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1 Extrasolar Earthlike Planets By Daniel Paik

2 What is Earth-like? Energy Source Photo-spheric Temperature Mass Orbit and Rotation Microenvironments/Extremophiles Ecology What do you think is the hardest aspect of Earth for a planet to emulate? What is Earth-like? Energy Source Photo-spheric Temperature Mass Orbit and Rotation Microenvironments/Extremophiles Ecology What do you think is the hardest aspect of Earth for a planet to emulate? Energy Source Photo-spheric Temperature Mass Orbit and Rotation Microenvironments/Extremophiles Ecology What do you think is the hardest aspect of Earth for a planet to emulate?

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4 Kepler-62e Kepler-62 in Lyra constellation 4 th planet of 5 3-11 billion years old 1200ly Ice/water 1.6x 122 days Habitable zone Kepler-62 in Lyra constellation 4 th planet of 5 3-11 billion years old 1200ly Ice/water 1.6x 122 days Habitable zone Kepler-62e

5 Lyra 1.4x Ice/water Habitable zone If Kepler-62f has a mass of 1.4x Earth, would it be easier or harder to move than on Earth? Kepler-62f Lyra 1.4x Ice/water Habitable zone If Kepler-62f has a mass of 1.4x Earth, would it be easier or harder to move than on Earth?

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7 Kepler-186f 10% bigger Habitable zone Earth-like terrain Potential atmosphere 135 days 500ly Kepler-186f 10% bigger Habitable zone Earth-like terrain Potential atmosphere 135 days 500ly

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9 Gliese 581g 5 th planet from star Habitable zone 20 ly 2.4x mass.15x Earth orbit Controversial Existence Gliese 581g

10 Kepler-62e Kepler-62f Kepler-186f Gliese 581g Of these planets, which do you think could most likely harbor life and why? Kepler-62e Kepler-62f Kepler-186f Gliese 581g

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12 URLs used http://www.space.com/3728-major-discovery-planet-harbor-water- life.html http://www.space.com/3728-major-discovery-planet-harbor-water- life.html http://www.nation.lk/edition/component/k2/item/28403-new- %E2%80%98earth-like-planet%E2%80%99-discovered-cousin-of-the- earth.html Cousin of Earth http://www.nation.lk/edition/component/k2/item/28403-new- %E2%80%98earth-like-planet%E2%80%99-discovered-cousin-of-the- earth.html http://www.huffingtonpost.com/seth-shostak/kepler-186f-is-it- inhabit_b_5186220.html read Matthew K. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/seth-shostak/kepler-186f-is-it- inhabit_b_5186220.html http://www2.lowell.edu/users/jch/workshop/drs/drs-p1.html http://www.space.com/20722-two-alien-oceanic-earth-like-planets- found-video.html http://www.bostonglobe.com/news/science/2014/04/17/the-most-earth- like-planet-yet-detected/ft29yx0cgftmB81esglimI/story.html


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