10 Exoplanets That We May Colonize In The Future

GJ 667C E

Only 22 light-years from Earth, GJ 667C E is something between a star and a planet. There’s the possibility of liquid water and one half of the planet is always cold while the other one is always warm.

Kepler 186f

Kepler 186 is situated more than five hundred light-years away from Earth. It’s smaller and less warm than our own Sun but would actually be habitable. The days there would be shorter and the year would be only last 130 days.