List of exoplanets discovered using the Kepler spacecraft

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An artist imagining of Kepler-62f, a potentially habitable exoplanet discovered using data transmitted by the Kepler craft.

The list of exoplanets detected by the Kepler spacecraft contains bodies with a wide variety of properties, with significant ranges in orbital distances, masses, radii, composition, habitability, and host star type. As of February 2014, the Kepler spacecraft and its follow-up observations has detected 961 confirmed planets, including hot Jupiters, super-Earths, circumbinary planets, and planets located in the circumstellar habitable zones of their host stars. In addition, Kepler has detected over 3,601 unconfirmed planet candidates[1][2] and 2,165 eclipsing binary stars.[2]

In addition to detecting planets itself, Kepler has also uncovered the properties of three previously known extrasolar planets. Public Kepler data has also been used by groups independent of NASA, such as the Planet Hunters citizen-science project, to detect several planets orbiting stars collectively known as Kepler Objects of Interest.[3][4][5][6][7][8][9]

Histogram of Exoplanets by size - the gold bars represent Kepler's latest newly verified exoplanets (February 26, 2014).
Histogram of Exoplanet Discoveries - gold bar diplays new planets "verified by multiplicity" (February 26, 2014).

Kepler, launched on March 7, 2009, was designed to observe a fixed portion of the sky in visible light and measure the light curves of the various stars in its field of view, looking for planets crossing in front of their host stars via the transit method.[10][11] Since the launch of the spacecraft, though, both the Kepler team at NASA and independent researchers have found new ways of detecting planets, including the use of the transit timing variation method and relativistic beaming.[12] In addition, gravitational microlensing has been proposed as a method of using Kepler to detect compact objects, such as white dwarfs, neutron stars, and black holes.[11] Kepler has also measured the reflected light from some planets already known, discovering planets undetectable with the transit method[13] as well as improving knowledge of the characteristics of planets already discovered.[14] Although Kepler has not been able to collect data since May 11, 2013, analysis of the data it has collected is ongoing.[15]

On February 26, 2014, NASA announced the discovery of 715 newly verified exoplanets around 305 stars by the Kepler Space Telescope. The exoplanets were found using a statistical technique called "verification by multiplicity". 95% of the discovered exoplanets were smaller than Neptune and four, including Kepler-296f, were less than 2 1/2 the size of Earth and were in habitable zones where surface temperatures are suitable for liquid water.[16][17][18]

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All planets discovered lie in one of the three northern constellations of Cygnus, Lyra and Draco, which contain Kepler's photometer's field of view.

Table keys
Key.svg Planet type
circumbinary planet
planet orbits a single star in a multiple star system
planet has a circumbinary orbit in a system with more than 2 stars
Kepler community planet
None of the above
Planet Mass
(MJ)
Radius
(RJ)
Density
g/cm3
Surface
gravity

m/s2
Orbital
period

(d)
Semimajor
axis

(AU)
Orbital
ecc.
Properties of the parent star Year of confirmation Ref.
App.
mag.
Distance
(ly)
Spectral
type
Earth
(for reference)
0.00315 0.0892 5.515 9.7803 365.2563 1 0.0167 - 0 G2V - [19]
TrES-2b
(Kepler-1b)
1.199 1.272 0.7725 18.37 1.49 0.036 0 11.41 750 G0V 2006 [20]
HAT-P-7b
(Kepler-2b)
1.8 1.363 0.94 24 2.20 0.038 0 10.46 1044 F8 2008 [21]
HAT-P-11b
(Kepler-3b)
0.081 0.422 1.4 11 4.89 0.053 0.198 9.59 123 K4 2009 [22]
Kepler-4b 0.077 0.357 2.2 15 3.21 0.046 0 12.6 1794 G0 2010 [23][24]
Kepler-5b 2.114 1.431 0.9566 25.59 3.55 0.051 0 13.9 2010 [25][26]
Kepler-6b 0.669 1.323 0.383 9.48 3.23 0.046 0 13.8 2010 [27][28]
Kepler-7b 0.433 1.478 0.178 4.91 4.89 0.062 0 13.3 2010 [29][30]
Kepler-8b 0.603 1.419 0.280 7.42 3.52 0.048 0 13.9 4338 F5V 2010 [31][32]
Kepler-9b 0.252 0.842 0.560 8.81 19.24 0.14 0.15 13.9[33] 2300 G2V 2010 [3][34]
Kepler-9c 0.171 0.823 0.407 6.26 38.91 0.225 0.13 13.9[33] 2300 G2V 2010 [3][35]
Kepler-9d 0.15 1.59 0.027 0 13.9[33] 2300 G2V 2010 [3][36]
Kepler-10b 0.0143 0.127 9.26 22.0 0.84 0.017 0 10.96 564 G 2011 [37][38]
Kepler-10c < 0.063 0.199 < 11 < 39 45.29 0.241 0 10.96 564 G 2011 [37][39]
Kepler-11b 0.01353 0.1762 3.280 10.80 10.30 0.091 0 13.7 1999 GV 2011 [40][41][42]
Kepler-11c 0.0425 0.28175 2.52 13.3 13.03 0.106 0 13.7 1999 GV 2011 [40][41][43]
Kepler-11d 0.01919 0.3068 0.8812 5.054 22.69 0.159 0 13.7 1999 GV 2011 [40][41][44]
Kepler-11e 0.02643 0.4043 0.5303 4.008 32.00 0.194 0 13.7 1999 GV 2011 [40][41][45]
Kepler-11f 0.007 0.2335 0.7 3 46.69 0.25 0 13.7 1999 GV 2011 [40][41][46]
Kepler-11g < 0.95 0.3274 < 36 < 220 118.38 0.462 0 13.7 1999 GV 2011 [40][41][47]
Kepler-12b 0.431 1.695 0.117 3.72 4.44 0.0556 0.01 13.4 1959 G0 2011 [48][49]
Kepler-13 Ab 5-8 1.4 1.7637 0.038 10 A 2011 [50][51]
Kepler-14b 8.4 1.136 7.6 160 6.79 0.078 0.035 12.12 3196 F 2011 [52][53][54]
Kepler-15b 0.66 0.96 0.99 18 4.94 0.057 0 13.8 G 2011 [55][56][57]
Kepler-16b 0.33 0.75 1.0 15 228.78 0.7 0 12 ~200 K/M 2011 [58][59][60]
Kepler-17b 2.45 1.31 1.45 35.4 1.48 0.02591 <0.011 14 ~2600 G2V 2011 [61][62]
Kepler-18b 0.02 0.18 4.9 20 3.50 0.0447 0 14 2011 [63][64]
Kepler-18c 0.054 0.489 0.61 5.6 7.64 0.0752 0 14 2011 [63][65]
Kepler-18d 0.051 0.62 0.28 3.3 14.86 0.1172 0 14 2011 [63][66]
Kepler-19b < 0.06 0.2 < 10 < 40 9.29 0.0853 0 12 2011 [67][68]
Kepler-19c < 6 < 160 12 2011 [69]
Kepler-20b 0.027 0.170 7.3 23 3.70 0.04537 < 0.32 12.5 950 G8 2011 [70][71]
Kepler-20c 0.051 0.273 3.3 17 10.85 0.0930 < 0.40 12.5 950 G8 2011 [70][72]
Kepler-20d (<)0.06 0.245 <4.1 77.61 0.3453 < 0.60 12.5 950 G8 2011 [70][73]
Kepler-20e < 0.005 0.077 < 10 < 20 6.10 0.0507 < 0.28 12.5 950 G8 2011 [70][74][75]
Kepler-20f < 0.010 0.092 < 17 < 29 19.58 0.1104 < 0.32 12.5 950 G8 2011 [70][74][76]
Kepler-21b < 0.033 0.1459 < 14 < 38 2.79 0.0425 0 8.27 352 F6IV 2011 [77][78]
Kepler-22b < 0.11 0.212 < 15 < 61 289.86 0.849 0 12 619 G5V 2011 [79][80]
Kepler-23b < 0.8 0.17 < 200 < 700 7.1073 0.099 14 2610 2012 [81][82]
Kepler-23c < 2.7 0.29 < 150 < 800 10.7421 0.080 14 2610 2012 [81][83]
Kepler-24b < 1.6 0.21 < 230 < 900 8.1453 0.106 15.5 3915 2012 [84][85]
Kepler-24c < 1.6 0.25 < 140 < 630 12.3335 0.068 15.5 3915 2012 [84][86]
Kepler-25b < 12.7 0.23 < 1400 < 6000 6.2385 0.068 11 2012 [87][88]
Kepler-25c < 4.16 0.40 < 86 < 640 12.7204 0.110 11 2012 [87][89]
Kepler-25d ≥ 0.283 123 11 2014 [87][90][91]
Kepler-26b < 0.380 0.32 < 15 < 92 12.2829 0.085 16 2012 [92][93]
Kepler-26c < 0.375 0.32 < 15 < 91 17.2513 0.107 16 2012 [92][94]
Kepler-27b < 9.11 0.36 < 260 < 1700 15.3348 0.118 15.9 2012 [95][96]
Kepler-27c < 13.8 0.44 < 220 < 1800 31.3309 0.191 15.9 2012 [95][97]
Kepler-28b < 1.51 0.32 < 61 < 370 5.9123 0.062 15.5 2012 [98][99]
Kepler-28c < 1.36 0.30 < 67 < 370 8.9858 0.081 15.5 2012 [98][100]
Kepler-29b < 0.4 0.32 < 20 < 100 10.336 0.09 15.5 4570 2012 [101][102]
Kepler-29c < 0.4 0.32 < 20 < 100 13.2907 0.11 15.5 4570 2012 [101][103]
Kepler-30b < 0.2 0.33 < 7 < 50 29.329 0.18 0.042 15.5 G6V 2012 [104][105]
Kepler-30c < 9.1 1.28 < 5.8 < 140 60.3251 0.30 0.011 15.5 G6V 2012 [104][106]
Kepler-30d < 17 0.952 < 26 < 460 143.213 0.5 0.022 15.5 G6V 2012 [104][107]
Kepler-31b < 6.8 0.38 < 160 < 1200 20.8613 0.16 15.5 2012 [108][109]
Kepler-31c < 4.7 0.37 < 120 < 850 42.6318 0.26 15.5 2012 [108][110]
Kepler-32b < 4.1 0.36 < 120 < 780 5.90124 0.05 16 990 M1V 2012 [111][112]
Kepler-32c < 0.5 0.33 < 20 < 100 8.7522 0.09 16 990 M1V 2012 [111][113]
Kepler-32d 0.222 22.780806 0.129 15.913 990 M1V 2013 [114]
Kepler-32e 0.099 2.896009 0.033 15.913 990 M1V 2013 [114]
Kepler-32f 0.077 0.742956 0.013 15.913 990 M1V 2013 [114]
Kepler-33b 0.134 5.667939 0.06544 0 14 G1IV 2012 [115][116]
Kepler-33c 0.245 13.17563 0.11484 0 14 G1IV 2012 [115][117]
Kepler-33d 0.406 21.7759 0.16053 0 ~14 G1IV 2012 [115][118]
Kepler-33e 0.307 31.78438 0.20656 0 14 G1IV 2012 [115][119]
Kepler-33f 0.341 41.02903 0.2449 0 14 G1IV 2012 [115][120]
Kepler-34b 0.22 0.764 0.65 9.3 288.822 1.0896 0.042 15 4890 G/G 2012 [121][122]
Kepler-35b 0.127 0.728 0.436 5.94 131.458 0.60347 0.182 16 5370 G/G 2012 [123][124]
Kepler-36b 0.014 0.132 8.1 20 13.83989 0.1153 <0.039 15 1530 G1IV 2012 [125][126]
Kepler-36c 0.025 0.327 0.95 5.8 16.23855 0.1283 <0.033 15 1530 G1IV 2012 [125][127]
Kepler-37b 0.0270 13.367308 0.1003 9.71 ~215 G 2013 [128]
Kepler-37c 0.066 21.301886 0.742 9.71 ~215 G 2013 [128]
Kepler-37d 0.178 39.792187 0.2076 9.71 ~215 G 2013 [128]
Kepler-38b 0.38 0.39 105.595 0.4644 <0.032 14.3 2000 K IV/M 2012
Kepler-39b 18 1.22 12.4 21.0874 0.155 0.121 14.327 3910 F7IV 2011 [129]
Kepler-40b 2.2 1.17 1.68 6.87349 0.080 0 14.58 8800 F5IV 2011 [130]
Kepler-41b 0.55 0.89 1.1 1.855558 0.03 ~0 14.465 2510 G2V 2011 [131]
Kepler-42b > 0.009 0.07 1.21377 0.0116 15.92 130 M5V 2012 [114]
Kepler-42c > 0.006 0.065 0.453285 0.006 15.92 130 M5V 2012 [114]
Kepler-42d > 0.003 0.051 1.85617 0.0154 15.92 130 M5V 2012 [114]
Kepler-43b 3.23 1.20 2.33 3.024095 0.0449 <0.025 14.0 126 G0V or
G0IV
2012 [114]
Kepler-44b 1.02 1.24 0.65 3.246740 0.0455 <0.021 15 126 G2IV 2012 [114]
Kepler-45b 0.505 0.96 0.8 2.455239 0.030 0.11 16.88 126 M0V 2012 [114]
Kepler-46b > 6 0.812 33.60134 0.01967 0.01 13.44 126 2012 [114]
Kepler-46c 0.376 57.004 0.2799 <0.015 13.44 126 2012 [114]
Kepler-47b 0.27 49.514 0.2962 <0.035 15.178 4900 G/M 2012 [114]
Kepler-47c 0.41 303.148 0.991 <0.411 15.178 4900 G/M 2012 [114]
Kepler-48b 0.04 0.18 4.77798 0.053 13.5 2012 [114]
Kepler-48c 0.02 0.3 9.67393 0.085 13.5 2012 [114]
Kepler-48d 0.025 0.182 5.08 42.8961 0.23 13.5 2014 [91][114]
Kepler-48e ≥2.067 982 13.5 2014 [91][114]
Kepler-49b 0.24 7.20379 0.06 15.5 2012 [114]
Kepler-49c 0.23 10.9129 0.079 15.5 2012 [114]
Kepler-50b 0.024 0.2 7.81251 0.082 11.0 2012 [114]
Kepler-50c 0.022 0.25 9.37614 0.093 11.0 2012 [114]
Kepler-51b 0.63 <0.05 45.1553 0.252 0.040 14.669 2012 [114][132]
Kepler-51c 0.0126 0.8 <0.05 85.31644 0.385 0.014 14.669 2012 [114][132]
Kepler-51d 0.018 0.86 0.046 130.178058 0.51 0.008 14.669 2014 [114][132]
Kepler-52b 0.28 0.19 7.87736 0.065 15.5 2012 [114]
Kepler-52c 0.12 0.16 16.385 0.105 15.5 2012 [114]
Kepler-53b 0.26 0.26 18.649 0.141 16.0 2012 [114]
Kepler-53c 0.076 0.28 38.5583 0.228 16.0 2012 [114]
Kepler-54b 0.19 8.01094 0.063 16.3 2012 [114]
Kepler-54c 0.11 12.0717 0.083 16.3 2012 [114]
Kepler-55b 0.22 27.9481 0.155 16.3 2012 [114]
Kepler-55c 0.2 42.1516 0.203 16.3 2012 [114]
Kepler-56b 0.0700 0.34 0.442 10.5034 0.1028 13.0 G0V 2012 [114]
Kepler-56c 0.5700 0.7 1.060 21.405 0.1652 13.0 G0V 2012 [114]
Kepler-57b 0.31 0.2 5.72932 0.059 15.5 2012 [114]
Kepler-57c 0.017 0.14 11.6093 0.095 15.5 2012 [114]
Kepler-58b 0.086 0.25 10.2185 0.093 15.3 2012 [114]
Kepler-58c 0.13 0.26 15.5742 0.124 15.3 2012 [114]
Kepler-59b 0.098 11.8682 0.106 14.8 2012 [114]
Kepler-59c 0.18 17.9801 0.14 14.8 2012 [114]
Kepler-60b 0.2 7.13162 0.075 14.5 2012 [114]
Kepler-60c 0.22 8.91935 0.087 14.5 2012 [114]
Kepler-60d 0.23 11.9016 0.106 14.5 2012 [114]
Kepler-61b 0.192 59.87756 0.249 <0.25 15 900 K7V 2013 [133]
Kepler-62b 0.028 0.117 5.714932 0.0553 13.75 ~1200 K2V 2013
Kepler-62c 0.0126 0.048 12.4417 0.0929 13.75 ~1200 K2V 2013
Kepler-62d 0.044 0.174 18.16406 0.12 13.75 ~1200 K2V 2013
Kepler-62e 0.113 0.144 122.3874 0.427 13.75 ~1200 K2V 2013
Kepler-62f 0.11 0.126 267.291 0.718 13.75 ~1200 K2V 2013
Kepler-63b 0.545 9.43415 0.08 12.02 652 2013
Kepler-64b (PH1 b) <0.531 0.551 138.317 0.652 0.0702 12.395 3000 F/M 2013 [134]
Kepler-65b 0.126 2.154910 0.035 11.018 2013
Kepler-65c <0.084 0.23 5.859944 0.068 11.018 2013
Kepler-65d 0.0062 0.135 8.131146 0.084 11.018 2013
Kepler-66b 0.31 0.25 17.815815 0.1352 15.3 3610 GOV 2013
Kepler-67b 0.31 0.26 15.72590 0.1171 16.4 3610 G9V 2013
Kepler-68b 0.026 0.196 3.32 5.398763 0.0617 ~0 9.997 440 2013
Kepler-68c ~0.015 0.081 9.605065 0.09059 ~0 9.997 440 2013
Kepler-68d ≥0.947 580.0 1.4 0.18 9.997 440 2013
Kepler-69b 0.2 13.722341 0.094 0.160 13.7 ~2700 G 2013
Kepler-69c 0.153 242.4613 0.64 0.140 13.7 ~2700 G 2013
Kepler-70b 0.014 0.0677 0.240104 0.006 14.87 ~3850 sdb 2013
Kepler-70c 0.021 0.0773 0.342887 0.0076 14.87 ~3850 sdb 2013
Kepler-71b 1.04 3.905081 0.047 0 15.127 2610 2013
Kepler-74b 0.68 0.765 0.370 7.3407239 0.074 0.287 14.412 4340 F8V 2013
Kepler-75b 9.9 0.84 11 8.8849716 0.077 0.569 15.264 3720 G8V 2013
Kepler-76b 2 1.25 1.4 1.54492875 0.028 13.3 G2V 2013
Kepler-77b 0.43 0.960 0.603 3.57878087 0.04501 ~0 13.938 1860 G5V 2013
Kepler-78b 0.0055 0.1 5.45 11 0.355007 0.01 11.551 400 G 2013
Kepler-79b 0.231 13.485 0.117 13.914 2013
Kepler-79c 0.247 27.402 0.188 13.914 2013
Kepler-80b 0.236 7.053 0.065 14.804 1100 2013
Kepler-80c 0.249 9.522 0.079 14.804 1100 2013
Kepler-81b 0.216 5.955 0.056 15.019 2013
Kepler-81c 0.211 12.04 0.089 15.019 2013
Kepler-82b 0.357 26.444 0.169 15.158 2013
Kepler-82b 0.4770 51.538 0.264 15.158 2013
Kepler-83b 0.252 9.77 0.078 15.777 2013
Kepler-83c 0.211 20.09 0.126 15.777 2013
Kepler-84b 0.199 8.726 0.083 14.764 2013
Kepler-84c 0.211 12.883 0.108 14.764 2013
Kepler-85b 0.176 8.306 0.079 14.779 2013
Kepler-85c 0.194 12.513 0.103 14.779 2013
Kepler-86b
(PH2 b)
0.905 282.526 0.828 0.41 ~11.5 G 2013
Kepler-87b 1.02 1.204 0.729 114.73709 0.471 0.036 15.0 2013
Kepler-87c 0.02 0.548 0.152 192.363 0.664 0.039 15.0 2013
Kepler-88b 0.027 0.337 0.87 10.95416 0.05593 11.454 1100 2013
Kepler-88c 0.626 22.3395 0.15525 0.05628 11.454 1100 2013
Kepler-89b 0.033 0.153 10.1 3.743208 0.05119 0.07±0.42 10.926 2013
Kepler-89c 0.049 0.385 0.91 10.423648 0.1013 0.31±0.65 10.926 2013
Kepler-89d 0.334 1.005 0.363 22.3429890 0.1684 0.022 10.926 2013
Kepler-89e 0.110 0.585 0.60 54.32031 0.3046 0.019 10.926 2013
Kepler-90b 0.117 7.008151 0.074 12.482 2500 2013
Kepler-90c 0.106 8.719375 0.089 12.482 2500 2013
Kepler-90d 0.256 59.73667 0.32 12.482 2500 2013
Kepler-90e 0.237 91.93913 0.42 12.482 2500 2013
Kepler-90f 0.257 124.9144 0.48 12.482 2500 2013
Kepler-90g 0.723 210.60697 0.71 12.482 2500 2013
Kepler 90h 1.008 331.60059 1.01 12.482 2500 2013
Kepler-91b 0.88 1.384 0.44 6.24658 0.072 0.066 12.9 3360 K3III 2013 [135]
Kepler-92b <0.202 0.313 13.749 0.118 10.403 5883 2013 [136]
Kepler-92c 0.019 0.232 26.723 0.184 10.403 5883 2013 [136]
Kepler-93b 0.008 0.134 4.17 4.72674 0.053 9.931 2014 [91]
Kepler-93c ≥3 1460 9.931 2014 [91]
Kepler-94b 0.034 0.313 1.45 2.50806 0.034 12.895 2014 [91]
Kepler-94c ≥9.836 820.3 9.931 2014 [91]
Kepler-95b 0.041 0.305 1.71 11.5231 0.102 12.346 2014 [91]
Kepler-96b 0.027 0.238 2.26 16.2385 0.125 10.297 2014 [91]
Kepler-97b 0.011 0.132 5.44 2.58664 0.036 12.872 2014 [91]
Kepler-97c ≥1.08 >789 12.872 2014 [91]
Kepler-98b 0.011 0.178 1.99 1.54168 0.026 12.899 2014 [91]
Kepler-99b 0.019 0.132 10.9±2.8 4.60358 0.05 12.970 2014 [91]
Kepler-100b < 0.023 0.118 6.88705 0.073 11.197 2014 [91]
Kepler-100c 0.196 12.8159 0.111 11.197 2014 [91]
Kepler-100d 0.144 35.3331 0.218 11.197 2014 [91]
Kepler-101b 0.524 3.487691 0.048 13.77 2014
Kepler-101c 0.119 6.029809 0.068 13.77 2014
Kepler-102b 0.042 5.28696 0.055 11.492 2014 [91]
Kepler-102c 0.052 7.07142 0.067 11.492 2014 [91]
Kepler-102d 0.105 10.3117 0.086 11.492 2014 [91]
Kepler-102e 0.028 0.198 16.1457 0.116 11.492 2014 [91]
Kepler-102f 0.079 27.4536 0.165 11.492 2014 [91]
Kepler-103b 0.031 0.079 1.38 15.9654 0.13 12.287 2014 [91]
Kepler-103c 0.114 0.459 1.47 179.612 0.654 12.287 2014 [91]
Kepler-104b 0.277 11.427548 0.094 12.596 2014
Kepler-104c 0.279 23.668205 0.153 12.596 2014
Kepler-104d 0.319 51.755394 0.257 12.596 2014
Kepler-105b 0.429 5.4122 0.066 0.47 12.791 2014
Kepler-106b 0.073 6.16486 0.066 12.882 2014
Kepler-106c 0.223 13.5708 0.111 12.882 2014 [91]
Kepler-106d 0.085 23.9802 0.163 12.882 2014 [91]
Kepler-106e 0.228 43.8445 0.244 12.882 2014 [91]
Kepler-107b 0.139 3.179997 0.044 12.487 2014
Kepler-107c 0.161 4.901425 0.059 12.487 2014
Kepler-107d 0.095 7.958203 0.082 12.487 2014
Kepler-107e 0.308 14.749049 0.123 12.487 2014
Kepler-108b 0.772 49.183921 0.292 12.654 2014
Kepler-108c 0.73 190.323494 0.721 12.654 2014
Kepler-109b 0.211 6.48163 0.069 12.365 2014 [91]
Kepler-109c 0.2250 21.2227 0.153 12.365 2014 [91]
Kepler-110b 0.163 12.691112 0.107 12.935 2014
Kepler-110c 0.197 31.719775 0.198 12.935 2014
Kepler-111b 0.141 3.341815 0.046 13.492 2014
Kepler-111c 0.651 224.784608 0.761 13.492 2014
Kepler-112b 0.211 8.408878 0.076 13.771
Kepler-112c 0.214 28.574263 0.172 13.771
Kepler-113b 0.194 4.754 0.05 13.461 2014 [91]
Kepler-113c 0.162 8.92507 0.076 13.461 2014 [91]
Kepler-114c 0.009 0.143 8.041 0.07 11.366 M V 2013
Kepler-114d 0.012 0.226 11.776 0.09 11.366 M V 2013
Kepler-115b 0.097 2.403679 0.036 13.431 2014
Kepler-115c 0.232 8.990889 0.087 13.431 2014
Kepler-116b 0.305 5.968734 0.069 13.717 2014
Kepler-116c 0.205 13.07163 0.116 13.717 2014
Kepler-117b 0.697 18.795952 0.148 14.274 2014
Kepler-117c 1.008 50.790412 0.287 14.274 2014
Kepler-118b 0.175 7.518496 0.073 14.711 2014
Kepler-118c 0.685 20.17202 0.141 14.711 2014
Kepler-119b 0.321 2.422082 0.035 14.236 2014
Kepler-119c 0.082 4.125103 0.049 14.236 2014
Kepler-120b 0.192 6.312501 0.055 14.735 2014
Kepler-120c 0.136 12.794585 0.088 14.735 2014
Kepler-121b 0.209 3.177422 0.039 14.708 2014
Kepler-121c 0.203 41.008011 0.216 14.708 2014
Kepler-122b 0.209 5.766193 0.064 14.247 2014
Kepler-122c 0.524 12.465988 0.108 14.247 2014
Kepler-122d 0.196 21.587475 0.155 14.247 2014
Kepler-122e 0.232 37.993273 0.227 14.247 2014
Kepler-123b 0.262 17.232366 0.135 14.061 2014
Kepler-123c 0.132 26.695074 0.181 14.061 2014
Kepler-124b 0.065 3.410493 0.039 14.139 2014
Kepler-124c 0.156 13.821375 0.1 14.139 2014
Kepler-124d 0.099 30.950851 0.17 14.139 2014
Kepler-125b 0.211 4.164389 0.041 14.752 2014
Kepler-125c 0.066 5.774464 0.051 14.752 2014
Kepler-126b 0.136 10.495711 0.099 10.5 2014
Kepler-126c 0.141 21.869741 0.162 10.5 2014
Kepler-126d 0.223 100.283134 0.448 10.5 2014
Kepler-127b 0.125 14.435889 0.125 11.485 2014
Kepler-127c 0.237 29.393195 0.2 11.485 2014
Kepler-127d 0.236 48.630408 0.28 11.485 2014
Kepler-128b 0.1 0.101 15.09 0.127 10.109 2013
Kepler-128c <0.105 0.101 22.804 0.167 10.109 2013
Kepler-130c 0.259 27.50868 0.178 0 11.529 2014
Kepler-131b 0.051 0.215 6 16.092 0.126 11.525 2014 [91]
Kepler-131c <0.026 0.075 25.5169 0.171 11.525 2014 [91]
Kepler-138c 0.01 0.144 3-8 13.78164 0.091 0.050 9.506 M1V 2014
Kepler-138d 0.003 0.144 1.31 23.08933 0.128 0.024 9.506 M1V 2014
Kepler-145b <0.108 0.237 22.951 0.172 11.9 2013
Kepler-145c <0.234 0.395 42.882 0.261 11.9 2013
Kepler-177b 0.259 35.855 0.223 15 2013
Kepler-177c 0.635 49.412 0.271 15 2013
Kepler-178b 0.259 9.576694 0.085 14.598 2014
Kepler-178c 0.257 20.552802 0.142 14.598 2014
Kepler-178d 0.352 96.678988 0.397 14.598 2014
Kepler-179b 0.146 2.735926 0.036 14.613 2014
Kepler-179c 0.178 6.40013 0.064 14.613 2014
Kepler-180b 0.134 13.817124 0.109 14.35 2014
Kepler-180c 0.269 41.885775 0.229 14.35 2014
Kepler-181b 0.113 3.137873 0.04 14.707 2014
Kepler-181c 0.178 4.302149 0.049 14.707 2014
Kepler-182b 0.23 9.825792 0.096 14.896 2014
Kepler-182c 0.306 20.684342 0.157 14.896 2014
Kepler-183b 0.184 5.687945 0.064 14.943 2014
Kepler-183c 0.203 11.637071 0.103 14.943 2014
Kepler-184b 0.211 10.687576 0.092 14.338 2014
Kepler-184c 0.176 20.303005 0.141 14.338 2014
Kepler-184d 0.222 29.022358 0.179 14.338 2014
Kepler-185b 0.104 1.6329 0.026 14.458 2014
Kepler-185c 0.18 20.729042 0.139 14.458 2014
Kepler-186b 0.102 3.886803 0.04 14.625 2014
Kepler-186c 0.12 7.267277 0.061 14.625 2014
Kepler-186d 0.139 13.343058 0.091 14.625 2014
Kepler-186e 0.119 22.407793 0.129 14.625 2014
Kepler-187b 0.126 4.938864 0.059 14.173 2014
Kepler-187c 0.238 10.640263 0.099 14.173 2014
Kepler-188b 0.15 2.061897 0.032 14.674 2014
Kepler-188c 0.285 5.996553 0.066 14.674 2014
Kepler-189b 0.108 10.399931 0.088 14.859 2014
Kepler-189c 0.212 20.134866 0.137 14.859 2014
Kepler-190b 0.139 2.019999 0.03 14.137 2014
Kepler-190c 0.13 3.763024 0.045 14.137 2014
Kepler-191b 0.12 9.939632 0.087 14.808 2014
Kepler-191c 0.166 17.738506 0.128 14.808 2014
Kepler-192b 0.244 9.926746 0.09 14.129 2014
Kepler-192c 0.249 21.2234 0.15 14.129 2014
Kepler-193b 0.213 11.38848 0.106 14.615 2014
Kepler-193c 0.245 50.697494 0.286 14.615 2014
Kepler-194b 0.135 2.092281 0.032 14.915 2014
Kepler-194c 0.231 17.308032 0.131 14.915 2014
Kepler-194d 0.214 52.814973 0.275 14.915 2014
Kepler-195b 0.181 8.307872 0.077 14.813 2014
Kepler-195c 0.138 34.096863 0.197 14.813 2014
Kepler-196b 0.17 20.739886 0.138 14.157 2014
Kepler-196c 0.2 47.427737 0.24 14.157 2014
Kepler-197b 0.091 5.599308 0.06 11.811 2014
Kepler-197c 0.11 10.349695 0.09 11.811 2014
Kepler-197d 0.109 15.677563 0.119 11.811 2014
Kepler-197e 0.081 25.209715 0.164 11.811 2014
Kepler-198b 0.252 17.790037 0.131 13.597 2014
Kepler-198c 0.22 49.567416 0.259 13.597 2014
Kepler-199b 0.277 23.637604 0.158 13.595 2014
Kepler-199c 0.29 67.093408 0.316 13.595 2014
Kepler-200b 0.19 8.594805 0.08 13.984 2014
Kepler-200c 0.142 10.222157 0.09 13.984 2014
Kepler-201b 0.219 25.672083 0.175 13.004 2014
Kepler-201c 0.254 151.884058 0.573 13.004 2014
Kepler-202b 0.145 4.069427 0.045 13.872 2014
Kepler-202c 0.165 16.282493 0.113 13.872 2014
Kepler-203b 0.229 3.162697 0.043 13.989 2014
Kepler-203c 0.22 5.370647 0.061 13.989 2014
Kepler-203d 0.128 11.32972 0.1 13.989 2014
Kepler-204b 0.226 14.400974 0.117 13.909 2014
Kepler-204c 0.16 25.660593 0.173 13.909 2014
Kepler-205b 0.135 2.75564 0.032 13.506 2014
Kepler-205c 0.146 20.306546 0.122 13.506 2014
Kepler-206b 0.107 7.781987 0.078 13.484 2014
Kepler-206c 0.158 13.137471 0.111 13.484 2014
Kepler-206d 0.106 23.44281 0.163 13.484 2014
Kepler-207b 0.14 1.611865 0.029 13.182 2014
Kepler-207c 0.134 3.071571 0.044 13.182 2014
Kepler-207d 0.295 5.868075 0.068 13.182 2014
Kepler-208b 0.145 4.22864 0.054 13.749 2014
Kepler-208c 0.124 7.466623 0.079 13.749 2014
Kepler-208d 0.107 11.131786 0.103 13.749 2014
Kepler-208e 0.132 16.259458 0.132 13.749 2014
Kepler-209b 0.202 16.087845 0.122 13.998 2014
Kepler-209c 0.277 41.749882 0.231 13.998 2014
Kepler-210b 0.262 2.453234 0.032 13.822 2014
Kepler-210c 0.323 7.972513 0.07 13.822 2014
Kepler-211b 0.112 4.138575 0.048 13.283 2014
Kepler-211c 0.115 6.04045 0.062 13.283 2014
Kepler-212b 0.097 16.257582 0.133 13.178 2014
Kepler-212c 0.244 31.805174 0.207 13.178 2014
Kepler-213b 0.145 2.46236 0.036 13.648 2014
Kepler-213c 0.209 4.822962 0.057 13.648 2014
Kepler-214b 0.233 15.660544 0.13 13.949 2014
Kepler-214c 0.19 28.7798 0.194 13.949 2014
Kepler-215b 0.145 9.360672 0.084 13.58 2014
Kepler-215c 0.158 14.667108 0.113 13.58 2014
Kepler-215d 0.213 30.864423 0.185 13.58 2014
Kepler-215e 0.156 68.16101 0.314 13.58 2014
Kepler-216b 0.21 7.693641 0.079 13.998 2014
Kepler-216c 0.271 17.406669 0.136 13.998 2014
Kepler-217b 0.199 5.374943 0.065 13.294 2014
Kepler-217c 0.165 8.586004 0.089 13.294 2014
Kepler-218b 0.132 3.619337 0.046 13.967 2014
Kepler-218c 0.28 44.699576 0.248 13.967 2014
Kepler-219b 0.263 4.585512 0.057 13.764 2014
Kepler-219c 0.319 22.714613 0.165 13.764 2014
Kepler-219d 0.251 47.903645 0.272 13.764 2014
Kepler-220b 0.072 4.159807 0.046 13.177 2014
Kepler-220c 0.14 9.034199 0.076 13.177 2014
Kepler-220d 0.087 28.122397 0.163 13.177 2014
Kepler-220e 0.119 45.902733 0.226 13.177 2014
Kepler-221b 0.153 2.795906 0.037 13.749 2014
Kepler-221c 0.261 5.690586 0.059 13.749 2014
Kepler-221d 0.244 10.04156 0.087 13.749 2014
Kepler-221e 0.235 18.369917 0.13 13.749 2014
Kepler-222b 0.282 3.936981 0.048 15.063 2014
Kepler-222c 0.414 10.08881 0.091 15.063 2014
Kepler-222d 0.329 28.081912 0.18 15.063 2014
Kepler-223b 0.151 7.384108 0.073 15.344 2014
Kepler-223c 0.178 9.848183 0.088 15.344 2014
Kepler-223d 0.266 14.788759 0.116 15.344 2014
Kepler-223e 0.214 19.721734 0.14 15.344 2014
Kepler-224b 0.124 3.132924 0.038 15.644 2014
Kepler-224c 0.278 5.925003 0.058 15.644 2014
Kepler-224d 0.205 11.349393 0.089 15.644 2014
Kepler-224e 0.176 18.643577 0.124 15.644 2014
Kepler-225b 0.107 6.738975 0.056 15.962 2014
Kepler-225c 0.164 18.794234 0.111 15.962 2014
Kepler-226b 0.138 3.940997 0.047 15.416 2014
Kepler-226c 0.203 5.349555 0.058 15.416 2014
Kepler-226d 0.109 8.109044 0.076 15.416 2014
Kepler-227b 0.277 9.488015 0.09 15.347 2014
Kepler-227c 0.271 54.418694 0.29 15.347 2014
Kepler-228b 0.136 2.566546 0.038 15.714 2014
Kepler-228c 0.241 4.134444 0.052 15.714 2014
Kepler-228d 0.36 11.094286 0.101 15.714 2014
Kepler-229b 0.196 6.252972 0.062 15.841 2014
Kepler-229c 0.439 16.068638 0.117 15.841 2014
Kepler-229d 0.343 41.194912 0.22 15.841 2014
Kepler-230b 0.38 32.625555 0.191 15.082 2014
Kepler-230c 0.182 91.773242 0.38 15.082 2014
Kepler-231b 0.154 10.065275 0.074 15.385 2014
Kepler-231c 0.172 19.271566 0.114 15.385 2014
Kepler-232b 0.275 4.431222 0.054 15.367 2014
Kepler-232c 0.342 11.379349 0.101 15.367 2014
Kepler-233b 0.217 8.472382 0.077 15.339 2014
Kepler-233c 0.242 60.418955 0.287 15.339 2014
Kepler-234b 0.33 2.711506 0.04 15.541 2014
Kepler-234c 0.313 7.21205 0.077 15.541 2014
Kepler-235b 0.199 3.340222 0.037 15.954 2014
Kepler-235c 0.114 7.824904 0.065 15.954 2014
Kepler-235d 0.183 20.060548 0.122 15.954 2014
Kepler-235e 0.198 46.183669 0.213 15.954 2014
Kepler-236b 0.14 8.295611 0.065 15.414 2014
Kepler-236c 0.178 23.968127 0.132 15.414 2014
Kepler-237b 0.126 4.715106 0.05 15.289 2014
Kepler-237c 0.186 8.103636 0.071 15.289 2014
Kepler-238e <0.5340 0.5 23.654 0.16 15.084 2013
Kepler-238f <0.042 0.178 50.447 0.265 15.084 2013
Kepler-239b 0.208 11.763051 0.095 15.208 2014
Kepler-239c 0.224 56.228098 0.268 15.208 2014
Kepler-240b 0.122 4.144495 0.048 15.66 2014
Kepler-240c 0.196 7.953528 0.074 15.66 2014
Kepler-241b 0.208 12.718092 0.094 15.389 2014
Kepler-241c 0.229 36.065978 0.189 15.389 2014
Kepler-242b 0.233 8.20395 0.075 15.376 2014
Kepler-242c 0.178 14.496481 0.109 15.376 2014
Kepler-243b 0.219 5.715442 0.062 15.086 2014
Kepler-243c 0.178 20.026218 0.142 15.086 2014
Kepler-244b 0.246 4.311792 0.05 15.604 2014
Kepler-244c 0.183 9.767292 0.087 15.604 2014
Kepler-244d 0.206 20.050401 0.14 15.604 2014
Kepler-245b 0.229 7.49019 0.071 15.599 2014
Kepler-245c 0.194 17.460812 0.124 15.599 2014
Kepler-245d 0.27 36.277108 0.202 15.599 2014
Kepler-246b 0.209 4.60182 0.052 15.024 2014
Kepler-246c 0.134 11.187161 0.095 15.024 2014
Kepler-247b 0.146 3.33616 0.042 15.067 2014
Kepler-247c 0.365 9.439452 0.084 15.067 2014
Kepler-247d 0.352 20.477912 0.14 15.067 2014
Kepler-248b 0.269 6.308205 0.066 15.258 2014
Kepler-248c 0.363 16.239494 0.123 15.258 2014
Kepler-249b 0.097 3.306539 0.035 15.234 2014
Kepler-249c 0.135 7.113702 0.058 15.234 2014
Kepler-249d 0.14 15.368459 0.097 15.234 2014
Kepler-250b 0.101 4.148141 0.048 15.46 2014
Kepler-250c 0.203 7.156804 0.069 15.46 2014
Kepler-250d 0.194 17.648312 0.127 15.46 2014
Kepler-251b 0.119 4.790936 0.053 15.223 2014
Kepler-251c 0.247 16.514043 0.122 15.223 2014
Kepler-251d 0.247 30.133001 0.182 15.223 2014
Kepler-251e 0.247 99.640161 0.404 15.223 2014
Kepler-252b 0.11 6.668391 0.058 15.058 2014
Kepler-252c 0.192 10.848463 0.08 15.058 2014
Kepler-253b 0.145 3.783986 0.046 15.532 2014
Kepler-253c 0.236 10.281951 0.089 15.532 2014
Kepler-253d 0.283 18.119869 0.13 15.532 2014
Kepler-254b 0.345 5.826662 0.064 15.843 2014
Kepler-254c 0.192 12.412183 0.105 15.843 2014
Kepler-254d 0.223 18.746477 0.139 15.843 2014
Kepler-255b 0.138 5.714606 0.063 15.596 2014
Kepler-255c 0.267 9.946047 0.092 15.596 2014
Kepler-256b 0.142 1.620493 0.027 15.065 2014
Kepler-256c 0.192 3.38802 0.045 15.065 2014
Kepler-256d 0.221 5.839172 0.064 15.065 2014
Kepler-256e 0.21 10.681572 0.096 15.065 2014
Kepler-257b 0.233 2.382667 0.034 15.471 2014
Kepler-257c 0.483 6.581484 0.066 15.471 2014
Kepler-257d 0.442 24.664551 0.16 15.471 2014
Kepler-258b 0.362 13.19722 0.103 15.223 2014
Kepler-258c 0.322 33.653079 0.193 15.223 2014
Kepler-259b 0.25 8.115317 0.079 15.219 2014
Kepler-259c 0.241 36.924931 0.217 15.219 2014
Kepler-260b 0.179 8.187399 0.075 14.138 2014
Kepler-260c 0.155 76.050178 0.332 14.138 2014
Kepler-261b 0.194 10.381227 0.088 13.562 2014
Kepler-261c 0.178 24.570858 0.156 13.562 2014
Kepler-262b 0.121 13.060855 0.108 14.246 2014
Kepler-262c 0.146 21.853722 0.152 14.246 2014
Kepler-263b 0.238 16.568087 0.12 15.391 2014
Kepler-263c 0.22 47.332773 0.242 15.391 2014
Kepler-264b 0.297 40.806231 0.249 13.038 2014
Kepler-264c 0.252 140.101261 0.566 13.038 2014
Kepler-265b 0.166 6.846262 0.069 15.381 2014
Kepler-265c 0.235 17.028937 0.127 15.381 2014
Kepler-265d 0.222 43.130617 0.236 15.381 2014
Kepler-265e 0.231 67.831024 0.319 15.381 2014
Kepler-266b 0.221 6.61833 0.071 15.59 2014
Kepler-266c 0.347 107.723601 0.457 15.59 2014
Kepler-267b 0.177 3.353728 0.037 15.438 2014
Kepler-267c 0.19 6.87745 0.06 15.438 2014
Kepler-267d 0.203 28.464515 0.154 15.438 2014
Kepler-268b 0.227 25.934138 0.18 13.703 2014
Kepler-268c 0.302 83.446393 0.391 13.703 2014
Kepler-269b 0.22 5.326718 0.061 15.808 2014
Kepler-269c 0.151 8.127899 0.081 15.808 2014
Kepler-270b 0.179 11.476094 0.107 13.908 2014
Kepler-270c 0.158 25.262887 0.18 13.908 2014
Kepler-271b 0.079 5.217738 0.056 13.404 2014
Kepler-271c 0.089 7.410935 0.071 13.404 2014
Kepler-272b 0.128 2.971353 0.038 14.678 2014
Kepler-272c 0.16 6.057342 0.061 14.678 2014
Kepler-272d 0.201 10.937304 0.091 14.678 2014
Kepler-273b 0.134 2.936532 0.037 14.968 2014
Kepler-273c 0.177 8.014927 0.073 14.968 2014
Kepler-274b 0.137 11.634788 0.101 15.035 2014
Kepler-274c 0.164 33.197861 0.204 15.035 2014
Kepler-275b 0.209 10.300682 0.098 15.319 2014
Kepler-275c 0.302 16.088134 0.132 15.319 2014
Kepler-275d 0.297 35.676062 0.224 15.319 2014
Kepler-276c 0.052 0.2590 31.884 0.2 15.368 2013
Kepler-276d 0.051 0.25 48.648 0.265 15.368 2013
Kepler-277b <0.275 0.261 17.324 0.139 13.42 2013
Kepler-277c <0.202 0.3 33.006 0.214 13.42 2013
Kepler-279c <0.155 0.384 35.736 0.232 13.659 2013
Kepler-279d <0.118 0.277 54.414 0.307 13.659 2013
Kepler-282d <0.192 0.219 24.806 0.171 15.204 2013
Kepler-282e <0.177 0.277 44.347 0.252 15.204 2013
Kepler-305b 0.0330 0.3210 5.487 0.059 15.812 2013
Kepler-305c 0.0190 0.2940 8.291 0.077 15.812 2013
Kepler-307b ~0.01 0.285 10.416 0.089 14.072 2013
Kepler-307c ~0.005 0.25 13.084 0.103 14.072 2013
Kepler-328b <0.09 0.205 10.339 34.921 15.674 2013
Kepler-328c ~0.124 0.482 71.312 0.344 15.674 2013
Kepler-350c ~0.019 0.277 17.849 0.139 13.781 2013
Kepler-350d ~0.047 0.25 26.136 0.18 13.781 2013
Kepler-396b <0.238 0.312 42.994 0.228 11.921 2013
Kepler-396c ~0.05 0.473 88.505 0.369 11.921 2013
Kepler-406b 0.128 2.42629 0.035 12.520 2014 [91]
Kepler-406c 0.076 4.62332 0.054 12.520 2014 [91]
Kepler-407b 0.095 0.66931 0.015 12.521 2014 [91]
Kepler-408b 0.073 2.46502 0.036 8.769 2014 [91]
Kepler-409b 0.106 68.9584 0.316 9.439 2014 [91]
Kepler-410b 0.25 17.8 0.1226 0.17 9.4 430 2013 [137]
Kepler-411b 0.168 3.00516 0.038 0 12.231 2014 [138]
Kepler-412b 0.939 1.325 0.5 1.720861 0.02959 0.0038 13.73 3440 G3V 2014 [139]
Kepler-413b 0.21 0.39 3.2 66.262 0.3553 0.1181 15.52 K/M 2013/ 2014 [140]

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