The Discovery of Kepler 452b, the Star Classification Kepler 452b Orbits, the Properties of Kepler 452b, the Distance of Kepler 452b, and the Time Needed to Reach Kepler 452b

The exoplanet named Kepler 452b found by the Kepler space telescope was confirmed and announced by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration on July 23, 2015. Kepler 452b is orbiting a G-class star meaning it is a yellow dwarf star (the sun is also a G-class star). Kepler 452b is confirmed to be a rocky planet, extremely similar to Earth in composition, which orbits a habitable zone colloquially known as the Goldilocks Zone. Kepler 452b is 1400 light years away from the solar system of E...


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