|Apparent magnitude (V)||11.018|
|Metallicity [Fe/H]||+0.17 dex|
Kepler-65 is a star slightly more massive than the Sun and has at least three planets.
Three planets were announced in 2013. All three planets orbit very close to their star. Follow-up radial velocity measurements provided data too noisy to constrain the mass of planets. Follow-up transit-timing variation analysis helped to measure the mass of Kepler-65d which revealed that it has significantly lower density than Earth. 
(in order from star)
|c||<20 M⊕||0.068||5.859944||—||83.65°||2.58 R⊕|
|d||2 M⊕||0.084||8.131146||—||84.8°||1.52 R⊕|
- Asteroseismic determination of obliquities of the exoplanet systems Kepler-50 and Kepler-65: W. J. Chaplin, R. Sanchis-Ojeda, T. L. Campante, R. Handberg, D. Stello, J. N. Winn, S. Basu, J. Christensen-Dalsgaard, G. R. Davies, T. S. Metcalfe, L. A. Buchhave, D. A. Fischer, T. R. Bedding, W. D. Cochran, Y. Elsworth, R. L. Gilliland, S. Hekker, D. Huber, H. Isaacson, C. Karoff, S. D. Kawaler, H. Kjeldsen, D. W. Latham, M. N. Lund, M. Lundkvist, G. W. Marcy, A. Miglio, T. Barclay, J. J. Lissauer]