NASA simply made sense of that there are 10 new planets outside our close planetary system that resemble Earth!
There were 219 aggregate new planets found by the Kepler space telescope, 10 of those accepted to be ‘rough and crude’, which exist in their nearby planetary group’s ‘Goldilocks zone’.
Since they are not very near a star to be hot and not very far away to be icy, fluid is conceivable on the planets.
The nearness of water to support living things is critical. This implies in the event that they discover surface water on any of the planets, there (in principle) could be additional earthbound creatures existing on the planet.
As a specialist at SETI Institute, Susan Thompson looks for indications of additional earthbound life. She stated, “This deliberately measured inventory is the establishment for straightforwardly noting one of space science’s most convincing inquiries – what number of planets like our Earth are in the cosmic system?