Hunting down new life


Kepler-186f is one of the first Earth-size planet found in the habitable zone of its star. It orbits a red dwarf star. it has a suitable atmosphere and is rocky like Earth. Kepler-186f is 500 light-years away from earth.

How Does Kepler-186f compare to Earth

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Mass:______________________5.9722 x10^24 kg_______________________1.195 x10^25kg______

Acceleration Due

To Gravity (g):______________________9.8 m/s/s__________________________27.31m/s/s_______

Average Distance

from the Sun:__________________150,000,000Km______________________60,000,000 km__


Temperature:____________185/331 (min/max) K_______________________32F or 0C_______

Length of a Day:________________________24 hr.__________________________________52.4km__

Length of a Year:_________1 year (365.25 Days)____________________0.36 (days) ______

Number of Moons:__________________________1_________________________________None____

Number of Rings:_________________________None_______________________________None_______

How old would a 15 year

old person be if you lived on:________15 years____________________________38 years

How much would a 50kg

person weigh if you lived on:___490N / 110 lbs._____________540 lbs.__

Distance from Earth: 500 light years

Mass of Earth= 5.9722 x 10^24

Mass of Kepler-186f= 1.195 x 10^25

The value of "g" is: 21,749,420.43 m/s^2

If your spaceship can travel at 0.1C, how long would it take to travel to your planet? How old would you be when you arrive?: It would take 203 years to get there and I would be 215 years old.

It would take 5,000 years to get to my planet. I would be 5,014 when I arrive.

How to get there!

The shuttle for Dianna will be departing earth in approximately 6 months on august 10 , 2052. The shuttle will only be able to accommodate 350,000 settlers (as well as its crew of 350). The trip to Diana ,which transverses 500 light-years at warp 1.4 (.1C the speed of light or 1.195x10^25 km/hr), will take approximately 5,000years.