Astronomers have found evidence for a hot and steamy atmosphere on Gliese 1132B, the Earth-like planet that circles a red dwarf star in the southern sky.
According to reports, astrophysicists plan to announce they’ve discovered an Earth-like planet orbiting our nearest neighboring star Proxima Centauri.
The two potentially habitable earth like planets both seem to have dense, compact blankets of gas like those around Earth or Venus.
An exoplanet, or extrasolar planet, is a planet that orbits a star other than the Sun. There are nearly 2,000 amazing planets discovered and here are just a few strange ones for you to marvel at.
“A Water World of Endless Oceans” –NASA’s Kepler Mission Reveals Planets Unlike Anything in Our Solar System.
Latest study explore the possibility that if the Solar System began anew with only very slight changes in the initial conditions, perhaps Venus would have a better chance of life than Earth.
Earth and Venus are roughly the same size, and millions of years ago, Venus possibly had Earth-like oceans. So what caused water from Venus to mysteriously vanish?
This snapshot of an alien exoplanet might be a big first for astronomy, as Exoplanet CVSO 30c orbit its host star in amazing photo.
With billions of potentially habitable planets within our galaxy, the question becomes: are we alone? Is the Universe a cosmic graveyard full of dead aliens?
Kepler data suggests that 62f is likely a rocky planet, and could have oceans. So what is the possibility of life on Kepler-62F?