On CNN Live, Dave Brody, Science and Technology Writer, Space.com shared the recent milestone in science with the latest discovery of an Earth-like planet named Kepler 186f. Kepler 186f is roughly similar in size of the Earth. Tagged more likely as Earth cousin, Kepler 186f’s location is found in what scientists called Goldilocks Belt, a place in deep space not too cold, not too hot that could support life.
Brody also mentioned that to get to Kepler 186f, the only capable spacecraft as of this time is the Voyager that can travel and move at 17 km per second and it will take 12,000,000 years to reach to the Earth-like planet.
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