in that it could be a better home to plants and animals.
    - They say that Ross 128 b is in “Earth’s backyard” because it is only 11 light-years away. Ross 128 b was discovered in 2017.
    - Proxima b is 1.3 times the size of Earth. It is the closest temperate world to Earth, which means that if you were to travel there, you’d experience almost the same temperature as on Earth.
    - 40 light-years away, we encounter the TRAPPIST system. NASA announced this major discovery in 2017. The TRAPPIST-1 system holds 7 planets, all Earth-sized and all habitable, surrounding a single star.

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  • A Journey to Incredible Exoplanets


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    However, in all this diversity there are only several hundred worlds that we know of which resemble our planet. In the Milky Way alone the number of exoplanets is supposedly over a trillion...

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  • 10 Recently Discovered EARTH LIKE PLANETS ✅


    10 Earth Like Planets - Our Next Homes [2018]
    Several exoplanets already pretend to be habitable.One day the earth will be destroyed completely! Where will you go? How will you survive? Well, don't worry! Because we humans found some new Earth-like planets as a backup plan, where we can live.
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  • The Worlds outside the Solar System. The Exoplanets | ReYOUniverse


    We know that Earth orbits the Sun along with other 7 planets in our solar system. But what about the planets outside of it? We are surrounded by billions of stars! How many planets do they have? And what are they like?
    Get ready for a wonderful adventure because we will take you millions of light years away from our home and make several stops along the way to see how truly diverse the Universe is.
    Imagine a world different from Earth. Dark and hostile. Where it rains glass or iron! The planet where any known metal just melts away! Beautiful new worlds that are more life-friendly than Earth, filled with oceans and land. Lonely and mysterious worlds holding secrets well beyond our grasp! These are the kind of places that sparkle our curiosity...
    This is a journey to worlds outside the solar system. To exoplanets. Documentary Space 2021.

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    11:35 TRAPPIST-1 system
    21:49 KELT-9b
    27:25 WASP-12b
    35:00 Gliese 667 Cc
    32:23 Kepler-442b
    38:15 Kepler-62e
    41:30 Tau Ceti f
    43:56 Gliese 581c
    49:00 TrES-2b
    52:23 HD 106906 B
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    01:09:40 GJ 504 b
    01:12:36 51 Eridani b
    01:15:07 HR 8799
    01:17:45 HD95086b
    01:20:29 How does one come up with a name for an exoplanet?
    01:24:26 How many planets can potentially host life in the Milky Way galaxy?
    01:34:22 Conclusion

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  • The 5 Most Earth-Like Planets Weve Found | Answers With Joe


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  • Kepler Telescope Found New Planets Better Than Earth


    The Kepler Telescope was built for one purpose; to look at a certain patch in the Milky Way in search of exoplanets.

    The exoplanet hunter observed over hundreds of thousands of stars and discovered thousands of exoplanets during its lifetime.

  • We Just Found 29 Planets Where Life May Be Watching Earth


    Our search for living organisms outside of Planet Earth is in full swing. This is the question bothering many of us: is there life in space? Scientists've made a list of 29 planets where life could be possible. How did they come to this conclusion and what does it mean for the future of humankind?


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  • Proxima B - Nearest Exoplanet is even more like Earth than previously thought


    New measurements from European Southern Observatory’s ESPRESSO instrument have confirmed the presence of our closest exoplanet Proxima b and also indicates that it is even more Earth like than we originally thought. Proxima b orbits Proxima Centauri, the closest star to our Sun.


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  • ANOTHER EARTH: Alien Planet - Space Documentary HD


    We Are Not Alone In The Universe
    I cannot imagine any single discovery that would have more impact on humanity than the discovery of life outside of our solar system. There is a human-centric, Earth-centric view of life that permeates most cultural and societal thinking. Finding that there are multiple, perhaps millions of origins of life and that life is ubiquitous throughout the universe will profoundly affect every human.

    We live on a microbial planet. There are one million microbial cells per cubic centimeter of water in our oceans, lakes, and rivers; deep within the Earth's crust and throughout our atmosphere. We have more than 100 trillion microbes on and in each of us. The Earth's diversity of life would have seemed like science fiction to our ancestors. We have microbes that can withstand millions of Rads of ionizing radiation; such strong acid or base that it would dissolve our skin; microbes that grow in ice and microbes that grow and thrive at temperatures exceeding 100 degrees C. We have a life that lives on carbon dioxide, on methane, on sulfur, or on sugar. We have sent trillions of bacteria into space over the last few billion years and we have exchanged material with Mars on a constant basis, so it would be very surprised if we do not find evidence of microbial life in our solar system, particularly on Mars.

    The recent discoveries by Dimitar Sasselov and colleagues of numerous Earth and super-Earth-like planets outside our solar system, including water worlds, greatly increases the probability of finding life. Sasselov estimates approximately 100,000 Earth and super-Earths within our own galaxy. The universe is young so wherever we find microbial life there will be intelligent life in the future.

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  • Planets: The Search for a New World | Space Science | Episode 4 | Free Documentary


    Space Science Episode 4: Planets - the search for a new world
    Not until 2015 was this promising exoplanet tracked down by NASA telescopes. The geophysical characteristics indicate Earth-like temperatures and even water in liquid form is likely. Meanwhile, astrophysicists suspect a solar system similar to ours around each star; discovering more and more Earth-like celestial bodies. Physicist Prof. Dr. Ulrich Walter explains in this episode of Spacetime, the dynamics involved in the search for extraterrestrial life today.

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  • 10 Earth Like Planets in Outer Space | Exoplanets | Malayalam Space Fact Science | 47 ARENA


    10 Earth like planets in outer space. Exoplanets that we can move to when we can do Interstellar travel. These alien planets are thought to be able to harbour life. They are all in their host star's habitable zone. So, there's a plenty of scope. These planets might support life. In the future, we might be able to visit the amazing exoplanets. Some of these planets are very similar to our beloved Earth.

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  • Exoplanets That Might Be Better Than Earth


    Exoplanets That Might Be Better Than Earth

    Scientists have been finding exoplanets that could be potentially habitable
    for some time now. There are hundreds of millions of them out there, and more found every day. There isn’t a planet like ours anywhere in the universe that we know of. But now scientists say they have found exoplanets that could be more habitable than the Earth… but do they really exist?
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  • The Kepler Telescope Found New Earth Like Planets Better Than Earth


    The Kepler Telescope was one of NASA's prized possessions as it was able to detect new Earth like planets that are considered to be better for life than Earth. With exoplanets like kepler 1649c and other ones that resemble an Earth 2.0, it gets scientists and astronomers excited. It gives us hope of not only finding life on other planets, but potentially expanding the human race to these planets.

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  • Astronomers found new exoplanets better than Earth


    Astronomers found new exoplanets better than earth. Astronomers have discovered more than 4,000 exoplanets outside our solar system, so far. Most of these are not particularly conducive to life. For example, planet KELT-9b is so hot that its atmosphere is constantly melting. The darkest known planet, TrES-2b, has an atmospheric temperature of 1,800 degrees Fahrenheit, 980 degrees Celsius. On the other end of the inhospitable spectrum is Gj 433 d, whose discoverers described it as the coldest Neptune-like planet ever discovered. But there are also many planets within their star’s habitable zone, or the “goldilocks” distance conducive to surface temperatures that are not too hot or too cold for life as we know it to evolve. In this video we are going to take a look at the new habitable planets that scientists have discovered most recently.

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    In astronomy and astrobiology, the circumstellar habitable zone is the region around a star where a planet with sufficient atmospheric pressure can maintain liquid water on its surface. A potentially habitable planet implies a terrestrial planet within the circumstellar habitable zone and with conditions roughly comparable to those of Earth and thus potentially favourable to Earth-like life. However, the question of what makes a planet habitable is much more complex than having a planet located at the right distance from its host star so that water can be liquid on its surface. Various geophysical and geodynamical aspects, the radiation, and the host star’s plasma environment can influence the evolution of planets and life, if it originated.

    In April 2020, a team of transatlantic scientists, using reanalysed data from NASA’s Kepler space telescope, discovered an Earth-size exoplanet orbiting in its star’s habitable zone, the area around a star where a rocky planet could support liquid water. Scientists discovered this planet, called Kepler-1649 c, when looking through old observations from Kepler, which the agency retired in 2018. While previous searches with a computer algorithm misidentified it, researchers reviewing Kepler data took a second look at the signature and recognised it as a planet. Out of all the exoplanets found by Kepler, this distant world, located 300 light-years from Earth, is most similar to Earth in size and estimated temperature.

    This newly revealed world is only 1.06 times larger than our planet. Also, the amount of starlight it receives from its host star is 75 percent of the amount of light Earth receives from our Sun, meaning the exoplanet’s temperature may be similar to our planet’s, as well. But unlike Earth, it orbits a red dwarf. Though none have been observed in this system, this type of star is known for stellar flare-ups that may make a planet’s environment challenging for any potential life. It orbits so closely to its star, too, that one year is just 19.5 of our days, but the star puts out significantly less heat than the Sun, so that’s actually right in the proper region to allow for the presence of liquid water.

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  • Scientists Accidentally Find a Very Exciting Unique Exoplanet Has More Water Than Earth


    Scientists Accidentally Find a 'Very Exciting' Unique Exoplanet Has More Water Than Earth.
    Scientists have accidentally discovered details about a very exciting planet orbiting a nearby star system, which is thought to contain more water than Earth.
    The scientific interest in the planet, known as Nu2 Lupi d, was sparked after researchers spotted it using the European Space Agency's Cheops satellite.
    It orbits a sun-like star around 50 light years away from us that is visible with the naked eye, has a mild atmospheric temperature and appears to contain a large amount of water.
    Researchers already knew that the planet was there because previous studies of the star, called Nu2 Lupi, showed that it had three planets orbiting it called b, c, and d.
    They were initially discovered by the European Southern Observatory in Chile in 2019 and follow-up observations confirmed that Nu2 Lupi is one of only three naked-eye stars that have more than one planet orbiting them.
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    What if scientists found new planets better than earth. The search for a second Earth has long enthralled readers of science fiction. What rich and varied life could it contain? What would such a discovery mean for humanity’s own place in the Universe? How many similar planets are out there? The question is more than a philosophical puzzle, and it comes with a hard scientific edge that should be considered sooner rather than later. As the search for planets beyond the Solar System widens and public interest in the quest grows, at which point should astronomers declare the hunt for another Earth a success? In this video, we are going to take a look at what has already been discovered and what may happen should we successfully discover Earth 2.0. If you can tell us which is the most Earth-like planet in our Solar System, in the comments below, the first five correct answers will get a shoutout in our next video, so keep watching to find out the answer.

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  • Kepler Found Planets Better Than Earth


    Maybe, their planet it's even better than our planet. Maybe, there are planets better than Earth. 
    That's exactly what recent studies on the Kepler mission data seem to suggest.
    But how would these planets look? Which characteristics could it have?
    These question, and more like how Kepler found planets better than Earth. 
    Kepler was a space telescope designed to survey a portion of the Milky Way galaxy in search of exoplanets, which are planets outside our solar system.
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    After nine years in deep space collecting data that indicate our sky to be filled with billions of hidden planets - more planets even than stars - NASA's Kepler space telescope has run out of fuel needed for further science operations. NASA has decided to retire the spacecraft within its current, safe orbit, away from Earth. Kepler leaves a legacy of more than 2,600 planet discoveries from outside our solar system, many of which could be promising places for life. They are the so-called “Earth-like” exoplanets.

    NASA's Kepler mission revolutionized our scientific understanding of our place in the cosmos by a huge amount of discoveries.
    Before Kepler, we had just a few information about exoplanets. For example, how many planets are out there? Which planets are more common? The big gaseous ones, as Jupiter? The ring-giant planets like Saturn? And what about Venus-like planets? Do they exist just in our solar system? And if so, why?
    All of these were very interesting questions, that needed to be answered. 
    But the universe is always a little bit more creative then we are. 
    Here's what we know after Kepler.
    Planets outnumber the stars. Kepler has proven there are more planets than stars in our galaxy — and knowing that revolutionizes our scientific understanding of our place in the cosmos.
    Small planets are common. Kepler has shown us our galaxy is teeming with terrestrial-size worlds; the most recent analysis of Kepler’s discoveries concludes that 20 to 50 per cent of the stars in the sky are likely to have small, possibly rocky planets similar in size to Earth within the habitable zone of their parent stars, where water could pool on the planet surface. We still have much to learn about whether any of them could host life.
    Planets are diverse. Kepler has discovered a diversity of planet types, opening our eyes to new possibilities. The most common size of planet Kepler found doesn’t exist in our solar system — a world between the size of Earth and Neptune — and we have much to learn about these planets.
    Solar systems are diverse too! While our own inner solar system has four planets, Kepler found systems with considerably more planets — up to eight — orbiting close to their parent stars. The existence of these compact systems raises questions about how solar systems form: Are these planets “born” close to their parent star, or do they form farther out and migrate in?
    New insights revealed about stars. Besides launching us into the golden age of exoplanets, Kepler has reinvigorated the study of stars. Kepler observed more than a half-million stars over the course of its nine years in operation.
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  • Some exoplanets discovered better than earth planet


    Best exoplanets that might be better than earth planet are found by using transit method..
    There are hundreds of millions of exoplanets out there, Scientists say they have found exoplanets that could be more habitable than the Earth..
    Most of exoplanets with water or better than Earth Planets are found via the transit method.That was the case for the trappist-1 exoplanets planets with water.The word trappist stands for the ground-based Transiting planets and planets small telescope,which-along with the Nasa's spitzer space telescope and other telescopes-helped reveal the exoplanets in the system.Some exoplanets are found via the wobble method. The second most used path to discovering exoplanets is via doppler spectroscopy ,sometimes called the radial velocity method.A few exoplanets are found by direct imaging.Direct imaging is fancy terminology for taking a picture of the exoplanets.its the third most popular method of discovering exoplanets.A few exoplanets are found via microlensing.What if an exoplanet is not very large and absorbs most of the light received by its host star? Does that mean we are just not able to see those? #kepler #universe #exoplanets
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    In this video we’ve explained the concept of Habitable Exoplanets and the necessary criteria on basis of which these extra-solar planets are categorised. We have also tried to take you on a tour of five of such “potentially habitable” exoplanets where life might exist.

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    Here i have described about top habitable exoplanets that could support life.

    When we look life in the planets of our solar system, only Earth is known to host life. But in recent years discovery of habitable exoplanets, just changed our mind . Planet outside the solarsystem is called exoplanet and there are 4,801 confirmed exoplanets in our milkyway galaxy , a fifth of them in Earth’s size-range . These planets show signs of potential habitability . Scientists think, they can host life like earth or better than earth. So let's discuss some of habitable exoplanets.

    1)Kepler 62e

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  • NASA Discovers a Strange Earth like Planet with Unknown Atmosphere!


    Just a glance at the countless formations in the firmament shows: The dimensions of the universe far exceed our imagination. When we consider that our view of the stars covers only a tiny fraction of the entire universe, it becomes clear that we are still far from having unlocked all the secrets of our galactic neighborhood. In addition to the exploration of already known celestial bodies, the search for previously undiscovered planets is one of the most important fields of modern space research. The main focus of scientific interest is on those objects that are most similar to our Earth in terms of their composition. The search for potentially habitable planets has kept the scientific community on tenterhooks for several decades. A recent discovery by NASA leads now to the fact that the list of Earth-similar celestial bodies has been supplemented by a further, unusual representative. Which other planets exhibit amazing parallels to our terrestrial homeland? You’ll find out in the following video.

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  • A Planet Even Better Than Earth?


    Is it possible there's a planet out there that's even more suited to hosting life than our home planet? Researchers have identified 24 exoplanets or exoplanet candidates (exoplanets still needing final confirmation) that might have better conditions for life than Earth, even if they are uninhabited. These so-called superhabitable planets could be bigger, warmer and wetter than Earth -- and perhaps even older, which means they would have more time to develop the kind of complexity in their environment believed to be so crucial for life.

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  • Are There Other Planets Like Earth?


    Earth is unique in that it's the only planet we know of that can support life. But could there be another planet like ours somewhere far away?

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  • Some Planets May Be Better For Life Than Earth


    Earth is the only planet we know that has life on it. However, scientists say our homeworld may not be the best planet in the universe for life. Scientists have recently identified 24 “superhabitable” planets outside our solar system that prove that some planets may be better for life than Earth.

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  • Kepler Telescope Finds Planets Better Than Earth


    The Kepler Telescope if one of NASA's most valuable assets. It has found these 7 planets to be better for life than Earth! These habitable Earth like planets have been proven by NASA themselves to be great for human life IF we can somehow get there. With the help of the Kepler telescope and Hubble telescope, NASA has been able to detect such planets. The farther we go in time, the more efficient we'll get at photographing such Earth like planets!

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  • Planet 10 Times Bigger Than Earth May Hide in Our Solar System


    Space is vast and it's hiding so many secrets! Black holes, dark energy, mysterious stars, unknown planets. Scientists have been looking for one of such planets for 100+ years, but still can't find it. There're clear signs that Planet X exists right in our Solar System, but we don't see it. How it is possible and what's so special about this mysterious planet?

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    There are more than 4,000 known exoplanets, planets we've found outside the Solar System. Recently scientists studied all of them one by one and have selected 24 superhabitable planets. These planets are better suited for life than Earth. They could support more diverse flora and fauna and their environment would be more hospitable some of those planets are Kepler-452b, Kepler-442b & Kepler-22b.

    According to the scientists, for a planet to be superhabitable, it has to be older it has to be larger and wetter than Earth. A larger planet would have more habitable area its core radioactive decay would last longer and the strong gravity would retain atmosphere. Scientists also pointed that its star should have a long life because that would give life more time to evolve. Our Sun's life is about 10 billion years and it took 4 billion years for complex life to evolve.

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