GJ 667 Cc or "Big Boy" home sweet home

Welcome to our planet! Below is all the information you need to know about our planet. We are located in the habitable zone of the red dwarf star Gliese 667C. After reading this, you will not be able to refuse this offer. I can assure you that this planet is a luxurious experience that you will not regret.

According to numerous well-respected astronomers, our planet is the most similar to Earth. As you can see in the photo, planet 667C c is the ranked the highest in terms of similarity to planet earth. If your looking for a destination unlike anything you have experienced, you should come live here with us.

GJ667Cc receives a radiation flux which is about 90% of what we receive from our Sun on Earth. Although most of this radiation is emitted in the infrared (IR), it is most likely enough to allow for liquid water on the planetary surface

The force of gravity between our planet and a person at home is approximately 1,520.84 N. (83.71kg). Along with the force of gravity, we calculated the acceleration due to gravity which came out to 4.74m/s^2.

(22.1 Light Years Away)

In order to orbit the star, it takes 76.73 earth days.

Habitability

There a few reasons why our planet is the best option for your destination. Not only are we one of, if not the most similar planet to earth, the temperatures on the terminator line are about 32F which means that liquid water may exist. The terminator line is the area between the eternally dark side and the side which faces directly towards the star. Our planet approximately receives 90% of the light earth does. As well as the tremendous amount of light that we receive, we have a rocky atmosphere that will allow you to go on nice hikes.

  • Fun Facts:
  • Mentioned in the novel Not Alone.
  • The planet receives a similar amount of energy from its star as Earth receives from the sun.
  • Mass is 4/5x that of Earth.

We hope to see you soon!

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Christian Watanabe
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