Kepler-444 A is an orange main-sequence star twice the age of the Sun, an incredible 11 billion years
old. Orbiting this are two red dwarfs (center, right) and five known planets. All planets orbit so
close to their parent star that life as we know it could not exist there. In this view we stand on
the innermost world, its surface largely molten, while the other planets are seen diagonally from
the star (in transit) up to the right corner.