What other planets can have life?

Kepler-62e and Kepler-62f are thought capable of hosting life. The planet Kepler-69c is located about 2,700 light-years from Earth in the constellation Cygnus.

Can life live on any other planet?

Meet the Neighbors. Among the stunning variety of worlds in our solar system, only Earth is known to host life. But other moons and planets show signs of potential habitability.

How many planets are there with life on it?

We may expect to find either 2.625 or 1.4 billion planets with the potential to create and maintain life. The exact number is not important as we are dealing with an estimate that contains large uncertainties.

Is there life in Venus?

With extreme surface temperatures reaching nearly 735 K (462 °C; 863 °F) and an atmospheric pressure 90 times that of Earth, the conditions on Venus make water-based life as we know it unlikely on the surface of the planet.

Which planets are most likely to support life?

List

Object Star Period (days)
Kapteyn b Kapteyn’s Star 48.6
Kepler-452b Kepler-452 384.8
Kepler-62e Kepler-62 122.4
Kepler-1652b Kepler-1652 38.1

Does life exist on Venus?

Most astronomers feel that it would be impossible for life to exist on Venus. Today, Venus is a very hostile place. It is a very dry planet with no evidence of water, its surface temperature is hot enough to melt lead, and its atmosphere is so thick that the air pressure on its surface is over 90 times that on Earth.

Can life exist on Mars?

To date, no proof of past or present life has been found on Mars. Cumulative evidence suggests that during the ancient Noachian time period, the surface environment of Mars had liquid water and may have been habitable for microorganisms, but habitable conditions do not necessarily indicate life.

Is there life on moon?

Potential for Life? The Moon’s weak atmosphere and its lack of liquid water cannot support life as we know it.

Is there life in Saturn?

Saturn’s environment is not conducive to life as we know it. The temperatures, pressures, and materials that characterize this planet are most likely too extreme and volatile for organisms to adapt to.