25 INCREDIBLE Planets We Could Live On Someday

25 INCREDIBLE Planets We Could Live On Someday

Have you ever wondered if humans could live
on other planets besides Earth? With so many star systems and planets in the
Universe, the likelihood of other habitable planets is very high. So, what do we mean by habitable? Usually, it means that a rocky planet is within
the habitable zone of its star and is capable of housing water. So, it doesn’t necessarily mean humans can
fly out there and make camp. While many planets might not be totally habitable
for human life, being within the habitable zone and having water is a good start. With the right technology, we one day could
transform it or create an artificial environment to live there. Ready to trek into space and visit a possible
new planet to call home? I’m Mike with List25 and Here are 25 Incredible
Planets We Could Live On Someday. 25. Kepler-438b – Discovered by scientists at
the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, this planet is 470 light-years away in the
Lyra constellation. It has a dwarf star, is in the habitable zone,
and has both a rocky surface and the potential for flowing water. 24. Kepler-296e – This planet is an Earth-sized
exo-planet also in the Kepler system, but it’s much larger than Earth, measuring 1.75
times larger. It’s also a terrestrial planet in the habitable
zone. 23. Kepler-62e – About 1,200 light-years from
Earth, this planet is a potential water world with a cloudy sky and humid climate. It orbits its star every 122 days and is about
1.6 times the size of Earth. While there may be life on the planet, it
might prove difficult for our own civilization to live there. 22. Gliese 832 c – Located in the Grus constellation,
this planet might have Earth-like temperatures with large seasonal shifts. It’s thought it could either harbor life or
have an atmosphere too hot like Venus. In which case, it wouldn’t work out for us. 21. K2-3d – Orbiting its host star EPIC 201367065,
this planet is 147 light-years away and 1.5 times the size of Earth. In contrast to Earth, K2-3d orbits close to
its star but the temperature of the star and distance of the orbit still puts the planet
in the habitable zone. 20. Kepler-283c – First discovered in 2014, this
planet is located roughly 1,741 light years away from Earth. It’s in the habitable zone and also orbits
its star for 92.7 days. 19. Kepler-1544b – A newly discovered planet,
first announced in 2016, Kepler-1544b is 1,138 light-years away. It orbits around its star every 168.8 days. While it’s in the habitable zone, it’s just
scratching the surface. 18. Gliese 180 c – This planet is 38 light years
from our solar system and, of course, is also in the habitable zone. It’s considered a super-Earth, measuring about
6.4 times larger than our planet. 17. Kepler-440b – Orbiting around an orange dwarf
star, this planet takes about 101 days to revolve around it. While it’s in the habitable zone, some believe
it’s likely a gaseous planet. Of course, if that’s the case, then it wouldn’t
exactly work for us to live there. But who knows? Maybe it’ll turn out to be rocky? 16. Kepler-1638b – This planet orbits a star very
much like our own sun, but it’s also 60 percent wider than Earth. While it’s not identical to Earth, there is
a likelihood water could exist on the planet, and it’s thought to be more Earth-like than
many other exo-planets. 15. LHS 1140 b – A recent find, LHS 1140 b orbits
its red dwarf star every 25 days. It’s also a Super-Earth with 8.5 times Earth’s
mass. It could also prove a long-lasting planet
as red dwarf stars can live for trillions of years, and while red dwarfs can be temperamental,
this one seems to be the exception to the rule. 14. TRAPPIST-1g – Around 40 light-years away in
the constellation Aquarius, this planet is about 10 percent larger than Earth and is
likely tidal locked, where the planet continuously faces its star, Trappist-1. If you were to stand on this planet, you’d
likely see many other planets close up, as we’ll soon discover. 13. TRAPPIST-1f – Like its sister planets, this
planet is 40 light years away and orbits the star TRAPPIST-1, an ultra-cool dwarf star. It’s very close to many other habitable planets
near this star and would also be tidal locked. Tidal locked planets have a terminator line
where one side would be perpetually icy while the other would have flowing water. 12. TRAPPIST-1e – Also in the TRAPPIST-1 system,
this planet is unique in its similarities to Earth in radius, mass, and the amount of
radiation it receives from the star. It could also have a rocky interior as well
as exterior, making it even more similar to our planet. 11. TRAPPIST-1d – One of the smallest and lightest
of the TRAPPIST-1 planets, TRAPPIST-1d is habitable but how much so is questionable. Scientists aren’t sure how thick the atmosphere
is or if it has an ocean or layer of ice. There’s concern it might also have volatile
substances. 10. Luyten b – Scientists believe Luyten b is
both habitable and could have potential life on it. In fact, scientists are so convinced of potential
life on the planet, they have been sending messages to communicate with aliens. The planet is 12.4 light-years away and three
times the size of Earth. 9. Kepler-186f – Kepler-186f takes the prize
for being the first validated habitable and Earth-sized planet of a distant star. 500 light-years away, it’s known to be less
than ten percent larger than Earth, although its mass is not known. Orbiting its star every 130 days, it’s roughly
within the habitable zone. 8. Kepler-62f – Located 1,200 light-years away
in the constellation Lyra, this super-Earth planet orbits its star every 267 days and
is most certainly habitable. It’s also 40 percent larger than our planet,
so there’s plenty of space to roam around. 7. Kepler-1229b – Roughly 770 light-years away,
this recently discovered planet is located in the constellation Cygnus. It’s a rocky planet orbiting a red dwarf star
with a mass and radius much larger than Earth. 6. Wolf 1061c – Just 14 light-years away, Wolf
1061c is one of the closest habitable planets to us. It’s in the Ophiucus constellation and orbits
a red dwarf star every 18 days. But, it’s not very similar to Earth, being
tidal locked and having a greater mass and size. 5. Kepler-452b – While this planet is estimated
to be 60 percent larger than Earth, it and the star it orbits are very similar to our
own. It orbits its star every 385 days and has
the same temperature as ours, sitting right on the edge of the habitable zone. 4. Kepler-442b – This planet is potentially more
habitable than our own. According to a paper published in Astrophysical
Journal that compiled data to measure habitability, Earth’s habitability rating is 0.829, while
Kepler-442b is 0.836. Unfortunately, this planet is 1,100 light
years away, so unless we make super fast spaceships, we’re not getting there anytime soon. 3. Gliese 667 Cc – Discovered in 2009, this planet
is 23 light-years from Earth. While it’s habitable, it’s very different
from our own planet. It has much greater gravity than Earth and
the light from its red dwarf star is dimmer, making the planet far darker than our own. 2. Proxima Centauri b – Only four light-years
away, Proxima Centauri b is 1.3 times the mass of Earth and is within the habitable
zone. The surface would be a chilly -40 C and its
red dwarf star could prove to be unstable, causing too much radiation for humans to handle. But with technology, it’s still a likely candidate
for making a new home. 1. Mars – Mars is the closest semi-habitable
planet to Earth. In fact, NASA is currently working to find
ways to make it more habitable in the future, including sending out an artificial magnetic
field to help bring back its atmosphere. With the right technology, Mars could easily
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Comments (100)

  1. I can't help but think we'll destroy our own planet in the process of trying to make mars habitable.

  2. Great video! But you should make the distinction between radius and mass. For most planets, only one or the other is known, only for a handful both are known (at least for potentially habitable planets). For reference, any planet with less than 3-ish Earth masses, or 1.5 Earth radius', should be rocky, and small enough for us to adapt alright. However, some planets could be very massive, like K2-3 d, so even though it's 1.5 the radius of Earth, it's over 11x the mass, giving it a high gravity.
    Likewise, there are possible ocean worlds, more massive, and wider than Earth; but because their density is low, their gravity can be not much more, to even less than Earth's gravity.
    PHL is a good website with a lot more info 🙂

  3. They fucked the earth n immigrate to another planet to fuck that one too

  4. I believe you are the only channel on the platform that talks about 25 different things in the same videos. Kudos to you , I myself start sweating at 6-7 out of 7 😅 Research is underrated hardwork. Only a creator can understand another creator's hardwork.

  5. If you find an Earth-like planet that's twice as large will the people be half our size?

  6. 14 Lolligo Cattus. Make it happen.

  7. This is all good and all but In the end we’ll need a light-speed capable ship, which were very far from doing.

  8. a good list, I throughly enjoyed it. good job on the research 🙂

  9. Can we live on yoranus?

  10. I thought planets were only habitable if they are flat

  11. I'm sorry but most of these planets that are in the red dwarf star are tidally locked meaning one face of the planet is always facing its sun. One of the sides of the planet is really hot and another side really cold. Habitable zone doesn't mean its livable zone. It's just the distance where water can be liquid.

    I just feel like these videos are just posted without proper research. Quality over Quantity. My example would be Hybrid Librarian

  12. 40c is not chilly it's like 104f maybe you meant 40f?

  13. Human beings will never leave this solar system.

  14. This sounds awesome!!! We should have a plan in case this world ends and we can quickly go to one of these planets! I’m already pumped thinking about it. You know what else I am? Watching this at lunch in school again. Hehehe……… I’m naughty…….

  15. Star Trek plz come true.🚀

  16. I'm not ready for it though. Us eventually scattered across multiple planets is depressive to me. We can just stick to our own.

  17. I think "Goldilocks zone" is more fun than saying "habitable zone".

  18. How could number 2 be okay with radiation but we cant cure trinoble in Russia?

  19. Will never happen. Ever. Earth is it.

  20. And then, once we live there, we pollute it.

  21. only at 17 and there's been two that aren't keplar..

  22. Space… The final frontier.. these are the voyages of list 25.. ALSO.. a long time ago… Far far away..

    BUT just remember… It's all fun an exploration.. until we run into real life bioraptors, Xenomorphs, borg, angry space slugs claiming we owe them money or giant space cockroaches

  23. I love things like this I'm such a nerd you wouldn't think of it by just looking at me but I'm the biggest nerd you could ever meet 😁
    Awesome video really entertaining……

  24. Notice how every picture on this list is a CARTOON IMAGE aka CGI…Yea,,that's because none of these actually exist! You Americans are more gullible than North Koreans!

  25. I’m a time traveler and we will reach another livable planet in the year 2337. And yes, Black people are still walking around claiming everything is racist.

  26. Hey Mike, say habitable one more time 😂

  27. I would like to go to Mars and claim it for California.

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  29. RE: "Tidally Locked Planets…Are always Cold on the Dark Side!"
    Per Extensive "Super Cpu" scenario findings conducted by Scientists at NASA…If "Wind Currents and Topography Permit" (Jet Streams/Mountain Ranges) the "Whole Planet" can be Approx; the Same Temp' for most of the year!

  30. 40 degrees Celsius is not cool.

  31. "a chilly 40° Celsius"
    That must be a mistake in the script

  32. I think we don't deserve as a species to live on another planet especially one let's habitable because as human beings we pollute the atmosphere trash environment and kill each other until we stop murdering each other over tribal God images become environmentally friendly and stop killing each other for insane reasons we deserve nothing

  33. Let's just move to the Kepler system what sure I find a Planet there

  34. I'm a time traveler, and as I was perusing the ancient library of Alexandria, I came across a papyrus called "The list of 5 habitable places we could live". It said similar things about mysterious places that may or may not exist, that would take years to get to, and were empty of intelligence. 😛


    My other gripe about this is, who says all life needs the same environment as humans to be habitable? There are things (albeit, small ones) on our own planet, that live where no human can. We may be shocked to discover there is other intelligent life out in the universe, that may (or may not) look like us.

  35. Little problem though
    Pathogens,poisonous elements,insects and critters.

  36. Wanna send me an autographed picture?

  37. Theres no planets and no space. Earth is flat, we live in a contained realm

  38. The earth was better before the humans "evolved", it will be better after "we" are extinct.

  39. I hope we don't bring religion to our new planet

  40. Why do I watch these ridiculous space vids? Because they’re just swell

  41. All of these planets are fiction and speculation… It will take more than 1000 years (at current technology level) to send a probe and get a report back, telling if what scientists think the closest is like has any resemblance to reality.

    Without the reference of a probe actually visiting a few of the planets we have no clue if the speculation has any validity at all.

  42. We will never live in a different plant… We will die on plant 🌎

  43. If any of these become fit to live on i do want to visit one of them

  44. But if we did I wouldn’t want anything political or nothing like that involved on it

  45. It would be cool if one of these planets were to be for sale and I bought one of them and I could run it the way I wanted too

  46. Tidal locked planets would be conducive to human life.

  47. Nice Star Trek II reference.

  48. 25 made up planets nobody has ever seen. So stupid.

  49. If you do all this research to do all these lists at least research how to say gliese correctly

  50. We can't even go 4 light years away, so how in the hell are we supposed to travel 1700 light years. FANTASY. The Light barrier lets civilizations grow and develop on their own.

  51. Chilly 40 degrees….. Celsius……. I hope that was sarcasm

  52. Planets much more massive than earth are not habitable by us one you listed was 8.5 times more massive… A 200 lbs person would be 1700 pounds not survivable for long. Humans probly couldn't adapt to anything more than 2g long term even that would likely have some major health down sides.

  53. Great list! I just wish you spent a bit more time discussing each of the planets. They are all so interesting!

  54. Proxima Centauri is a chilly 40c ?!?, uhmmm are we looking for habital planets here? Maybe hot but doable…

  55. Thoroughly enjoyed this video

  56. 40°C is NOT "chilly"! It's 3° above body temperature!

  57. Every other planet we could live on except the sun's the wrong color so Superman wouldn't be able to fly or have any super powers. Also Mars is further from our Sun so most if not all of us would eventually freeze to death. How about we try saving the planet we live on first?

  58. 25 planets that we will never live on yet nice to look at

  59. Mars, I am coming soon then later!!!!?

  60. What about Titan?

  61. The list should be retitled to: 25 Other Planets us humans can Destroy.

  62. If we don’t get involved in a nuclear war with Russia we may have a future but the way things are looking from the last time I checked looks like it’ll be an imminent threat

  63. Would nth we get smashed by the gravity of the second planet you mentioned

  64. "We" as in the human race cuz I dont think that would happen in my life time I'm lucky if they really habit mars

  65. Makes me wonder if someone on one of the listed planets in this video is also watching a video about other far away planets they may be able to live some day and Earth is on their list.

  66. People keep dreaming of living in other planets other The our Earth. By all means people. Get the F out. Cya. I’ll stay here on 🌏…

  67. Not in Simulation Theory 1…may in 2 when the new game comes out

  68. I believe 40 degrees Celsius is hot. And not chilling cold.

  69. Great list of planets!

  70. mankind will destroy itself looooong before we ever have the tech to move people, let alone survive on other planets

  71. Everytime you say "consistently conciliating curiosity", it reminds me of how my dad says, after every meal, "well, i'm sufficiently suffonsified!" Apparently, it means full!

  72. Get you’re ass to mars

  73. We need to renamw these planets

  74. Salad them essentially relatively lose secondary profile collapse.

  75. Number 10 definitely has life on as there's a satellite dish there and somebody's been there filming 😂😂

  76. All aboard to no5

  77. Humanity will never exist on another planet. If we have the technology to move the entire species to an exoplanet, then we have the technological capability to fix whatever we're trying to flee.

  78. We don't need another planet to destroy.😔

  79. by watching this video it made me wonder maybe we humans will be those aliens who goes to other planets and take wolds from other aliens races

  80. List 25 is 1 of my favourite YouTube channel

  81. There's life on Mars, but the government is hiding the truth from the masses

  82. If it's tidally locked, forget about it.

  83. We love u


  84. Someday I will go to outer space in the future like going to Mars first. I will go to any Kepler planets in the future with NASA. Once I go to outer space I'm not coming back to Earth ever again.

  85. Never expect that Mars would be number one on the list.

  86. Thanks for sharing. I loved this one!

  87. There its a way for interstellar travel. It's only a matter of time before technology reaches that ability.

  88. One of the most WTF lists on a channel that has many WTF lists.

  89. Why is everyone looking for a livable planet?
    Instead of taking care the planet ( Earth) God has already blessed u'll with 🤔

  90. A chilly 40 degrees Celsius…

  91. i don't think humans should go to other planets, yes water is fine, what about food, can we eat the plants on other planets and even if we can, should we eat the animals on other planets

  92. One Day If there’s another planet like Earth I can live on It.

  93. We're gonna some how destroy all those planets before we even land on them and explore them

  94. Three questions.
    1. If the planet is much larger than our own does that mean that the gravity will be much different than our own (lighter or stronger)?
    2. With some of the planets being over 1000 light years from earth, even at the speed of light it would take us more than 1000 years to reach that planet. So, would this be a multi-generational mission to reach the planet?
    3. If the travel is meant to be multi-generational, how will we be sure that those who do finally reach the planet will be well educated enough to understand what it is that they're supposed to do?

  95. The background music is unnecessary, distracting and annoying.

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