Researchers have discovered a new Earth-sized planet orbiting a star outside our solar system. The planet, called Kepler-1649c, is around 1.06 times larger than Earth. It’s also quite close to its star, orbiting at a distance that means it gets around 75% of the light Earth does from the Sun. The planet’s star is a red dwarf. It orbits so closely to its star that one year is just 19.5 of our days.