The Kepler-80 system’s four outermost planets align every month i.e after every 27 days, a new study suggests.
It’s rare to discover a newborn baby exoplanet. It’s even rarer to discover one that lives so close to its sun it can race all the way around it in just five days.
Kepler data suggests that 62f is likely a rocky planet, and could have oceans. So what is the possibility of life on Kepler-62F?