There's not much known about S'chn T'gai Spockington III's home planet (currently named HD 26965) besides its existence as measured through the gravitational impact on its star. But what we do know is that it's a "super-Earth" (about twice the size of our piddly planet) close to the habitable zone in relation to its star, meaning it could it could theoretically have an atmosphere and allow the pooling of liquid water. But the cozy comparisons to our own Earth stop there. This Vulcan has only a 42-day year, probably has a pretty bone-crushing gravity, and while its location hasn't been pinpointed exactly, it's likely a bit too close to its star for humanoid creatures to live long and prosper before melting into gooey puddles.
But perhaps the most exciting part of this Star Trek discovery is that this real Vulcan is also the nearest super-Earth we know of. The 40 Eridani A star is "only" 16 light years away, making this exoplanet the most reachable reboot we've got for when we finally blow up our own planet. In fact, the Keid star is so close that it's observable from Earth with the naked eye. So from now on, whenever someone tells you that facts don't care about your feelings, you can point to the sky and tell them exactly where they can go.