Class M planets is a planetary classification used for planets that are optimal for humanoid life. They are almost always found in the ecozone region of a star's solar system. They have an abundant amount of water and a oxygen/nitrogen atmosphere making it highly suitable for life. Earth is an example of a Class M planet.

Planets with more than 80% surface water fall under Class O or Class P.[1]

Class M planets


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