Super-Earth Kepler-186f, one of the first "big sisters" of our planet, does not suffer from the "swinging axis", so it's got to be " earthly "seasons and climate. Scientists came to this conclusion.
They reported this in an article in the Astronomical Journal.
"Mars is within the" zone of life "of the solar system, but its axis is very unstable ̵
<img class = "aligncenter" src = "http://sivpost.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/8d941b6d55b0cb2a03 687f6e69c5b3cc.jpg "Old =" Найдены похожие на емлю планеты, которые могут быть обитаемы (ФОТО)  How large "cousins" of Earth were formed is still largely a mystery to scientists, as long as planetary scientists could not find a newborn star system where such planets would be. This prevents judging whether they can inherently maintain life or extremely high pressure, temperature, or other factors to render them lifeless.
Lee and his colleagues discovered one of the most important features of these planets the planet Kepler-186f is the first "super-earth" in the history of astronomy, the discovery NASA scientists said in April 2014. This planet is in the constellation Cygnus, at a distance of about 560 light-years from Earth, it does and its "neighbors" – the other five worlds of the Kepler-186 system – can be observed using Hubble and many powerful ground-based telescopes.
Gravity interactions Kepler-186f with other planets of this star family, as the scientists explain, will periodically shift its axis, causing it to "swing". The magnitude of these variations may vary, for example, the orbit's inclination angle always varied from 21 to 24 degrees, while the axis of rotation of Mars and Venus at 60 and 180 degrees was documented past.