Kepler Found New Super-Earth Orbiting Around Red Dwarf

Using data from the NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope, scientists have discovered 15 new planets that may contain water. The one that has the best conditions to support life is orbiting a dwarf star known as K2-155. The super-Earth K2-155d is located in the habitable zone and lies 200 light-years away from our planet.

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