|Distance from Horax Prime:||1,200 light years|
First called Kepler-62f by scientists a century ago, the exoplanet lies twelve hundred light-years away from Earth in the constellation of Lyra. Kepler-Terra is one of five planets in the Kepler-62 star system. The planet’s close neighbor, Kepler-62e, was reserved for the animal and plant life of Earth to avoid their extinction, as the majority of Earth’s wildlife no longer existed. Rather than being structured based on Earth’s geographical and national composition like Lunar 1, each region of the exoplanet Kepler-Terra was sectioned for every major race of Earth. The Asiatic occupied the largest surface area, Caucasia represented the third largest territory, then the Indus. The second largest region was a cosmopolitan area where all races cohabited.