If you could stand on the surface of a super earth, you’d probably feel a higher gravity. inside (of) it. Don’t let the name fool you, however. Considering these planets can have 5 or more times the mass of Earth. A super-Earth planet could very easily be a gas planet too. Astronomers classify a gas giant as a planet with at least 10x Earth’s mass. We don't know what would happen if Earth were supersized or closer to the sun. If the planet has a thick atmosphere it may be able to support life. JoAnna Wendel 5.22.2020 12:30 AM Liquid water is just the start. Astronomers discovered a 'super-Earth' orbiting a dwarf sun 31 light-years away. Question : Which is correct, are we living “in the Earth” or “on the earth”? or a very light core or something? And if its possible, what would be the maximum size of such a super-earth, depending on the types geological compositions (or combinations of geological situations), with an equal (or almost equal) gravity to our earth? By Brian Mastroianni June 2, 2016 / 8:36 AM / CBS News Can there be a super earth with earth like gravity, due to some type of elements in the mantle? But, so far, it seems very fortunate that we aren't living on a planet that's any of those things. We are living on Earth. Super-Earth planets are planets with more mass than our own, but less than that of a gas giant. "Super Earth" 1,200 light-years away might be able to sustain life. This world is a virtual sphere (a ball) and we are all in i.e. Super Earths are few and far between, but every one astronomers find leads us to better understand the likelihood of finding life elsewhere in the galaxy. Answer : We are living in this world. The “Earth” is a planet. So, in the meantime, we'll explore what life on a rocky, habitable super-Earth might be like. or large hollow "caverns" in the mantle? But less gravity than you’d expect.