Distant Cousins: Kepler-186f

Big Eyed Beans from Venus - Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band!

Cool. Literally

Comparable to Mars in effective temperature, bit larger than Earth, probably slightly more massive than Earth (mean density could be lower), atmosphere unknown.
Might well have extensive surface regions with persistent liquid water.

Kepler-186f Kepler-186f comparison

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