The artist conception from the surface of Gliese 667 Cc, the second planet out that orbits along the middle of the habitable zone, Gliese 667 C would have an angular diameter of 1.24 degrees and would appear to be 2.3 times[note 2] the visual diameter of our Sun, as it appears from the surface of the Earth. Gliese 667 C would have a visual area 5.4 times greater than that of the Sun but would still only occupy 0.003 percent of Gliese 667 Cc's sky sphere or 0.006 percent of the visible sky when directly overhead. Gliese 667 Cc is in a rare solar system to be in for an earth-like planet (A triple star system (3 stars)). It would not need extra sunlight, as though it recieves 90% the light Earth gets, most of is in the infrared range making it somewhat warmer. It is likely to be a relatively dry, desert planet if found void of alien life.