NASA's planet-hunting telescope has discovered two planets that seem like places for some sort of life to flourish.
The agency says Kepler-62-E and Kepler-62-F are the best candidates for habitable planets found so far.
The two planets are slightly wider than earth... And in the right place near *their* sun.
Past planets seen orbiting other stars are too big, too hot or too cold.
The planets are circling the same star and are slightly wider than Earth.
The discoveries were announced Thursday in the journal Science.