Keplar-452b is 1.6 times the size of Earth and older, but not any less welcoming! This is a generational trip of many lifetimes, as Keplar-452b is 1402 light-years away in the constellation Cygnus and would take about 26 million years to get there. We have prepared generation starships for everyone to work, play and bring up your families and families’ families. Careers on-board the starship are available as well for interested applicants. The starship is entirely self-sustaining, providing energy, food, water and air based on technology made to last generations. There’s also enclosed biospheres where you can reminiscence the flora and fauna from Earth. This journey is not for the faint-hearted. It’s for pioneers and explorers, people who are willing to immigrate from Earth to a life in deep space, and ultimately a distant planet (for one of your grand children).
Designated stops at Earth’s nearest star system Proxima Centauri is available upon request.
Some details about Keplar-452b:
It is not known if Kepler-452b is a rocky planet but based on its small radius, Kepler-452b is likely to be rocky It is not clear if Kepler-452b offers habitable environments. It orbits a G2V-type star, like the Sun, which is 20% more luminous, with nearly the same temperature and mass. However, the star is six billion years old, making it 1.4 billion years older than the Sun. At this point in its star’s evolution, Kepler-452b is receiving 10% more energy from its parent star than Earth is currently receiving from the Sun. If Kepler-452b is a rocky planet, it may be subject to a runaway greenhouse effect similar to that seen on Venus. However, due to the planet being 50% bigger than Earth, it is likely to have an estimated mass of 5 M⊕, which could allow it to hold on to any oceans it may have for a longer period, preventing Kepler-452b from succumbing to runaway greenhouse effect for another 500 million years. This in turn would be accompanied with the carbonate–silicate cycle being “buffered” extending its lifetime due to increased volcanic activity on Kepler-452b. This could allow any potential life on the surface to inhabit the planet for another 500–900 million years before the habitable zone is pushed out of Kepler-452b’s orbit.