New Earth is a planet in a triple-star system in the Andromeda galaxy: a sun in
the center; a second one that orbits around it; and a third one in an outer orbit.
Between the outer and inner suns there is a bluish, wide gas belt that moves
around the inner suns.

Within the gas belt moves a chain of six planets. The first planet of the chain is
New Earth.

New Earth has a permanent bluish light all over. The entire planet has only one
continent with several lakes, some small, some large; there are no high
mountains, only hills. There are flowers as big as Earth-trees, and trees several
times the size or Earth-trees.  The view is not clear; the images look
superimposed over each other, as if they were from a 3D movie watched without
special glasses. When the light from the three suns collides inside the density of
the New Earth atmosphere, several reflections of the physical world are created,
like being inside a prism.

In an island at the center of a lake we see a city under a dome, known as
Tenochtitlan, with capacity for six million people. In the terrain outside the
island there is a smaller dome, a teleportation station with capacity for 250,000
people. The domes are sustained by quasi transparent field-force walls.
New Earth
The Rupturians built a replica of the Mayan pyramid
of the Feathered Serpent, Kukulkan, in the planet
New Earth. Since New Earth has light coming from
multiple Suns, Kukulkan's shadow  appears with
immense beauty.
Within the domes the environment is suited to optimal human life; the  view is clear as on Earth. The city is a circular
area divided into six equidistant segments that grow from the center, where there is a circular park. Wide streets that
start in the inner circle and end in the outer circle separate the segments. All the houses are the same size, and have
the shape of a sphere. Grassy areas and trees with thin trunks and big leaves at the top, forming crowns, separate the
houses from each other.

On the horizon, through the walls of the dome, we see two red suns, larger than the sun on Earth, close to each other.
When the pair of suns goes down at sunset, on the right side of the horizon, the third one rises on the left. There are
no nights on New Earth, but they are artificially created changing the density of the dome and its walls. When that
happens, the third sun is seen like a "moon".
Newser) – A planet in a triple-star system a relatively close 22 light years away is the best candidate yet for supporting
life, researchers say. The rocky planet, GJ 667Cc, is around 4.5 times the size of Earth and orbits in the middle of the
"Goldilocks zone" where water can remain stable without boiling or freezing, the Christian Science Monitor reports. It
orbits a red dwarf star once every 28 days, and appears to absorb as much light and energy from its sun as Earth

"If it has an atmosphere, it's probably reddish all the time, because the star is really red," says one of the astronomers
who spotted the planet. "It would be like being evening all the time." The system's binary stars in the distance would be
"very prominent in the sky, and it would be an exotic thing," he adds. More research is planned to determine the nature
of GJ 66vCc's atmosphere and to determine if it's stuck with one side facing its sun and one side facing away, which
would significantly diminish the chances of life existing there.
See pictures of New Earth at the
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Rupturian in Pictures