# Earth's twin

### kepler 452b

## Traveling to kepler 452b

Kepler 452b is approximately 1,400 c years away from is twin aka Earth. In regular earth years its approximately 14,000 years away. The age that i would be currently if i lived there would be about 13 years, and the age i'm now is 14 years old. If i traveled today to this planet i would be about 196,000 years old.

## Facts, Facts, & Facts

## Did you know??? Kepler is the smallest planet to yet be discovered that orbits in a habitable zone around a sun-like star, kepler 452b has been around for 6 billion years, and researchers are saying that a planet that size will have a good chance of being rocky. Which is how earth is set up!!! | ## calculations... The value of "g" on kepler 452b, and the way its firgured out is by calculating the mass of the planet/ divided by it radius squared and then multiplied by big "G". Which would end up getting you with 3.61m/s2 | ## More calculations... How much would you weight on kepler 452b??? Well since we figured out little "g" all you need to know is the amount you weight. Before you do the solve the convert pounds into kilograms. After all it was done wit the weight that I am I got 162.45 kilograms. |

## Did you know???

Kepler is the smallest planet to yet be discovered that orbits in a habitable zone around a sun-like star, kepler 452b has been around for 6 billion years, and researchers are saying that a planet that size will have a good chance of being rocky. Which is how earth is set up!!!

## calculations...

The value of "g" on kepler 452b, and the way its firgured out is by calculating the mass of the planet/ divided by it radius squared and then multiplied by big "G". Which would end up getting you with 3.61m/s2

## Expected problems heading to kepler 452b

## Problems that could be overcome

Traveling time would take too long since the expected time is about 14,000 years. We could travel through black holes because it would take a less amount of time. One problem is people wouldn't have a chance to live on the planet if the straight travel time takes 14,000 years. Another problem would be is this planet suitable for growing crops? To overcome this problem we could develop indoor areas, like greenhouses, where normal outside crops would grow inside. Finally, the last problem that could occur with traveling to the new planet would be if that temperature isn't livable. Since the planet's temperature is unknown it's hard to tell if it's the same or different as here on Earth. To overcome this situation is maybe to do more tests, and to see if we get a more accurate response of the planet's temperature.