Could there really be life forms somewhere else besides earth? People have argued the point for decades. Well, the argument has a chance of tilting to one side as scientists say they have found the most 'earth-like' world yet.

About a year ago, NASA launched the Keppler mission to search our region of the Milky Way to hopefully find Earth-sized and smaller planets where liquid water may exist on the surface of the planet.

Recently, NASA reported they had found 461 potential planets outside our solar system and one has them very excited as scientists say it's the first "habitable-zone super Earth around a sun-type star."

Is it only me, or do you hear William Shatner saying "...explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before."

To read more on the Keppler mission from NASA, click here.