What might Kepler's discovered planets actually look like?
We don't really know.
This page is from the imagination and creative work of Edwin Faughn.
Edwin Faughn is an artist and lecturer specializing in space sciences and has presented hundreds of presentations to diverse audiences including but not limited to universities, museums, science centers, schools, aviation firms, churches and various civic organizations. His original artwork has been featured in and on the covers of numerous space science and other magazines, exhibitions and planetarium productions. A few of his credits include Scientific American, Astronomy, The Planetary Report, Sky and Telescope, Science News, IAAA World Tour Space Art Exhibition: "The Artist's Universe", Federal Express World Headquarters and the world premiere of Titanic: The Exhibition.
Faughn also served nearly 20 years as the art director for the Sharpe Planetarium of the Pink Palace Family of Museums in Memphis, Tennessee and currently serves as the director of Rainwater Observatory off the beautiful Natchez Trace Parkway in French Camp, Mississippi. For additional information or image use contact Edwin Faughn at: www.edwinfaughn.com. His work can also be seen at: www.rainwaterobservatory.org