http://cosmiclog.nbcnews.com/_news/...g-splash-with-possibly-habitable-super-earths Just announced 18 April. "Kepler-mission-makes-big-splash-with-possibly-habitable-super-earths". These are in constellation Lyra. I can't evaluate how definite or reliable this is, but some readers may want to check it out. Here is a YouTube by a scientist at Heidelberg MPI, named Lisa Kaltenegger. It's fairly informative. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5rW70-HnhA&feature=player_embedded The star is smaller and much cooler than our sun, so it would probably be reddish color. The planets are most likely rocky, with water, and might be entirely covered with ocean (no dry land). It's not a place one would want to go :-D but it might turn out to be very interesting to study. Kaltenegger is a specialist in exoplanet atmospheres. She apparently thinks that it will eventually be possible to learn something about the atmospheres surrounding these planets. That would be a key to determining their temperature,and whether or not they could support life.