This celestial body is within the range of “Goldilocks Zone” which is an area where there is the possibility that humans can stay alive. The area is not at extreme temperatures that is why it can promote human life.
Our knowledge of this planet is limited due to the fact that it is 500 light years far from our planet Earth. Even though Kepler may be similar to our home, human-kind still did not step on Mars so pondering about going to Kepler has to wait for some more time.
As Kepler is similar to Earth, experts have some estimations about the quality of the planet. It is predicted that there are minerals comparable to those on Earth and they think that Kepler has a rocky ground like the one we have.
Even if Kepler is in Goldilocks Zone, it is probable that a chilly temperature can greet us in there. Experts think that visiting it could be like visiting San Francisco on a frosty day. It is still acceptable reminding that if you go to Mars you could never dare to have a walk without your space suit.
The star that Kepler is around does beam less blue light thus even though the scientists are not yet sure about it, if the planet has oceans they would have a dim blue color. I can be imagined closer to gray. According to scientific opinion, if Kepler or similar planets will have life flourishing, it is highly likely that it will start in the oceans.