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Home This graphic compares the size of Earth and Kepler-1649c, an exoplanet only 1.06 times larger than Earth by radius. (NASA/Ames Research Center/Daniel Rutter) This graphic compares the size of Earth and Kepler-1649c, an exoplanet only 1.06 times larger than Earth by radius. (NASA/Ames Research Center/Daniel Rutter)

This graphic compares the size of Earth and Kepler-1649c, an exoplanet only 1.06 times larger than Earth by radius. (NASA/Ames Research Center/Daniel Rutter)

This graphic compares the size of Earth and Kepler-1649c, an exoplanet only 1.06 times larger than Earth by radius. (NASA/Ames Research Center/Daniel Rutter)

This graphic compares the size of Earth and Kepler-1649c, an exoplanet only 1.06 times larger than Earth by radius. (NASA/Ames Research Center/Daniel Rutter)

This artist’s concept shows exoplanet Kepler-1649c orbiting around its host red dwarf star. This exoplanet is in its star’s habitable zone (the distance where liquid water could exist on the planet’s surface) and is the closest to Earth in size and temperature found yet in Kepler’s data. (NASA/Ames Research Center/Daniel Rutter)