NASA finds a new planet that might be a lot like Earth.
FOX News Radio's Eben Brown reports:
It was discovered by the Kepler spacecraft and named Kepler-452b. It's of similar size to earth and is a similar distance from its star as Earth is to the sun. Though we won't be visiting any time soon...
(Jenkins) "It's about 1,400 light years from us, so pack your bags... it's a long trip. It orbits its star every 385 days."
...Meaning its year is 20 days longer than ours, says NASA's Jon Jenkins.
And while it's the most Earth-like planet ever found, we won't know for sure that it could support life as we know it.
Eben Brown, FOX News Radio.