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Transcript of Kepler 62e
Jacob Lopez Kepler 62e Distance Exploration of Kepler Atmosphere Distance from Earth: 1,200 light years from Earth
Distance from Sun: Not found Temperature Range:
Elements & Chemicals Present: The atmosphere is similar to Earths' because of the relatively similar size and mass of the planet. NASA's Kepler spacecraft discovered Kepler and planets in its solar system April of 2013.
Kepler is a space observatory launched by NASA to discover Earth-like planets orbiting other stars. Named for the 17th-century astronomer Johannes Kepler, was launched on 7 March 2009
The Kepler observatory is "specifically designed to survey a portion of our galaxy to observe how many planets exist in the habitable zone, similar to ours. Size of Planet: Gravity: Radius: 1.61 times that of Earth’s Amount of weight the average person can expect gravity to add: Between 90 pounds and two full-grown dairy cows
Amount of G-force equivalent to prepare for: 1.5-14Gs Estimated maximum mass: 36 times that of Earth’s Scientific Statistics: Approx. 4925 K Methane and other volatiles, carbon-dioxide Geological make up History The name of Kepler 62e comes from the Famous astronomer, Johannes Kepler.
The planet itself was discovered in April 2013 by the Kepler Probe Spacecraft
Discovery of 62E is fairly new 62e most likely is thought to have a watery surface with certain rocky parts on the surface
Possible existence of ice, water, and continents