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A New Earth 2.0

By Shianne Jeffers All Rights Reserved ©

Scifi / Fantasy


Earth 2.0 was found in 1995, almost over 160 exo-planets has been found since then. This new planet, which is only about five times bigger than Earth, is the smallest exo-planet ever found orbiting a star. By the year 2030, life and civilization has advanced enough to travel at light speed in space, and explore other more outer planets besides just sending probes and satellites to take pictures. For the first time a ship with a manned crew has been assigned to explore planet OGLE-2005-BLG-390Lb, or Earth 2.0 as named by NASA's youngest scientist and co-leader of the manned mission to this new Earth, Marie Antonia. Probes and bots have all been sent to explore this Earth, and have brought back positive signs of humans being able to possibly live on this new Earth. Earth 2. 0 is around 25 000 light-years away from Earth, close to the center of our own galaxy, the Milky Way. It has an orbital period of 10 years and is about three times as far from its parent star as Earth is from our Sun. First believed that this new planet would be cold, probes proved NASA scientist wrong. Images brought back shows signs of active water, huge masses of water and land all over the planet,


This world is vast and mysterious. It’s full of dangers and chaos. It holds the greatest wonders of this world, and it is my home. This is where I belong, with my new family. I smile at them and they smile back. Finally... I’m here.

‘Earth 2.0 is ready to receive guest!’ my ear piece says. I nod, and turn to my side. Time to get this new adventure started!

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