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Epoch J2000.0 Equinox J2000.0
|Right ascension||19h 53m 16.40s|
|Declination||+47° 16′ 46.2″|
|Apparent magnitude (g)||15.903|
|Apparent magnitude (r)||15.301|
|Apparent magnitude (i)||15.105|
|Apparent magnitude (z)||14.963|
|Apparent magnitude (D51)||15.667|
|Apparent magnitude (J)||14.095|
|Apparent magnitude (H)||13.727|
|Apparent magnitude (K)||13.632|
|J−K color index||0.463|
|Surface gravity (log g)||4.386 cgs|
KOI-730 (KIC #10227020) is a G5V star with an extrasolar planetary system discovered by the Kepler mission. Preliminary studies indicate that the KOI-730 star system consists of 4 planets orbiting the star.
Unconfirmed planetary system
An as-yet unconfirmed planetary system has been detected by the Kepler mission, containing four planet candidates. This system was initially believed to contain two co-orbital planets orbiting the star at approximately the same orbital distance every 9.8 days, with one permanently locked 60° behind the other in one of the two Trojan Lagrangian points. The two co-orbital planets were thought to be locked in mean motion resonances with the other two planets, creating an overall 6:4:4:3 resonance. This would have been the first known example of co-orbital planets.
However follow-up study of the system revealed that an alternative configuration, with the four planets having orbital periods in the ratio 8:6:4:3 is better supported by the data. This configuration does not contain co-orbital planets.
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