New Planet Earth Replacement

Astronomers from the University of California, Berkeley (CU Berkeley) said it had received 24 hours of data from 86 Earth-like planet found in Kepler space telescope. At that time, astronomers will analyze these data for two months.

"Obviously all of these stars have planetary systems that can be inhabited. Interestingly, the planet is also a good place to look for aliens, "said CU graduate of Berkeley, Andrew Simeon.

Astronomers will concentrate on the planet in the habitable zone of stars, where liquid water could be found. "We chose the planet's temperature 000-100 degrees Celsius. Because the planet more habitable living things, "says physicist and chief scientist SETI @ home And Worthier.