NASA has announced that it has discovered another Earth like planet. Could there be life on it? Could that be our second home if we finally decide to move? This is a huge discovery, and it will only fuel more questions, but this is good too.

NASA introduced us to Kepler 452b. It orbits a star similar to our own, has 385 days a year, and gravity roughly double of Earth's.

It has been within the habitable zone of its star for 6 billion years, which makes it older than the Earth. Kepler 452b is 1,400 light years away, and is likely to support life.

Could there be life on it?