Astronomy:List of exoplanets discovered in 2014

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This is a List of exoplanets discovered in 2014.

For exoplanets detected only by radial velocity, the mass value is actually a lower limit. (See Minimum mass for more information)

Name Mass (MJ) Radius (RJ) Period (days) Semi-major axis (AU) Temp. (K)[1] Discovery method Distance (ly) Host star mass (M) Host star temp. (K) Remarks
BD-11 4672 b 0.53 1667 2.28 radial vel. 89 0.57 4475 [2]
Beta Cancri b 7.8 605.2 1.7 radial vel. 290.4 1.7 4092.1 [3]
Beta Ursae Minoris b 6.1 522.3 1.4 radial vel. 126.5 1.4 4126 [3]
COROT-22b 0.038 0.435 9.75598 0.092 885 transit 1930 1.1 5939 [4]
COROT-24b 0.018 0.33 5.1134 0.056 1070 transit 2000 0.91 4950 [5]
COROT-24c 0.088 0.44 11.759 0.098 850 transit 2000 0.91 4950 [5]
COROT-27b 10.39 1.007 3.57532 0.0476 1500 transit 3400±200 1.05 5900 [6]
Gliese 15 Ab 0.017 11.4433 0.0717 radial vel. 11.6 0.38 3567 [7]
Gliese 27.1 b 0.0409 15.819 0.101 radial vel. 77.05 0.53 3542 Alternately known as Gliese 9018,[8] not related to Gliese 27.
Gliese 160.2 b 0.0321 5.2354 0.053 radial vel. 84.39 0.69 4347 Alternately known as Gliese 9144, not related to Gliese 160. Disproven exoplanet[8][9]
Gliese 180 b 0.0261 17.380 0.103 radial vel. 38.95 0.43 3371 [8]
Gliese 180 c 0.0201 24.329 0.129 radial vel. 38.95 0.43 3371 [8]
Gliese 229 Ab 0.10 471 0.970 radial vel. 18.77 0.58 3564 [8]
Gliese 433 c 0.14 4900+1800−1000 4.7+1.2−0.8 radial vel. 29.57 0.48 3472 [8]
Gliese 422 b 0.0311 26.161 0.119 radial vel. 41.32 0.35 3323 [8]
Gliese 682 b 0.014 17.478 0.080 radial vel. 16.33 0.27 3028 Disproven exoplanet[8][9]
Gliese 682 c 0.0274 57.32 0.176 radial vel. 16.33 0.27 3028 Disproven exoplanet[8][9]
Gliese 687 b 0.058 38.14 0.16353 radial vel. 14.8 0.41 3413 [10]
Gliese 832 c 0.017 35.68 0.163 radial vel. 16.1 0.45 3472 Habitable zone planet,[11] likely do not exist.[12]
Gliese 3293 b 0.07406 30.5987 0.14339 radial vel. 51.4 0.42 3466 [13]
Gliese 3293 c 0.06636 122.6196 0.36175 radial vel. 51.4 0.42 3466 [13]
Gliese 3341 b 0.0208 14.207 0.089 radial vel. 77.1 0.47 3526 [13]
GU Piscium b 11.3 1.265 2000 imaging 160 0.33 3250±32 [14]
HAT-P-49b 1.73 1.413 2.691548 0.0438 2131 transit 1050 1.54 6820 [15]
HAT-P-54b 0.76 0.944 3.799847 0.04117 transit 443 0.65 4390 [16]Disputed in 2016,[17] reconfirmed in 2020-2021.[18][19]
HATS-4b 1.323 1.02 2.516729 0.0362 1315 transit 1400 1 5403 [20]
HATS-5b 0.237 0.912 4.763387 0.0542 1025 transit 840 0.94 5304 [21]
HATS-6b 0.319 0.998 3.3252725 0.03623 transit 484 0.57 3724 [22]
HD 564 b 0.33 492.3 1.2 radial vel. 175 0.96 5902 [2]
HD 4203 c 2.17 6700 6.95 radial vel. 253.8 1.13 5702 [23]
HD 5319 c 1.15 886 2.071 radial vel. 370 1.51 4958 [24]
HD 10442 b 2.1 1043 2.335 radial vel. 443±4 1.56 5034 [24]
HD 11506 c 0.408±0.057 223.41±0.32 0.774±0.038 radial vel. 167.4±0.4 1.12±0.02 5833±28 [24]
HD 14067 b 7.8 1455 3.4 radial vel. 533 2.4 4815 [25]
HD 30669 b 0.47 1684 2.69 radial vel. 186 0.92 5400 [2]
HD 75784 b 1.15 341.7 1.073 radial vel. 224 1.41 4917 [24]
HD 100546 b 6.9 53 imaging 320 2.4 10500 Largest exoplanet discovered[26]
HD 103720 b 0.62 4.5557 0.0498 radial vel. 136 0.79 5017 [2]
HD 108341 b 3.5 1129 2 radial vel. 161 0.84 5122 [2]
HD 114613 b 0.48 3827 5.16 radial vel. 66.8 1.36 5729 [27]
HD 141399 b 0.451 94.44 0.415 radial vel. 118 1.07 5600 [28]
HD 141399 c 1.33 201.99 0.689 radial vel. 118 1.07 5600 [28]
HD 141399 d 1.18 1069.8 2.09 radial vel. 118 1.07 5600 [28]
HD 141399 e 0.66 5000 5 radial vel. 118 1.07 5600 [28]
HD 154857 c 2.58 3452 5.36 radial vel. 223.5 1.72 5605 [27]
HIP 67851 b 1.38 88.9 0.46 radial vel. 208.3±0.6 1.63 4890 [29]
HIP 67851 c 4.34±0.59 1741±39 3.09±0.18 radial vel. 208.3±0.6 1.63 4890 [30]
HIP 97233 b 20 1058.8 2.55 radial vel. 347 1.93 5020 [29]
HIP 105854 b 8.2 184.2 0.81 radial vel. 276 2.1 4780 [31]
HIP 116454 b 0.037 0.226 9.1205 0.0906 radial vel. 180 0.78 5089 [32]
Kapteyn b 0.015 48.616+0.036−0.032 0.168 radial vel. 12.8 0.28 3550 Existence of planet been disputed.[33][34]
Kapteyn c 0.022 121.54 0.311 radial vel. 12.8 0.28 3550
KIC 10001893 b 0.2197 orbital brightness modulation 5700±500 27500 Disproven exoplanet[35][36]
KIC 10001893 c 0.32528 orbital brightness modulation 5700±500 27500 Disproven exoplanet[35][36]
KIC 10001893 d 0.81161 orbital brightness modulation 5700±500 27500 Disproven exoplanet[35][36]
Kepler-23d 0.196 15.274299 0.124 transit 2600 1.11 5828 [37]
Kepler-24d 0.149 4.244384 0.051 transit 3900 1.03 5897 [37]
Kepler-24e 0.248 18.998355 0.138 transit 3900 1.03 5897 [37]
Kepler-25d 0.283 123 radial vel. 798±4 1.19 6270 [38][37]
Kepler-26d 0.095 3.543919 0.039 transit 1104±10 0.54 3914 [37]
Kepler-26e 0.215 46.827915 0.22 transit 1104±10 0.54 3914 [37]
Kepler-31d 6.8 0.348 87.6451 0.4 transit 6800 1.21 6340 [37]
Kepler-37e 51.196 timing 220 0.8 5417 [37]
Kepler-48d 0.025 0.182 42.8961 transit 1009±5 0.88 5194 [38][37]
Kepler-48e 2.067 982 radial vel. 1009±5 0.88 5194 [38]
Kepler-49d 0.143 2.576549 0.031 transit 1024±8 0.55 4252 [37]
Kepler-49e 0.139 18.596108 0.116 transit 1024±8 0.55 4252 [37]
Kepler-51d 0.024 0.865 130.194 0.509 transit 2610±50 1.04 6018 [37]
Kepler-52d 0.174 36.445171 0.182 transit 1058±7 0.54 4263 [37]
Kepler-53d 0.189 9.751962 0.091 transit 4600±200 0.98 5858 [37]
Kepler-54d 0.136 20.995694 0.126 transit 893±9 0.51 4252 [37]
Kepler-55d 0.142 2.211099 0.029 transit 1920±30 0.62 4503 [37]
Kepler-55e 0.138 4.617534 0.048 transit 1920±30 0.62 4503 [37]
Kepler-55f 0.142 10.198545 0.081 transit 1920±30 0.62 4503 [37]
Kepler-58d 0.262 40.101371 0.236 transit 3250±80 0.95 6099 [37]
Kepler-79d 0.019 0.639 52.0902 0.287 553 transit 3230±60 1.17 6174 [37]
Kepler-79e 0.013 0.311 81.0659 0.386 477 transit 3230±60 1.17 6174 [37]
Kepler-80d 0.02124 0.136 3.07222 0.0372 transit 1160 0.73 4540 [37]
Kepler-80e 0.01299 0.143 4.64489 0.0491 transit 1160 0.73 4540 [37]
Kepler-81d 0.108 20.837846 0.128 transit 1147±10 0.64 4500 [37]
Kepler-82d 0.158 2.382961 0.034 transit 3030±80 0.85 5428 [37]
Kepler-82e 0.22 5.902206 0.063 transit 3030±80 0.85 5428 [37]
Kepler-83d 0.173 5.169796 0.051 transit 1320±17 0.66 4648 [37]
Kepler-84d 0.123 4.224537 0.052 transit 4700±500 1 6031 [37]
Kepler-84e 0.232 27.434389 0.181 transit 4700±500 1 6031 [37]
Kepler-84f 0.196 44.552169 0.25 transit 4700±500 1 6031 [37]
Kepler-85d 0.107 17.91323 0.13 transit 2550±50 0.92 5436 [37]
Kepler-85e 0.113 25.216751 0.163 transit 2550±50 0.92 5436 [37]
Kepler-93b 0.01265 0.132 4.72673978 0.053 1037 transit 313.7±0.7 0.91 5669 [38]
Kepler-93c 3 1460 radial vel. 313.7±0.7 0.91 5669 [38]
Kepler-94b 0.034 0.313 2.50806 transit 629±2 0.81 4781 [38]
Kepler-94c 9.836 820.3 radial vel. 629±2 0.81 4781 [38]
Kepler-95b 0.041 0.305 11.5231 transit 1472±18 1.08 5699 [38]
Kepler-96b 0.027 0.238 16.2385 transit 402.2±1.3 1 5690 [38]
Kepler-97b 0.011 0.132 2.58664 transit 1322±11 0.94 5779 [38]
Kepler-97c 1.08 789 radial vel. 1322±11 0.94 5779 [38]
Kepler-98b 0.011 0.178 1.54168 transit 1154±9 0.99 5539 [38]
Kepler-99b 0.019 0.132 4.60358 transit 683±3 0.79 4782 [38]
Kepler-100b 0.023 0.118 6.88705 transit 1002±5 1.08 5825 [38][37]
Kepler-100c 0.196 12.8159 transit 1002±5 1.08 5825 [38][37]
Kepler-100d 0.144 35.3331 transit 1002±5 1.08 5825 [38][37]
Kepler-101b 0.16 0.51 3.4876812 0.0474 transit 3110±50 1.17 5667 [37]
Kepler-101c 0.01 0.112 6.02976 0.0684 transit 3110±50 1.17 5667 [37]
Kepler-102b 0.042 5.28696 792 transit 352.7±0.7 0.81 4909 [38][37]
Kepler-102c 0.052 7.07142 718 transit 352.7±0.7 0.81 4909 [38][37]
Kepler-102d 0.012 0.105 10.3117 transit 352.7±0.7 0.81 4909 [38][37]
Kepler-102f 0.079 27.4536 457 transit 352.7±0.7 0.81 4909 [38][37]
Kepler-103b 0.031 0.301 15.9654 transit 1637±19 1.09 5845 [38][37]
Kepler-103c 0.114 0.459 179.612 transit 1637±19 1.09 5845 [38][37]
Kepler-104b 0.277 11.427548 0.094 transit 1322±14 0.81 5711 [37]
Kepler-104c 0.279 23.668205 0.153 transit 1322±14 0.81 5711 [37]
Kepler-104d 0.319 51.755394 0.257 transit 1322±14 0.81 5711 [37]
Kepler-105c 0.01447 0.117 7.1262 transit 1517±18 0.96 5827 [37]
Kepler-106b 0.073 6.16486 transit 1470±20 1 5858 [38]
Kepler-106c 0.033 0.223 13.5708 transit 1470±20 1 5858 [38][37]
Kepler-106d 0.085 23.9802 transit 1470±20 1 5858 [38][37]
Kepler-106e 0.035 0.228 43.8445 transit 1470±20 1 5858 [38][37]
Kepler-107b 0.139 3.179997 0.044 transit 1741±18 5851 [37]
Kepler-107c 0.161 4.901425 0.059 transit 1741±18 5851 [37]
Kepler-107d 0.095 7.958203 0.082 transit 1741±18 5851 [37]
Kepler-107e 0.308 14.749049 0.123 transit 1741±18 5851 [37]
Kepler-108b 0.772 49.183921 0.292 transit 4200±500 0.87 5854 [37]
Kepler-108c 0.73 190.323494 0.721 transit 4200±500 0.87 5854 [37]
Kepler-109b 0.211 6.48163 transit 1570±17 1.04 5952 [38][37]
Kepler-109c 0.225 21.2227 transit 1570±17 1.04 5952 [38][37]
Kepler-110b 0.163 12.691112 0.107 transit 1950±30 5960 [37]
Kepler-110c 0.197 31.719775 0.198 transit 1950±30 5960 [37]
Kepler-111b 0.141 3.341815 0.046 transit 2190±20 5952 [37]
Kepler-111c 0.651 224.784608 0.761 transit 2190±20 5952 [37]
Kepler-112b 0.211 8.408878 0.076 transit 1698±14 5544 [37]
Kepler-112c 0.214 28.574263 0.172 transit 1698±14 5544 [37]
Kepler-113b 0.037 0.162 4.754 transit 862±3 0.75 4725 [38][37]
Kepler-113c 0.194 8.92507 transit 862±3 0.75 4725 [38][37]
Kepler-114b 0.112 5.188549 0.053 722 transit 852±4 0.56 4605 [37]
Kepler-115b 0.097 2.403679 0.036 transit 2070±20 1 5979 [37]
Kepler-115c 0.232 8.990889 0.087 transit 2070±20 1 5979 [37]
Kepler-116b 0.305 5.968734 0.069 transit 3200±50 1.16 6142 [37]
Kepler-116c 0.205 13.07163 0.116 transit 3200±50 1.16 6142 [37]
Kepler-117b 0.094 0.719 18.7959228 0.1445 transit 4700 1.13 6150 [37]
Kepler-117c 1.84 1.101 50.790391 0.2804 transit 4700 1.13 6150 [37]
Kepler-118b 0.175 7.518496 0.073 transit 1900±20 0.86 5274 [37]
Kepler-118c 0.685 20.17202 0.141 transit 1900±20 0.86 5274 [37]
Kepler-119b 0.321 2.422082 0.035 transit 2340±40 5595 [37]
Kepler-119c 0.082 4.125103 0.049 transit 2340±40 5595 [37]
Kepler-120b 0.192 6.312501 0.055 transit 1281±10 4096 [37]
Kepler-120c 0.136 12.794585 0.088 transit 1281±10 4096 [37]
Kepler-121b 0.209 3.177422 0.039 transit 1690±20 5311 [37]
Kepler-121c 0.203 41.008011 0.216 transit 1690±20 5311 [37]
Kepler-122b 0.209 5.766193 0.064 transit 3450±70 0.99 6050 [37]
Kepler-122c 0.524 12.465988 0.108 transit 3450±70 0.99 6050 [37]
Kepler-122d 0.196 21.587475 0.155 transit 3450±70 0.99 6050 [37]
Kepler-122e 0.232 37.993273 0.227 transit 3450±70 0.99 6050 [37]
Kepler-122f 0.113 0.156 56.268 timing 3450±70 0.99 6050 ?
Kepler-123b 0.262 17.232366 0.135 transit 3430±80 1.03 6089 [37]
Kepler-123c 0.132 26.695074 0.181 transit 3430±80 1.03 6089 [37]
Kepler-124b 0.065 3.410493 0.039 transit 1386±10 4984 [37]
Kepler-124c 0.156 13.821375 0.1 transit 1386±10 4984 [37]
Kepler-124d 0.099 30.950851 0.17 transit 1386±10 4984 [37]
Kepler-125b 0.211 4.164389 0.041 transit 601±3 0.55 3810 [37]
Kepler-125c 0.066 5.774464 0.051 transit 601±3 0.55 3810 [37]
Kepler-126b 0.136 10.495711 0.099 transit 779±5 6239 [37]
Kepler-126c 0.141 21.869741 0.162 transit 779±5 6239 [37]
Kepler-126d 0.223 100.283134 0.448 transit 779±5 6239 [37]
Kepler-127b 0.125 14.435889 0.125 transit 1162±8 6106 [37]
Kepler-127c 0.237 29.393195 0.2 transit 1162±8 6106 [37]
Kepler-127d 0.236 48.630408 0.28 transit 1162±8 6106 [37]
Kepler-129b 0.211 15.79186 0.131 transit 1349±14 1.18 5770 [37]
Kepler-129c 0.227 82.20017 0.393 transit 1349±14 1.18 5770 [37]
Kepler-130c 0.259 27.50868 0.178 transit 1042±7 1 5884 [37]
Kepler-130d 0.146 87.517905 0.377 transit 1042±7 1 5884 [37]
Kepler-131b 0.051 0.215 16.092 transit 750±4 1.02 5685 [38][37]
Kepler-131c 0.026 0.075 25.5169 transit 750±4 1.02 5685 [38][37]
Kepler-132b 0.108 6.178196 0.067 transit 900±70 6003 [37]
Kepler-132c 0.114 6.414914 0.068 transit 900±70 6003 [37]
Kepler-132d 0.138 18.010199 0.136 transit 900±70 6003 [37]
Kepler-133b 0.157 8.129976 0.083 transit 2170±60 5736 [37]
Kepler-133c 0.253 31.517586 0.204 transit 2170±60 5736 [37]
Kepler-134b 0.178 5.317429 0.06 transit 1102±7 5983 [37]
Kepler-134c 0.112 10.105785 0.092 transit 1102±7 5983 [37]
Kepler-135b 0.161 6.00253 0.067 transit 2060±40 6090 [37]
Kepler-135c 0.103 11.448708 0.103 transit 2060±40 6090 [37]
Kepler-136b 0.183 11.5789 0.106 transit 1389±14 1.2 6165 [37]
Kepler-136c 0.178 16.399235 0.133 transit 1389±14 1.2 6165 [37]
Kepler-137b 0.131 8.436387 0.077 transit 996±6 5187 [37]
Kepler-137c 0.168 18.735753 0.13 transit 996±6 5187 [37]
Kepler-138b 0.00021 0.047 10.3126 transit 218.5±0.3 0.52 3841 [37]
Kepler-138c 0.0062 0.107 13.7813 transit 218.5±0.3 0.52 3841 [37]
Kepler-138d 0.00201 0.108 23.0881 431 transit 218.5±0.3 0.52 3841 [37]
Kepler-139b 0.262 15.771044 0.127 transit 1289±13 1.08 5594 [37]
Kepler-139c 0.302 157.072878 0.586 transit 1289±13 1.08 5594 [37]
Kepler-140b 0.144 3.25427 0.045 transit 1940±20 6077 [37]
Kepler-140c 0.161 91.353282 0.414 transit 1940±20 6077 [37]
Kepler-141b 0.062 3.107675 0.039 transit 990±4 1 4910 [37]
Kepler-141c 0.126 7.010606 0.067 transit 990±4 1 4910 ?
Kepler-142b 0.178 2.024152 0.032 transit 1818±13 0.99 5790 [37]
Kepler-142c 0.255 4.761702 0.057 transit 1818±13 0.99 5790 [37]
Kepler-142d 0.193 41.809118 0.242 transit 1818±13 0.99 5790 [37]
Kepler-143b 0.215 16.007583 0.127 transit 2700±40 5848 [37]
Kepler-143c 0.301 27.082511 0.181 transit 2700±40 5848 [37]
Kepler-144b 0.119 5.885273 0.066 transit 1269±10 1.03 6075 [37]
Kepler-144c 0.12 10.104665 0.094 transit 1269±10 1.03 6075 [37]
Kepler-146b 0.331 31.158799 0.2 transit 2390±30 5948 [37]
Kepler-146c 0.279 76.732171 0.364 transit 2390±30 5948 [37]
Kepler-147b 0.136 12.610584 0.113 transit 3500±90 1.01 6012 [37]
Kepler-147c 0.217 33.416423 0.216 transit 3500±90 1.01 6012 [37]
Kepler-148b 0.161 1.729366 0.028 transit 2640±50 5272 [37]
Kepler-148c 0.321 4.180043 0.05 transit 2640±50 5272 [37]
Kepler-149b 0.376 29.198943 0.184 transit 1893±19 5381 [37]
Kepler-149c 0.144 55.328328 0.281 transit 1893±19 5381 [37]
Kepler-149d 0.353 160.018032 0.571 transit 1893±19 5381 [37]
Kepler-150b 0.112 3.428054 0.044 transit 2980±60 5560 [37]
Kepler-150c 0.329 7.381998 0.073 transit 2980±60 5560 [37]
Kepler-150d 0.249 12.56093 0.104 transit 2980±60 5560 [37]
Kepler-150e 0.278 30.826557 0.189 transit 2980±60 5560 [37]
Kepler-151b 0.273 15.228958 0.116 transit 2160±30 0.83 5460 [37]
Kepler-151c 0.186 24.674612 0.16 transit 2160±30 0.83 5460 [37]
Kepler-152b 0.249 18.207973 0.124 transit 1457±10 5088 [37]
Kepler-152c 0.213 88.255055 0.356 transit 1457±10 5088 [37]
Kepler-153b 0.261 18.870227 0.129 transit 1518±11 5404 [37]
Kepler-153c 0.226 46.90232 0.237 transit 1518±11 5404 [37]
Kepler-154b 0.202 33.040532 0.198 transit 3070±60 0.89 5690 [37]
Kepler-154c 0.263 62.303276 0.303 transit 3070±60 0.89 5690 [37]
Kepler-155b 0.186 5.931194 0.056 transit 965±7 0.58 4508 [37]
Kepler-155c 0.2 52.661793 0.242 transit 965±7 0.58 4508 [37]
Kepler-156b 0.205 4.973456 0.054 transit 1465±11 5094 [37]
Kepler-156c 0.227 15.906801 0.117 transit 1465±11 5094 [37]
Kepler-157b 0.118 1.732342 0.028 transit 2580±40 5774 [37]
Kepler-157c 0.2 13.5405 0.11 transit 2580±40 5774 [37]
Kepler-158b 0.189 16.709184 0.111 transit 1037±6 4623 [37]
Kepler-158c 0.17 28.551383 0.158 transit 1037±6 4623 [37]
Kepler-159b 0.212 10.139623 0.082 transit 1232±10 4625 [37]
Kepler-159c 0.304 43.595792 0.218 transit 1232±10 4625 [37]
Kepler-160b 0.137 4.309427 0.05 transit 3140±60 0.88 5471+115−37 [37][39]
Kepler-160c 0.322 13.699087 0.109 transit 3140±60 0.88 5471+115−37 [37][39]
Kepler-161b 0.189 4.921355 0.054 transit 1435±10 0.77 5078 [37]
Kepler-161c 0.183 7.06424 0.068 transit 1435±10 0.77 5078 [37]
Kepler-162b 0.112 6.919798 0.069 transit 2860±50 5816 [37]
Kepler-162c 0.27 19.446355 0.137 transit 2860±50 5816 [37]
Kepler-163b 0.094 7.810937 0.078 transit 2300±40 0.96 5776 [37]
Kepler-163c 0.202 21.347262 0.152 transit 2300±40 0.96 5776 [37]
Kepler-164b 0.126 5.03503 0.058 transit 2980±50 1.11 5888 [37]
Kepler-164c 0.244 10.945723 0.097 transit 2980±50 1.11 5888 [37]
Kepler-164d 0.219 28.986769 0.187 transit 2980±50 1.11 5888 [37]
Kepler-165b 0.207 8.180848 0.072 transit 1860±20 5211 [37]
Kepler-165c 0.199 15.31299 0.11 transit 1860±20 5211 [37]
Kepler-166b 0.203 7.650254 0.072 transit 2000±20 5413 [37]
Kepler-166c 0.212 34.260281 0.195 transit 2000±20 5413 [37]
Kepler-167b 0.144 4.3931632 0.0483 transit 1100 0.77 4890 [37]
Kepler-167c 0.138 7.406114 0.0684 transit 1100 0.77 4890 [37]
Kepler-168b 0.13 4.425391 0.056 transit 4550±160 6282 [37]
Kepler-168c 0.24 13.193242 0.116 transit 4550±160 6282 [37]
Kepler-169b 0.101 3.250619 0.04 transit 1341±9 0.86 4997 [37]
Kepler-169c 0.108 6.195469 0.062 transit 1341±9 0.86 4997 [37]
Kepler-169d 0.112 8.348125 0.075 transit 1341±9 0.86 4997 [37]
Kepler-169e 0.196 13.767102 0.105 transit 1341±9 0.86 4997 [37]
Kepler-169f 0.23 87.090195 0.359 transit 1341±9 0.86 4997 [37]
Kepler-170b 0.285 7.930592 0.08 transit 2460±40 5679 [37]
Kepler-170c 0.255 16.665863 0.131 transit 2460±40 5679 [37]
Kepler-171b 0.209 4.166972 0.05 transit 2890±60 5642 [37]
Kepler-171c 0.228 11.463462 0.098 transit 2890±60 5642 [37]
Kepler-171d 0.169 39.595519 0.223 transit 2890±60 5642 [37]
Kepler-172b 0.21 2.940309 0.04 transit 2770±60 0.86 5526 [37]
Kepler-172c 0.255 6.388996 0.068 transit 2770±60 0.86 5526 [37]
Kepler-172d 0.201 14.627119 0.118 transit 2770±60 0.86 5526 [37]
Kepler-172e 0.246 35.118736 0.211 transit 2770±60 0.86 5526 [37]
Kepler-173b 0.115 4.263742 0.048 transit 2780±50 0.78 6031 [37]
Kepler-173c 0.217 8.005777 0.074 transit 2780±50 0.78 6031 [37]
Kepler-174b 0.175 13.98179 0.1 transit 1268±8 4880 [37]
Kepler-174c 0.133 44.000529 0.214 transit 1268±8 4880 [37]
Kepler-174d 0.195 247.35373 0.677 transit 1268±8 4880 [37]
Kepler-175b 0.228 11.903515 0.105 transit 4450±150 1.04 6064 [37]
Kepler-175c 0.277 34.035257 0.213 transit 4450±150 1.04 6064 [37]
Kepler-176b 0.128 5.433074 0.058 transit 1750±20 5232 [37]
Kepler-176c 0.232 12.759712 0.102 transit 1750±20 5232 [37]
Kepler-176d 0.224 25.751974 0.163 transit 1750±20 5232 [37]
Kepler-178b 0.259 9.576694 0.085 transit 2380±30 5676 [37]
Kepler-178c 0.257 20.552802 0.142 transit 2380±30 5676 [37]
Kepler-178d 0.352 96.678988 0.397 transit 2380±30 5676 [37]
Kepler-179b 0.146 2.735926 0.036 transit 2010±20 5302 [37]
Kepler-179c 0.178 6.40013 0.064 transit 2010±20 5302 [37]
Kepler-180b 0.134 13.817124 0.109 transit 2320±30 0.84 5731 [37]
Kepler-180c 0.269 41.885775 0.229 transit 2320±30 0.84 5731 [37]
Kepler-181b 0.113 3.137873 0.04 transit 2020±30 5333 [37]
Kepler-181c 0.178 4.302149 0.049 transit 2020±30 5333 [37]
Kepler-182b 0.23 9.825792 0.096 transit 5290±180 1.14 6250 [37]
Kepler-182c 0.306 20.684342 0.157 transit 5290±180 1.14 6250 [37]
Kepler-183b 0.184 5.687945 0.064 transit 3530±100 5888 [37]
Kepler-183c 0.203 11.637071 0.103 transit 3530±100 5888 [37]
Kepler-184b 0.211 10.687576 0.092 transit 2030±20 5788 [37]
Kepler-184c 0.176 20.303005 0.141 transit 2030±20 5788 [37]
Kepler-184d 0.222 29.022358 0.179 transit 2030±20 5788 [37]
Kepler-185b 0.104 1.6329 0.026 transit 1542±15 0.79 5208 [37]
Kepler-185c 0.18 20.729042 0.139 transit 1542±15 0.79 5208 [37]
Kepler-186b 0.095 3.8867907 0.0343 transit 560 0.54 3755 [37]
Kepler-186c 0.112 7.267302 0.0451 transit 560 0.54 3755 [37]
Kepler-186d 0.125 13.342996 0.0781 transit 560 0.54 3755 [37]
Kepler-186e 0.113 22.407704 0.11 transit 560 0.54 3755 [37]
Kepler-186f 0.104 129.9441 0.432 transit 560 0.54 3755 ? Potentially habitable exoplanet
Kepler-187b 0.126 4.938864 0.059 transit 3850±110 0.85 6105 [37]
Kepler-187c 0.238 10.640263 0.099 transit 3850±110 0.85 6105 [37]
Kepler-188b 0.15 2.061897 0.032 transit 3250±80 6021 [37]
Kepler-188c 0.285 5.996553 0.066 transit 3250±80 6021 [37]
Kepler-189b 0.108 10.399931 0.088 transit 1960±20 0.79 5235 [37]
Kepler-189c 0.212 20.134866 0.137 transit 1960±20 0.79 5235 [37]
Kepler-190b 0.139 2.019999 0.03 transit 1431±9 0.84 5106 [37]
Kepler-190c 0.13 3.763024 0.045 transit 1431±9 0.84 5106 [37]
Kepler-191b 0.12 9.939632 0.087 transit 1970±30 0.85 5282 [37]
Kepler-191c 0.166 17.738506 0.128 transit 1970±30 0.85 5282 [37]
Kepler-192b 0.244 9.926746 0.09 transit 2170±20 5479 [37]
Kepler-192c 0.249 21.2234 0.15 transit 2170±20 5479 [37]
Kepler-193b 0.213 11.38848 0.106 transit 3390±80 6335 [37]
Kepler-193c 0.245 50.697494 0.286 transit 3390±80 6335 [37]
Kepler-194b 0.135 2.092281 0.032 transit 3700±100 6089 [37]
Kepler-194c 0.231 17.308032 0.131 transit 3700±100 6089 [37]
Kepler-194d 0.214 52.814973 0.275 transit 3700±100 6089 [37]
Kepler-195b 0.181 8.307872 0.077 transit 2170±30 5329 [37]
Kepler-195c 0.138 34.096863 0.197 transit 2170±30 5329 [37]
Kepler-196b 0.17 20.739886 0.138 transit 1491±10 5128 [37]
Kepler-196c 0.2 47.427737 0.24 transit 1491±10 5128 [37]
Kepler-197b 0.091 5.599308 0.06 transit 1088±7 6004 [37]
Kepler-197c 0.11 10.349695 0.09 transit 1088±7 6004 [37]
Kepler-197d 0.109 15.677563 0.119 transit 1088±7 6004 [37]
Kepler-197e 0.081 25.209715 0.164 transit 1088±7 6004 [37]
Kepler-198b 0.252 17.790037 0.131 transit 1638±14 0.93 5574 [37]
Kepler-198c 0.22 49.567416 0.259 transit 1638±14 0.93 5574 [37]
Kepler-199b 0.277 23.637604 0.158 transit 1725±14 5644 [37]
Kepler-199c 0.29 67.093408 0.316 transit 1725±14 5644 [37]
Kepler-200b 0.19 8.594805 0.08 transit 2210±20 5678 [37]
Kepler-200c 0.142 10.222157 0.09 transit 2210±20 5678 [37]
Kepler-201b 0.219 25.672083 0.175 transit 2240±30 1.17 6065 [37]
Kepler-201c 0.254 151.884058 0.573 transit 2240±30 1.17 6065 [37]
Kepler-202b 0.145 4.069427 0.045 transit 937±3 4668 [37]
Kepler-202c 0.165 16.282493 0.113 transit 937±3 4668 [37]
Kepler-203b 0.229 3.162697 0.043 transit 2340±30 0.98 5821 [37]
Kepler-203c 0.22 5.370647 0.061 transit 2340±30 0.98 5821 [37]
Kepler-203d 0.128 11.32972 0.1 transit 2340±30 0.98 5821 [37]
Kepler-204b 0.226 14.400974 0.117 transit 2280±20 0.96 5812 [37]
Kepler-204c 0.16 25.660593 0.173 transit 2280±20 0.96 5812 [37]
Kepler-205b 0.135 2.75564 0.032 transit 523.4±1.1 4321 [37]
Kepler-205c 0.146 20.306546 0.122 transit 523.4±1.1 4321 [37]
Kepler-206b 0.107 7.781987 0.078 transit 1972±16 0.94 5764 [37]
Kepler-206c 0.158 13.137471 0.111 transit 1972±16 0.94 5764 [37]
Kepler-206d 0.106 23.44281 0.163 transit 1972±16 0.94 5764 [37]
Kepler-207b 0.14 1.611865 0.029 transit 2920±30 5920 [37]
Kepler-207c 0.134 3.071571 0.044 transit 2920±30 5920 [37]
Kepler-207d 0.295 5.868075 0.068 transit 2920±30 5920 [37]
Kepler-208b 0.145 4.22864 0.054 transit 2580±20 1.03 6092 [37]
Kepler-208c 0.124 7.466623 0.079 transit 2580±20 1.03 6092 [37]
Kepler-208d 0.107 11.131786 0.103 transit 2580±20 1.03 6092 [37]
Kepler-208e 0.132 16.259458 0.132 transit 2580±20 1.03 6092 [37]
Kepler-209b 0.202 16.087845 0.122 transit 1913±18 5513 [37]
Kepler-209c 0.277 41.749882 0.231 transit 1913±18 5513 [37]
Kepler-210b 0.262 2.453234 0.032 transit 764±2 4559 [37]
Kepler-210c 0.323 7.972513 0.07 transit 764±2 4559 [37]
Kepler-211b 0.112 4.138575 0.048 transit 1018±5 0.97 5123 [37]
Kepler-211c 0.115 6.04045 0.062 transit 1018±5 0.97 5123 [37]
Kepler-212b 0.097 16.257582 0.133 transit 2280±20 1.16 5852 [37]
Kepler-212c 0.244 31.805174 0.207 transit 2280±20 1.16 5852 [37]
Kepler-213b 0.145 2.46236 0.036 transit 2100±20 0.94 5696 [37]
Kepler-213c 0.209 4.822962 0.057 transit 2100±20 0.94 5696 [37]
Kepler-214b 0.233 15.660544 0.13 transit 4080±70 6169 [37]
Kepler-214c 0.19 28.7798 0.194 transit 4080±70 6169 [37]
Kepler-215b 0.145 9.360672 0.084 transit 1607±12 0.77 5739 [37]
Kepler-215c 0.158 14.667108 0.113 transit 1607±12 0.77 5739 [37]
Kepler-215d 0.213 30.864423 0.185 transit 1607±12 0.77 5739 [37]
Kepler-215e 0.156 68.16101 0.314 transit 1607±12 0.77 5739 [37]
Kepler-216b 0.21 7.693641 0.079 transit 4000±70 6091 [37]
Kepler-216c 0.271 17.406669 0.136 transit 4000±70 6091 [37]
Kepler-217b 0.199 5.374943 0.065 transit 3720±50 6171 [37]
Kepler-217c 0.165 8.586004 0.089 transit 3720±50 6171 [37]
Kepler-218b 0.132 3.619337 0.046 transit 2180±20 5502 [37]
Kepler-218c 0.28 44.699576 0.248 transit 2180±20 5502 [37]
Kepler-219b 0.263 4.585512 0.057 transit 2620±30 5786 [37]
Kepler-219c 0.319 22.714613 0.165 transit 2620±30 5786 [37]
Kepler-219d 0.251 47.903645 0.272 transit 2620±30 5786 [37]
Kepler-220b 0.072 4.159807 0.046 transit 560±2 4632 [37]
Kepler-220c 0.14 9.034199 0.076 transit 560±2 4632 [37]
Kepler-220d 0.087 28.122397 0.163 transit 560±2 4632 [37]
Kepler-220e 0.119 45.902733 0.226 transit 560±2 4632 [37]
Kepler-221b 0.153 2.795906 0.037 transit 1270±9 0.72 5243 [37]
Kepler-221c 0.261 5.690586 0.059 transit 1270±9 0.72 5243 [37]
Kepler-221d 0.244 10.04156 0.087 transit 1270±9 0.72 5243 [37]
Kepler-221e 0.235 18.369917 0.13 transit 1270±9 0.72 5243 [37]
Kepler-222b 0.282 3.936981 0.048 transit 2520±40 5433 [37]
Kepler-222c 0.414 10.08881 0.091 transit 2520±40 5433 [37]
Kepler-222d 0.329 28.081912 0.18 transit 2520±40 5433 [37]
Kepler-223b 0.02328 0.267 7.38449 transit 6400±400 1.12 [37]
Kepler-223c 0.01605 0.307 9.84564 transit 6400±400 1.12 [37]
Kepler-223d 0.02517 0.467 14.78869 transit 6400±400 1.12 [37]
Kepler-223e 0.0151 0.41 19.72567 transit 6400±400 1.12 [37]
Kepler-224b 0.124 3.132924 0.038 transit 2600±60 0.74 5018 [37]
Kepler-224c 0.278 5.925003 0.058 transit 2600±60 0.74 5018 [37]
Kepler-224d 0.205 11.349393 0.089 transit 2600±60 0.74 5018 [37]
Kepler-224e 0.176 18.643577 0.124 transit 2600±60 0.74 5018 [37]
Kepler-225b 0.107 6.738975 0.056 transit 1850±40 3682 [37]
Kepler-225c 0.164 18.794234 0.111 transit 1850±40 3682 [37]
Kepler-226b 0.138 3.940997 0.047 transit 3280±80 0.86 5571 [37]
Kepler-226c 0.203 5.349555 0.058 transit 3280±80 0.86 5571 [37]
Kepler-226d 0.109 8.109044 0.076 transit 3280±80 0.86 5571 [37]
Kepler-227b 0.277 9.488015 0.09 transit 3640±100 5854 [37]
Kepler-227c 0.271 54.418694 0.29 transit 3640±100 5854 [37]
Kepler-228b 0.136 2.566546 0.038 transit 5600±300 6043 [37]
Kepler-228c 0.241 4.134444 0.052 transit 5600±300 6043 [37]
Kepler-228d 0.36 11.094286 0.101 transit 5600±300 6043 [37]
Kepler-229b 0.196 6.252972 0.062 transit 2750±70 5120 [37]
Kepler-229c 0.439 16.068638 0.117 transit 2750±70 5120 [37]
Kepler-229d 0.343 41.194912 0.22 transit 2750±70 5120 [37]
Kepler-230b 0.38 32.625555 0.191 transit 2460±40 5588 [37]
Kepler-230c 0.182 91.773242 0.38 transit 2460±40 5588 [37]
Kepler-231b 0.154 10.065275 0.074 transit 988±9 0.58 3767 [37]
Kepler-231c 0.172 19.271566 0.114 transit 988±9 0.58 3767 [37]
Kepler-232b 0.275 4.431222 0.054 transit 4570±160 5847 [37]
Kepler-232c 0.342 11.379349 0.101 transit 4570±160 5847 [37]
Kepler-233b 0.217 8.472382 0.077 transit 2860±60 5360 [37]
Kepler-233c 0.242 60.418955 0.287 transit 2860±60 5360 [37]
Kepler-234b 0.33 2.711506 0.04 transit 5900±300 6224 [37]
Kepler-234c 0.313 7.21205 0.077 transit 5900±300 6224 [37]
Kepler-235b 0.199 3.340222 0.037 transit 1410±20 0.59 4255 [37]
Kepler-235c 0.114 7.824904 0.065 transit 1410±20 0.59 4255 [37]
Kepler-235d 0.183 20.060548 0.122 transit 1410±20 0.59 4255 [37]
Kepler-235e 0.198 46.183669 0.213 transit 1410±20 0.59 4255 [37]
Kepler-236b 0.14 8.295611 0.065 transit 949±7 0.56 3750 [37]
Kepler-236c 0.178 23.968127 0.132 transit 949±7 0.56 3750 [37]
Kepler-237b 0.126 4.715106 0.05 transit 2180±30 0.7 4861 [37]
Kepler-237c 0.186 8.103636 0.071 transit 2180±30 0.7 4861 [37]
Kepler-238b 0.154 2.090876 0.034 transit 6200±300 1.06 5751 [37]
Kepler-238c 0.213 6.155557 0.069 transit 6200±300 1.06 5751 [37]
Kepler-238d 0.274 13.233549 0.115 transit 6200±300 1.06 5751 [37]
Kepler-239b 0.208 11.763051 0.095 transit 2150±40 0.74 4914 [37]
Kepler-239c 0.224 56.228098 0.268 transit 2150±40 0.74 4914 [37]
Kepler-240b 0.122 4.144495 0.048 transit 2480±60 4985 [37]
Kepler-240c 0.196 7.953528 0.074 transit 2480±60 4985 [37]
Kepler-241b 0.208 12.718092 0.094 transit 1980±130 4699 [37]
Kepler-241c 0.229 36.065978 0.189 transit 1980±130 4699 [37]
Kepler-242b 0.233 8.20395 0.075 transit 1990±30 5020 [37]
Kepler-242c 0.178 14.496481 0.109 transit 1990±30 5020 [37]
Kepler-243b 0.219 5.715442 0.062 transit 2300±30 0.89 5228 [37]
Kepler-243c 0.178 20.026218 0.142 transit 2300±30 0.89 5228 [37]
Kepler-244b 0.246 4.311792 0.05 transit 3480±120 5554 [37]
Kepler-244c 0.183 9.767292 0.087 transit 3480±120 5554 [37]
Kepler-244d 0.206 20.050401 0.14 transit 3480±120 5554 [37]
Kepler-245b 0.229 7.49019 0.071 transit 2870±80 0.8 5100 [37]
Kepler-245c 0.194 17.460812 0.124 transit 2870±80 0.8 5100 [37]
Kepler-245d 0.27 36.277108 0.202 transit 2870±80 0.8 5100 [37]
Kepler-246b 0.209 4.60182 0.052 transit 2070±20 0.86 5206 [37]
Kepler-246c 0.134 11.187161 0.095 transit 2070±20 0.86 5206 [37]
Kepler-247b 0.146 3.33616 0.042 transit 2200±40 5100 [37]
Kepler-247c 0.365 9.439452 0.084 transit 2200±40 5100 [37]
Kepler-247d 0.352 20.477912 0.14 transit 2200±40 5100 [37]
Kepler-248b 0.269 6.308205 0.066 transit 2460±40 5190 [37]
Kepler-248c 0.363 16.239494 0.123 transit 2460±40 5190 [37]
Kepler-249b 0.097 3.306539 0.035 transit 624±3 3568 [37]
Kepler-249c 0.135 7.113702 0.058 transit 624±3 3568 [37]
Kepler-249d 0.14 15.368459 0.097 transit 624±3 3568 [37]
Kepler-250b 0.101 4.148141 0.048 transit 2530±50 0.8 5160 [37]
Kepler-250c 0.203 7.156804 0.069 transit 2530±50 0.8 5160 [37]
Kepler-250d 0.194 17.648312 0.127 transit 2530±50 0.8 5160 [37]
Kepler-251b 0.119 4.790936 0.053 transit 3090±90 0.91 5526 [37]
Kepler-251c 0.247 16.514043 0.122 transit 3090±90 0.91 5526 [37]
Kepler-251d 0.247 30.133001 0.182 transit 3090±90 0.91 5526 [37]
Kepler-251e 0.247 99.640161 0.404 transit 3090±90 0.91 5526 [37]
Kepler-252b 0.11 6.668391 0.058 transit 1251±11 0.52 4208 [37]
Kepler-252c 0.192 10.848463 0.08 transit 1251±11 0.52 4208 [37]
Kepler-253b 0.145 3.783986 0.046 transit 2800±60 5208 [37]
Kepler-253c 0.236 10.281951 0.089 transit 2800±60 5208 [37]
Kepler-253d 0.283 18.119869 0.13 transit 2800±60 5208 [37]
Kepler-254b 0.345 5.826662 0.064 transit 4700±200 5957 [37]
Kepler-254c 0.192 12.412183 0.105 transit 4700±200 5957 [37]
Kepler-254d 0.223 18.746477 0.139 transit 4700±200 5957 [37]
Kepler-255b 0.138 5.714606 0.063 transit 3530±100 0.97 5573 [37]
Kepler-255c 0.267 9.946047 0.092 transit 3530±100 0.97 5573 [37]
Kepler-256b 0.142 1.620493 0.027 transit 3440±80 1.02 5551 [37]
Kepler-256c 0.192 3.38802 0.045 transit 3440±80 1.02 5551 [37]
Kepler-256d 0.221 5.839172 0.064 transit 3440±80 1.02 5551 [37]
Kepler-256e 0.21 10.681572 0.096 transit 3440±80 1.02 5551 [37]
Kepler-257b 0.233 2.382667 0.034 transit 2600±50 5180 [37]
Kepler-257c 0.483 6.581484 0.066 transit 2600±50 5180 [37]
Kepler-257d 0.442 24.664551 0.16 transit 2600±50 5180 [37]
Kepler-258b 0.362 13.19722 0.103 transit 1900±20 0.8 4942 [37]
Kepler-258c 0.322 33.653079 0.193 transit 1900±20 0.8 4942 [37]
Kepler-259b 0.25 8.115317 0.079 transit 3360±80 5938 [37]
Kepler-259c 0.241 36.924931 0.217 transit 3360±80 5938 [37]
Kepler-260b 0.179 8.187399 0.075 transit 2080±20 0.88 5250 [37]
Kepler-260c 0.155 76.050178 0.332 transit 2080±20 0.88 5250 [37]
Kepler-261b 0.194 10.381227 0.088 transit 1044±5 0.87 5098 [37]
Kepler-261c 0.178 24.570858 0.156 transit 1044±5 0.87 5098 [37]
Kepler-262b 0.121 13.060855 0.108 transit 2030±20 5841 [37]
Kepler-262c 0.146 21.853722 0.152 transit 2030±20 5841 [37]
Kepler-263b 0.238 16.568087 0.12 transit 2510±50 5265 [37]
Kepler-263c 0.22 47.332773 0.242 transit 2510±50 5265 [37]
Kepler-264b 0.297 40.806231 0.249 transit 3150±60 1.32 6158 [37]
Kepler-264c 0.252 140.101261 0.566 transit 3150±60 1.32 6158 [37]
Kepler-265b 0.166 6.846262 0.069 transit 4330±160 1.03 5835 [37]
Kepler-265c 0.235 17.028937 0.127 transit 4330±160 1.03 5835 [37]
Kepler-265d 0.222 43.130617 0.236 transit 4330±160 1.03 5835 [37]
Kepler-265e 0.231 67.831024 0.319 transit 4330±160 1.03 5835 [37]
Kepler-266b 0.221 6.61833 0.071 transit 4640±190 0.99 5885 [37]
Kepler-266c 0.347 107.723601 0.457 transit 4640±190 0.99 5885 [37]
Kepler-267b 0.177 3.353728 0.037 transit 870±8 0.56 4258 [37]
Kepler-267c 0.19 6.87745 0.06 transit 870±8 0.56 4258 [37]
Kepler-267d 0.203 28.464515 0.154 transit 870±8 0.56 4258 [37]
Kepler-268b 0.227 25.934138 0.18 transit 2840±30 6081 [37]
Kepler-268c 0.302 83.446393 0.391 transit 2840±30 6081 [37]
Kepler-269b 0.22 5.326718 0.061 transit 7900±600 0.98 5847 [37]
Kepler-269c 0.151 8.127899 0.081 transit 7900±600 0.98 5847 [37]
Kepler-270b 0.179 11.476094 0.107 transit 3180±40 6067 [37]
Kepler-270c 0.158 25.262887 0.18 transit 3180±40 6067 [37]
Kepler-271b 0.079 5.217738 0.056 transit 1334±12 5524 [37]
Kepler-271c 0.089 7.410935 0.071 transit 1334±12 5524 [37]
Kepler-272b 0.128 2.971353 0.038 transit 2970±40 0.79 5297 [37]
Kepler-272c 0.16 6.057342 0.061 transit 2970±40 0.79 5297 [37]
Kepler-272d 0.201 10.937304 0.091 transit 2970±40 0.79 5297 [37]
Kepler-273b 0.134 2.936532 0.037 transit 2370±30 5626 [37]
Kepler-273c 0.177 8.014927 0.073 transit 2370±30 5626 [37]
Kepler-274b 0.137 11.634788 0.101 transit 4510±140 6023 [37]
Kepler-274c 0.164 33.197861 0.204 transit 4510±140 6023 [37]
Kepler-275b 0.209 10.300682 0.098 transit 7000±500 1.24 6165 [37]
Kepler-275c 0.302 16.088134 0.132 transit 7000±500 1.24 6165 [37]
Kepler-275d 0.297 35.676062 0.224 transit 7000±500 1.24 6165 [37]
Kepler-276b 0.256 14.12841 0.119 transit 3850±150 1.1 6105 [37]
Kepler-278b 0.363 30.160546 0.207 transit 1460±20 4991 [37]
Kepler-278c 0.32 51.078775 0.294 transit 1460±20 4991 [37]
Kepler-280b 0.129 2.139542 0.032 transit 2600±30 0.91 5744 [37]
Kepler-280c 0.179 4.807091 0.056 transit 2600±30 0.91 5744 [37]
Kepler-281b 0.252 14.646008 0.117 transit 6000±300 0.98 5723 [37]
Kepler-281c 0.474 36.337373 0.215 transit 6000±300 0.98 5723 [37]
Kepler-282b 0.09 9.220524 0.082 transit 4530±150 0.97 5602 [37]
Kepler-282c 0.107 13.638723 0.106 transit 4530±150 0.97 5602 [37]
Kepler-283b 0.19 11.008151 0.082 transit 1540±20 4351 [37]
Kepler-283c 0.162 92.743711 0.341 transit 1540±20 4351 [37]
Kepler-284b 0.2 12.699149 0.104 transit 3460±110 5615 [37]
Kepler-284c 0.233 37.514456 0.213 transit 3460±110 5615 [37]
Kepler-285b 0.12 2.633867 0.036 transit 2750±50 0.85 5411 [37]
Kepler-285c 0.1 6.186676 0.064 transit 2750±50 0.85 5411 [37]
Kepler-286b 0.111 1.796302 0.027 transit 4100±400 5580 [37]
Kepler-286c 0.122 3.468095 0.042 transit 4100±400 5580 [37]
Kepler-286d 0.119 5.914323 0.061 transit 4100±400 5580 [37]
Kepler-286e 0.158 29.221289 0.176 transit 4100±400 5580 [37]
Kepler-287b 0.208 20.342199 0.145 transit 2790±50 5806 [37]
Kepler-287c 0.291 44.851896 0.246 transit 2790±50 5806 [37]
Kepler-288b 0.149 6.097326 0.065 transit 4030±110 0.89 5918 [37]
Kepler-288c 0.254 19.305772 0.14 transit 4030±110 0.89 5918 [37]
Kepler-288d 0.238 56.633742 0.287 transit 4030±110 0.89 5918 [37]
Kepler-289b 0.023 0.192 34.545 0.21 transit 2340±20 1.08 5990 [37]
Kepler-289c 0.42 1.034 125.8518 0.51 transit 2340±20 1.08 5990 [37]
Kepler-289d 0.013 0.239 66.0634 0.33 transit 2340±20 1.08 5990 ?
Kepler-290b 0.201 14.589347 0.11 transit 2310±40 5147 [37]
Kepler-290c 0.241 36.77031 0.205 transit 2310±40 5147 [37]
Kepler-291b 0.193 3.546511 0.047 transit 6100±400 1.03 6002 [37]
Kepler-291c 0.168 5.700786 0.065 transit 6100±400 1.03 6002 [37]
Kepler-292b 0.118 2.580827 0.035 transit 3540±150 0.88 5299 [37]
Kepler-292c 0.131 3.715335 0.045 transit 3540±150 0.88 5299 [37]
Kepler-292d 0.199 7.055679 0.068 transit 3540±150 0.88 5299 [37]
Kepler-292e 0.238 11.97901 0.097 transit 3540±150 0.88 5299 [37]
Kepler-292f 0.21 20.834237 0.141 transit 3540±150 0.88 5299 [37]
Kepler-293b 0.274 19.254196 0.144 transit 3260±70 1.01 5804 [37]
Kepler-293c 0.342 54.155743 0.286 transit 3260±70 1.01 5804 [37]
Kepler-294b 0.158 3.701212 0.048 transit 4600±200 5913 [37]
Kepler-294c 0.242 6.6264 0.071 transit 4600±200 5913 [37]
Kepler-295b 0.109 12.645164 0.099 transit 5800±300 5603 [37]
Kepler-295c 0.104 21.526258 0.142 transit 5800±300 5603 [37]
Kepler-295d 0.121 33.884054 0.192 transit 5800±300 5603 [37]
Kepler-296b 0.144 10.864384 0.079 transit 740 0.5 3740 [37]
Kepler-296c 0.178 5.8416366 0.0521 transit 740 0.5 3740 [37]
Kepler-296d 0.186 19.850291 0.118 transit 740 0.5 3740 [37]
Kepler-296e 0.136 34.14211 0.169 transit 740 0.5 3740 [37]
Kepler-296f 0.161 63.33627 0.255 transit 740 0.5 3740 [37]
Kepler-297b 0.256 38.871826 0.217 transit 2300±20 5619 [37]
Kepler-297c 0.583 74.920137 0.336 transit 2300±20 5619 [37]
Kepler-298b 0.175 10.475464 0.08 transit 1710±20 0.65 4465 [37]
Kepler-298c 0.172 22.92881 0.136 transit 1710±20 0.65 4465 [37]
Kepler-298d 0.223 77.473633 0.305 transit 1710±20 0.65 4465 [37]
Kepler-299b 0.118 2.927128 0.04 transit 3530±80 0.97 5617 [37]
Kepler-299c 0.236 6.885875 0.07 transit 3530±80 0.97 5617 [37]
Kepler-299d 0.166 15.054786 0.118 transit 3530±80 0.97 5617 [37]
Kepler-299e 0.167 38.285489 0.22 transit 3530±80 0.97 5617 [37]
Kepler-300b 0.149 10.446347 0.094 transit 3690±60 0.94 5986 [37]
Kepler-300c 0.201 40.714955 0.232 transit 3690±60 0.94 5986 [37]
Kepler-301b 0.12 2.508553 0.036 transit 2390±30 0.91 5815 [37]
Kepler-301c 0.12 5.419026 0.06 transit 2390±30 0.91 5815 [37]
Kepler-301d 0.156 13.751243 0.112 transit 2390±30 0.91 5815 [37]
Kepler-302b 0.362 30.184104 0.193 transit 4760±190 5740 [37]
Kepler-302c 1.111 127.282184 0.503 transit 4760±190 5740 [37]
Kepler-303b 0.079 1.937055 0.024 transit 688±3 0.59 3944 [37]
Kepler-303c 0.102 7.061149 0.057 transit 688±3 0.59 3944 [37]
Kepler-304b 0.255 3.295709 0.039 transit 1435±17 0.8 4731 [37]
Kepler-304c 0.194 5.315946 0.054 transit 1435±17 0.8 4731 [37]
Kepler-304d 0.245 9.653471 0.08 transit 1435±17 0.8 4731 [37]
Kepler-305d 0.242 16.738661 0.121 transit 2900±80 0.76 5100 [37]
Kepler-306b 0.136 4.646186 0.05 transit 2580±60 0.82 4954 [37]
Kepler-306c 0.21 7.240193 0.067 transit 2580±60 0.82 4954 [37]
Kepler-306d 0.22 17.326644 0.12 transit 2580±60 0.82 4954 [37]
Kepler-306e 0.203 44.840975 0.227 transit 2580±60 0.82 4954 [37]
Kepler-308b 0.189 9.694928 0.09 transit 4500±200 5895 [37]
Kepler-308c 0.193 15.38231 0.123 transit 4500±200 5895 [37]
Kepler-309b 0.139 5.923653 0.059 transit 1804±19 4713 [37]
Kepler-309c 0.224 105.356383 0.401 transit 1804±19 4713 [37]
Kepler-310b 0.106 13.930698 0.111 transit 1990±20 0.85 5797 [37]
Kepler-310c 0.302 56.47542 0.281 transit 1990±20 0.85 5797 [37]
Kepler-310d 0.22 92.876125 0.392 transit 1990±20 0.85 5797 [37]
Kepler-311b 0.152 9.176092 0.087 transit 2590±30 1.06 5905 [37]
Kepler-311c 0.128 19.738286 0.145 transit 2590±30 1.06 5905 [37]
Kepler-312b 0.115 1.772419 0.031 transit 2660±40 1.23 6115 [37]
Kepler-312c 0.281 19.747412 0.153 transit 2660±40 1.23 6115 [37]
Kepler-313b 0.226 14.970418 0.125 transit 3500±300 0.9 5727 [37]
Kepler-313c 0.229 32.273273 0.208 transit 3500±300 0.9 5727 [37]
Kepler-314b 0.074 2.461069 0.035 transit 883±5 1.02 5378 [37]
Kepler-314c 0.259 5.960392 0.064 transit 883±5 1.02 5378 [37]
Kepler-315b 0.336 96.101141 0.402 transit 3910±120 0.78 5796 [37]
Kepler-315c 0.37 265.469335 0.791 transit 3910±120 0.78 5796 [37]
Kepler-316b 0.095 2.240508 0.027 transit 1269±12 0.53 4204 [37]
Kepler-316c 0.103 6.827766 0.058 transit 1269±12 0.53 4204 [37]
Kepler-317b 0.186 5.524242 0.061 transit 3150±80 0.95 5497 [37]
Kepler-317c 0.153 8.77501 0.083 transit 3150±80 0.95 5497 [37]
Kepler-318b 0.42 4.662715 0.056 transit 1618±10 1.05 5746 [37]
Kepler-318c 0.328 11.815007 0.105 transit 1618±10 1.05 5746 [37]
Kepler-319b 0.145 4.362705 0.051 transit 1666±15 1.29 5526 [37]
Kepler-319c 0.235 6.941357 0.069 transit 1666±15 1.29 5526 [37]
Kepler-319d 0.204 31.781925 0.191 transit 1666±15 1.29 5526 [37]
Kepler-320b 0.102 8.371554 0.085 transit 2760±30 6435 [37]
Kepler-320c 0.122 17.934937 0.142 transit 2760±30 6435 [37]
Kepler-321b 0.158 4.915379 0.057 transit 1268±11 1.01 5740 [37]
Kepler-321c 0.207 13.093921 0.11 transit 1268±11 1.01 5740 [37]
Kepler-322b 0.09 1.653888 0.027 transit 1321±8 0.91 5388 [37]
Kepler-322c 0.149 4.337234 0.051 transit 1321±8 0.91 5388 [37]
Kepler-323b 0.128 1.678327 0.028 transit 1500±20 1.09 5987 [37]
Kepler-323c 0.145 3.553822 0.046 transit 1500±20 1.09 5987 [37]
Kepler-324b 0.102 4.385315 0.05 transit 1659±12 0.86 5194 [37]
Kepler-324c 0.281 51.805612 0.26 transit 1659±12 0.86 5194 [37]
Kepler-325b 0.26 4.544439 0.053 transit 2740±40 0.87 5752 [37]
Kepler-325c 0.227 12.762172 0.105 transit 2740±40 0.87 5752 [37]
Kepler-325d 0.249 38.715185 0.22 transit 2740±40 0.87 5752 [37]
Kepler-326b 0.136 2.248329 0.032 transit 1610±30 0.98 5105 [37]
Kepler-326c 0.125 4.580358 0.051 transit 1610±30 0.98 5105 [37]
Kepler-326d 0.108 6.766888 0.066 transit 1610±30 0.98 5105 [37]
Kepler-327b 0.099 2.549575 0.029 transit 794±4 0.55 3799 [37]
Kepler-327c 0.092 5.212333 0.047 transit 794±4 0.55 3799 [37]
Kepler-327d 0.154 13.969457 0.09 transit 794±4 0.55 3799 [37]
Kepler-329b 0.125 7.416397 0.061 transit 1450±20 0.53 4257 [37]
Kepler-329c 0.172 18.684737 0.113 transit 1450±20 0.53 4257 [37]
Kepler-330b 0.12 8.25978 0.075 transit 2380±40 0.78 5117 [37]
Kepler-330c 0.174 15.955387 0.116 transit 2380±40 0.78 5117 [37]
Kepler-331b 0.162 8.457496 0.065 transit 1920±40 0.51 4347 [37]
Kepler-331c 0.164 17.28111 0.105 transit 1920±40 0.51 4347 [37]
Kepler-331d 0.146 32.134328 0.159 transit 1920±40 0.51 4347 [37]
Kepler-332b 0.104 7.626324 0.07 transit 1133±5 0.8 4955 [37]
Kepler-332c 0.097 15.995622 0.114 transit 1133±5 0.8 4955 [37]
Kepler-332d 0.105 34.21154 0.189 transit 1133±5 0.8 4955 [37]
Kepler-333b 0.118 12.551158 0.087 transit 1068±7 0.54 4259 [37]
Kepler-333c 0.099 24.08821 0.135 transit 1068±7 0.54 4259 [37]
Kepler-334b 0.1 5.470319 0.061 transit 1408±14 1 5828 [37]
Kepler-334c 0.128 12.758005 0.107 transit 1408±14 1 5828 [37]
Kepler-334d 0.126 25.09849 0.168 transit 1408±14 1 5828 [37]
Kepler-335b 0.302 6.562331 0.075 transit 4320±100 0.99 5877 [37]
Kepler-335c 0.274 67.844469 0.356 transit 4320±100 0.99 5877 [37]
Kepler-336b 0.091 2.024823 0.033 transit 8000±7000 0.89 5867 [37]
Kepler-336c 0.187 9.600001 0.092 transit 8000±7000 0.89 5867 [37]
Kepler-336d 0.211 20.678772 0.154 transit 8000±7000 0.89 5867 [37]
Kepler-337b 0.137 3.292781 0.045 transit 2250±30 0.96 5684 [37]
Kepler-337c 0.183 9.693201 0.093 transit 2250±30 0.96 5684 [37]
Kepler-338b 0.218 13.726976 0.117 transit 1830±20 1.1 5923 [37]
Kepler-338c 0.209 24.310856 0.172 transit 1830±20 1.1 5923 [37]
Kepler-338d 0.268 44.431014 0.257 transit 1830±20 1.1 5923 [37]
Kepler-338e 0.027 0.139 9.341 timing 1830±20 1.1 5923 ?
Kepler-339b 0.127 4.977656 0.055 transit 2040±30 0.84 5631 [37]
Kepler-339c 0.103 6.988055 0.069 transit 2040±30 0.84 5631 [37]
Kepler-339d 0.104 10.558345 0.091 transit 2040±30 0.84 5631 [37]
Kepler-340b 0.226 14.844387 0.134 transit 2690±60 2.11 6620 [37]
Kepler-340c 0.301 22.824669 0.178 transit 2690±60 2.11 6620 [37]
Kepler-341b 0.105 5.195528 0.06 transit 3520±60 0.94 6012 [37]
Kepler-341c 0.152 8.01041 0.08 transit 3520±60 0.94 6012 [37]
Kepler-341d 0.165 27.666313 0.182 transit 3520±60 0.94 6012 [37]
Kepler-341e 0.178 42.473269 0.242 transit 3520±60 0.94 6012 [37]
Kepler-342b 0.201 15.170318 0.128 transit 2600±30 1.13 6175 [37]
Kepler-342c 0.175 26.234138 0.185 transit 2600±30 1.13 6175 [37]
Kepler-342d 0.222 39.459357 0.242 transit 2600±30 1.13 6175 [37]
Kepler-343b 0.215 8.96855 0.088 transit 3100±60 1.04 5807 [37]
Kepler-343c 0.18 23.22182 0.167 transit 3100±60 1.04 5807 [37]
Kepler-344b 0.233 21.963945 0.153 transit 3360±100 0.9 5774 [37]
Kepler-344c 0.263 125.596809 0.488 transit 3360±100 0.9 5774 [37]
Kepler-345b 0.066 7.415563 0.066 transit 1180±50 0.59 4504 [37]
Kepler-345c 0.107 9.387427 0.077 transit 1180±50 0.59 4504 [37]
Kepler-346b 0.237 6.511127 0.071 transit 3300±80 0.97 6033 [37]
Kepler-346c 0.274 23.851549 0.168 transit 3300±80 0.97 6033 [37]
Kepler-347b 0.176 12.79836 0.11 transit 4400±90 1.04 6088 [37]
Kepler-347c 0.156 27.320871 0.183 transit 4400±90 1.04 6088 [37]
Kepler-348b 0.136 7.05677 0.076 transit 1890±20 1.15 6177 [37]
Kepler-348c 0.119 17.265427 0.138 transit 1890±20 1.15 6177 [37]
Kepler-349b 0.17 5.929778 0.065 transit 3150±60 0.97 5956 [37]
Kepler-349c 0.175 12.247629 0.105 transit 3150±60 0.97 5956 [37]
Kepler-350b 0.165 11.189562 0.104 transit 3200±60 1 6186 [37]
Kepler-351b 0.273 37.054919 0.214 transit 3640±40 0.89 5643 [37]
Kepler-351c 0.285 57.24809 0.287 transit 3640±40 0.89 5643 [37]
Kepler-352b 0.077 10.05537 0.085 transit 830±4 0.79 5212 [37]
Kepler-352c 0.111 16.332995 0.118 transit 830±4 0.79 5212 [37]
Kepler-353b 0.079 5.795278 0.051 transit 1268±16 0.54 3903 [37]
Kepler-353c 0.123 8.410894 0.065 transit 1268±16 0.54 3903 [37]
Kepler-354b 0.164 5.47666 0.054 transit 1830±20 0.65 4648 [37]
Kepler-354c 0.117 16.934402 0.115 transit 1830±20 0.65 4648 [37]
Kepler-354d 0.111 24.209842 0.146 transit 1830±20 0.65 4648 [37]
Kepler-355b 0.13 11.03189 0.102 transit 4870±160 1.05 6184 [37]
Kepler-355c 0.242 25.762294 0.179 transit 4870±160 1.05 6184 [37]
Kepler-356b 0.14 4.612696 0.057 transit 2350±30 0.97 6133 [37]
Kepler-356c 0.161 13.121632 0.115 transit 2350±30 0.97 6133 [37]
Kepler-357b 0.164 6.475434 0.063 transit 2290±40 0.78 5036 [37]
Kepler-357c 0.238 16.85837 0.12 transit 2290±40 0.78 5036 [37]
Kepler-357d 0.306 49.499875 0.246 transit 2290±40 0.78 5036 [37]
Kepler-358b 0.243 34.060467 0.21 transit 3700±130 0.95 5908 [37]
Kepler-358c 0.254 83.488369 0.381 transit 3700±130 0.95 5908 [37]
Kepler-359b 0.315 25.563222 0.178 transit 4900±300 1.07 6248 [37]
Kepler-359c 0.384 57.68802 0.307 transit 4900±300 1.07 6248 [37]
Kepler-359d 0.358 77.095691 0.372 transit 4900±300 1.07 6248 [37]
Kepler-360b 0.147 3.289672 0.044 transit 2930±50 0.95 6053 [37]
Kepler-360c 0.187 7.186434 0.075 transit 2930±50 0.95 6053 [37]
Kepler-361b 0.129 8.486616 0.086 transit 3110±50 1.07 6169 [37]
Kepler-361c 0.225 55.188023 0.3 transit 3110±50 1.07 6169 [37]
Kepler-362b 0.079 10.327186 0.087 transit 3660±180 0.77 5788 [37]
Kepler-362c 0.129 37.866281 0.207 transit 3660±180 0.77 5788 [37]
Kepler-363b 0.103 3.614568 0.048 transit 2540±20 1.23 5593 [37]
Kepler-363c 0.151 7.542427 0.079 transit 2540±20 1.23 5593 [37]
Kepler-363d 0.183 11.932125 0.107 transit 2540±20 1.23 5593 [37]
Kepler-364b 0.138 25.745718 0.178 transit 2980±30 1.2 6108 [37]
Kepler-364c 0.192 59.980627 0.312 transit 2980±30 1.2 6108 [37]
Kepler-365b 0.182 10.664903 0.098 transit 2800±200 0.99 6012 [37]
Kepler-365c 0.146 17.784129 0.137 transit 2800±200 0.99 6012 [37]
Kepler-366b 0.13 3.281959 0.045 transit 6400±400 1.05 6209 [37]
Kepler-366c 0.16 12.51616 0.11 transit 6400±400 1.05 6209 [37]
Kepler-367b 0.116 37.815724 0.201 transit 616±2 0.75 4710 [37]
Kepler-367c 0.107 53.578637 0.253 transit 616±2 0.75 4710 [37]
Kepler-368b 0.291 26.84768 0.186 transit 2570±40 0.71 5502 [37]
Kepler-368c 0.346 72.379334 0.36 transit 2570±40 0.71 5502 [37]
Kepler-369b 0.101 2.732756 0.03 transit 840±120 0.54 3591 [37]
Kepler-369c 0.126 14.871572 0.094 transit 840±120 0.54 3591 [37]
Kepler-370b 0.142 4.57953 0.054 transit 3930±120 0.94 5852 [37]
Kepler-370c 0.17 19.02293 0.14 transit 3930±120 0.94 5852 [37]
Kepler-371b 0.169 34.763278 0.2 transit 2710±40 0.94 5666 [37]
Kepler-371c 0.159 67.968015 0.313 transit 2710±40 0.94 5666 [37]
Kepler-372b 0.121 6.849692 0.075 transit 5090±170 1.15 6509 [37]
Kepler-372c 0.186 20.053763 0.154 transit 5090±170 1.15 6509 [37]
Kepler-372d 0.151 30.092568 0.201 transit 5090±170 1.15 6509 [37]
Kepler-373b 0.121 5.535309 0.06 transit 3670±70 0.87 5787 [37]
Kepler-373c 0.111 16.725948 0.126 transit 3670±70 0.87 5787 [37]
Kepler-374b 0.092 1.897806 0.029 transit 4280±120 0.84 5977 [37]
Kepler-374c 0.098 3.282807 0.042 transit 4280±120 0.84 5977 [37]
Kepler-374d 0.117 5.028219 0.056 transit 4280±120 0.84 5977 [37]
Kepler-375b 0.129 12.125934 0.101 transit 4180±180 0.89 5826 [37]
Kepler-375c 0.236 19.986326 0.141 transit 4180±180 0.89 5826 [37]
Kepler-376b 0.095 4.920199 0.057 transit 3090±50 1.05 5900 [37]
Kepler-376c 0.16 14.172327 0.115 transit 3090±50 1.05 5900 [37]
Kepler-377b 0.124 12.509529 0.109 transit 2750±40 0.88 5949 [37]
Kepler-377c 0.184 27.014976 0.182 transit 2750±40 0.88 5949 [37]
Kepler-378b 0.067 16.092361 0.112 transit 498.3±1.4 0.96 4661 [37]
Kepler-378c 0.062 28.906009 0.166 transit 498.3±1.4 0.96 4661 [37]
Kepler-379b 0.148 20.09838 0.152 transit 2430±20 1.08 6054 [37]
Kepler-379c 0.204 62.784697 0.326 transit 2430±20 1.08 6054 [37]
Kepler-380b 0.106 3.930821 0.05 transit 2710±40 1.05 6045 [37]
Kepler-380c 0.113 7.630004 0.078 transit 2710±40 1.05 6045 [37]
Kepler-381b 0.088 5.629021 0.066 transit 878±5 1.34 6152 [37]
Kepler-381c 0.1 13.391635 0.117 transit 878±5 1.34 6152 [37]
Kepler-382b 0.118 5.262155 0.055 transit 3130±60 0.8 5600 [37]
Kepler-382c 0.142 12.162701 0.097 transit 3130±60 0.8 5600 [37]
Kepler-383b 0.118 12.904532 0.095 transit 1695 0.67 4710 [37]
Kepler-383c 0.111 31.200751 0.172 transit 1695 0.67 4710 [37]
Kepler-384b 0.1 22.597053 0.148 transit 2990±30 0.76 5577 [37]
Kepler-384c 0.101 45.348269 0.236 transit 2990±30 0.76 5577 [37]
Kepler-385b 0.244 10.043686 0.097 transit 4870±160 1.09 6326 [37]
Kepler-385c 0.271 15.163161 0.127 transit 4870±160 1.09 6326 [37]
Kepler-386b 0.124 12.31043 0.096 transit 2950±90 0.74 5178 [37]
Kepler-386c 0.141 25.193458 0.155 transit 2950±90 0.74 5178 [37]
Kepler-387b 0.092 6.791636 0.068 transit 2670±30 1.03 5774 [37]
Kepler-387c 0.079 11.837549 0.098 transit 2670±30 1.03 5774 [37]
Kepler-388b 0.072 3.173315 0.036 transit 2000±200 0.59 4498 [37]
Kepler-388c 0.077 13.297004 0.093 transit 2000±200 0.59 4498 [37]
Kepler-389b 0.135 3.244107 0.041 transit 2720±70 0.78 5376 [37]
Kepler-389c 0.13 14.51143 0.11 transit 2720±70 0.78 5376 [37]
Kepler-390b 0.073 6.738088 0.065 transit 1437±12 0.67 5166 [37]
Kepler-390c 0.07 13.060022 0.101 transit 1437±12 0.67 5166 [37]
Kepler-391b 0.285 7.416755 0.082 transit 2900±40 1.22 4940 [37]
Kepler-391c 0.316 20.485435 0.161 transit 2900±40 1.22 4940 [37]
Kepler-392b 0.089 5.341853 0.059 transit 2260±20 1.13 5938 [37]
Kepler-392c 0.098 10.423118 0.093 transit 2260±20 1.13 5938 [37]
Kepler-393b 0.115 9.182417 0.091 transit 2940±40 1.32 6189 [37]
Kepler-393c 0.119 14.613612 0.124 transit 2940±40 1.32 6189 [37]
Kepler-394b 0.143 8.005013 0.083 transit 3560±80 1.11 6402 [37]
Kepler-394c 0.148 12.130686 0.11 transit 3560±80 1.11 6402 [37]
Kepler-395b 0.092 7.054346 0.061 transit 1390±20 0.53 4262 [37]
Kepler-395c 0.118 34.989262 0.177 transit 1390±20 0.53 4262 Potentially habitable exoplanet[37]
Kepler-397b 0.219 22.250949 0.144 transit 3760 5307 [37]
Kepler-397c 0.551 135.498527 0.48 transit 3760 5307 [37]
Kepler-398b 0.083 4.081423 0.044 transit 581.4±1.8 4493 [37]
Kepler-398c 0.09 11.419412 0.087 transit 581.4±1.8 4493 [37]
Kepler-399b 0.086 14.425281 0.103 transit 4400±700 5502 [37]
Kepler-399c 0.128 26.67569 0.155 transit 4400±700 5502 [37]
Kepler-399d 0.169 58.034616 0.261 transit 4400±700 5502 [37]
Kepler-400b 0.147 9.024389 0.087 transit 2340 5886 [37]
Kepler-400c 0.133 17.340824 0.134 transit 2340 5886 [37]
Kepler-401b 0.153 14.383035 0.122 transit 3230±50 6117 [37]
Kepler-401c 0.192 47.318218 0.269 transit 3230±50 6117 [37]
Kepler-402b 0.109 4.028751 0.051 transit 2070±20 6090 [37]
Kepler-402c 0.139 6.124821 0.068 transit 2070±20 6090 [37]
Kepler-402d 0.123 8.921099 0.087 transit 2070±20 6090 [37]
Kepler-402e 0.13 11.242861 0.102 transit 2070±20 6090 [37]
Kepler-403b 0.112 7.031462 0.076 transit 2800±50 6090 [37]
Kepler-403c 0.156 54.280749 0.297 transit 2800±50 6090 [37]
Kepler-404b 0.113 11.829851 0.102 transit 2710±40 5654 [37]
Kepler-404c 0.153 14.751166 0.118 transit 2710±40 5654 [37]
Kepler-405b 0.186 10.613839 0.095 transit 3570±140 5818 [37]
Kepler-405c 0.416 29.726682 0.188 transit 3570±140 5818 [37]
Kepler-406b 0.02 0.128 2.42629 transit 1199±11 1.07 5538 [38]
Kepler-406c 0.009 0.076 4.62332 transit 1199±11 1.07 5538 [38]
Kepler-407b 0.095 0.66931 transit 1114±8 1 5476 [38]
Kepler-407c 12.6 3000 radial vel. 1114±8 1 5476 [38]
Kepler-408b 0.073 2.46502 transit 290.3±0.9 1.08 6104 Host star known as HD 176693 or KOI-1612. Reported as 2.1% false positive probable in 2014,[38] but confirmed by 2016.[40]
Kepler-409b 0.106 68.9584 transit 222.8±0.3 0.92 5460 Host star known as Gliese 409[38]
Kepler-412b 0.941 1.341 1.7208604 0.02897 transit 3650±60 1.17 5750 [41]
Kepler-413b 0.211 0.388 66.262 0.3553 transit 2830±70 0.82 4700 [42]
Kepler-414b 0.011 0.153 4.7 timing 1364±9 0.89 [43]
Kepler-414c 0.094 0.269 7.171 timing 1364±9 0.89 [43]
Kepler-415b 0.377 0.108 4.176 timing 1750±30 0.67 [43]
Kepler-415c 8.708 transit 1750±30 0.67 ?
Kepler-416b 0.183 0.221 6.319 timing 2290±30 1 [43]
Kepler-416c 12.209 transit 2290±30 1 ?
Kepler-417b 0.035 0.206 12.331 transit 3250±150 0.9 [43]
Kepler-417c 15.943 transit 3250±150 0.9 ?
Kepler-418b 1.1 1.2 86.67856 transit 3360±60 0.98 5820 [44]
Kepler-419b 2.5 0.96 69.7546 0.37 transit 3390±80 1.39 6430 [45]
Kepler-419c 7.3 675.47 1.68 timing 3390±80 1.39 6430 [45]
Kepler-420Ab 1.45 0.94 86.647661 0.382 511 transit 2900 0.99 5520 [46]
Kepler-421b 0.371 704.1984 1.219 transit 1148±6 0.79 5308 [47]
Kepler-422b 0.43 1.15 7.8914483 0.082 transit 2400±20 1.15 5972 [48]
Kepler-423b 0.595 1.192 2.6843285 0.03585 1605 transit 2520±40 0.85 5560 [48]
Kepler-424b 1.03 0.89 3.3118644 0.044 transit 2320±30 1.01 5460 [48]
Kepler-424c 6.97 223.3 0.73 radial vel. 2320±30 1.01 5460 [48]
Kepler-425b 0.25 0.978 3.79701816 0.0464 1070 transit 2140±30 0.93 5170 [49]
Kepler-426b 0.34 1.09 3.21751883 0.0414 1300 transit 2810±40 0.91 5725 [49]
Kepler-427b 0.29 1.23 10.290994 0.091 1100 transit 3410±50 0.96 5800 [49]
Kepler-428b 1.27 1.08 3.52563254 0.0433 1070 transit 2280±50 0.87 5150 [49]
Kepler-430b 0.29 35.968 0.2244 667 transit 3070±50 1.17 5884 [50]
Kepler-430c 0.16 110.979 0.4757 458 transit 3070±50 1.17 5884 [50]
Kepler-431b 0.068 6.803 0.0719 1032 transit 1609±15 1.07 6004 [50]
Kepler-431c 0.06 8.703 0.0847 951 transit 1609±15 1.07 6004 [50]
Kepler-431d 0.1 11.922 0.1045 856 transit 1609±15 1.07 6004 [50]
Kepler-432b 5.41 1.145 52.501129 0.301 transit 2830±60 1.32 4995 Eccentric orbit[51]
Kepler-432c 2.43+0.22−0.24 406.2+3.9−2.5 radial vel. 2830±60 1.32 4995 [51]
Kepler-453b 0.00063 0.553 240.503 0.7903 transit 1463±9 0.94 5527 [52]
Mu Leonis b 2.4 357.8 1.1 radial vel. 133.0 1.5 4538.2 [3]
OGLE-2008-BLG-355Lb 4.6 1.7 microlensing 22000 0.37 [53]
OGLE-2008-BLG-92Lb 0.18 18 microlensing 26000 0.71 [54]
OGLE-2011-BLG-265Lb 0.88 1.89 microlensing 14300 0.21 [55]
OGLE-2013-BLG-102Lb 12.569 0.8 microlensing 9900 0.1 Additional planet or brown dwarf in the system.[56]
OGLE-2013-BLG-341LBb 0.0073 0.883 microlensing 3790 0.15 One more red dwarf in the system.[57]
OGLE-2014-BLG-0124Lb 0.51 3.11 microlensing 13000 0.71 [58]
SAND364 b 1.54 121.71 radial vel. 2730±130 1.35 4284 Belongs to Messier 67, also known as BD+12 1917b[59]
TYC 1422-614-1 b 2.5 198.4 0.69 radial vel. 2480 1.15 4806 [60]
TYC 1422-614-1 c 10 559.3 1.37 radial vel. 2480 1.15 4806 [60]
WASP-20#Planetary system (ru) 0.72±0,06 1.32±0.03 3.16158 0.04317 transit 663.39 1.05 5990 Binary with planet orbiting primary star[61][62]
WASP-74b 0.95 1.56 2.13775 0.037 1910 transit 390 1.48 5970 [63]
WASP-83b 0.3 1.04 4.971252 0.059 1120 transit 980 1.11 5510 [63]
WASP-85Ab 1.265 1.24 2.6556777 0.039 1452 transit 243 1.09 6112 [64]
WASP-87 b 2.18±0.15 1.39±0.06 1.6828 0.0295±0.0008 transit 982±12 1.20±0.09 6450±120 [65]Host star also known as CD-52 4998.
WASP-89b 5.9 1.04 3.3564227 0.0427 1120 transit 957 0.92 5130 [63]
WASP-94Ab 0.452 1.72 3.9501907 0.055 1604 transit 590 1.45 6153 [66]
WASP-94Bb 0.618 2.00839 0.0335 radial vel. 590 1.24 6040 [66]
WASP-103b 1.49 1.528 0.925542 0.01985 2508 transit 1500 1.22 6110 Planet close to tidal disruption[67][68]
WASP-104b 1.272 1.137 1.7554137 0.02918 1516 transit 470 1.08 5475 [69]
WASP-106b 1.925 1.085 9.289715 0.0917 1140 transit 920 1.19 6055 [69]
WASP-108 b 1.167+0.092−0.091 1.215±0.040 2.6755463±0.0000021 0.0397±0.001 1590 transit 717.6±0.3 1.167±0.092 6000±140 [65]Host star also known as TYC 8254-1624-1
WASP-109 b 0.91±0.13 1.443±0.053 3.3190233±0.0000042 0.0463±0.0011 1695 transit 1173±16 1.203±0.090 6520±140 [65]Host star also known as TYC 6184-1397-1
WASP-110 b 0.515±0.064 1.238±0.056 3.7783977±0.0000031 0.0457±0.0012 1134 transit 904±10 0.892±0.072 5400±140 [65]
WASP-111 b 1.85±0.16 1.442±0.094 2.310965±0.0000034 0.03914±0.00098 2140 transit 980±20 1.50±0.11 6400±150 [65]Host star also known as HD 208180
WASP-112 b 0.88±0.12 1.191±0.049 3.0353992±0.0000038 0.0382±0.0011 1395 transit 1900±40 0.807±0.073 5610±130 [65]
WASP-116b 0.59±0.05 1.43±0.07 6.61321±0.00002 0.0730±0.0011 1400±4 transit 1770±60 1.25±0.18 5950±100 [64]
WASP-117b 0.2755 1.021 10.02165 0.09459 1024 transit 518±2 1.13 6038 [70][71]
WASP-149b 1.02±0.04 1.32±0.04 1.332811±0.000001 0.0247±0.0004 1870±1 transit 1770±60 1.12±0.17 5750±100 [64]
XO-2Sb 0.259 18.157 0.1344 radial vel. 480 0.98 5399 [72]
XO-2Sc 1.37 120.8 0.4756 radial vel. 480 0.98 5399 [72]
YBP 1194 b 0.32 6.959 radial vel. 2920±100 1.01 5780 Belongs to Messier 67[59]
YBP 1514 b 0.4 5.118 radial vel. 3060±100 0.96 5725 Belongs to Messier 67[59]

Specific exoplanet lists

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37.142 37.143 37.144 37.145 37.146 37.147 37.148 37.149 37.150 37.151 37.152 37.153 37.154 37.155 37.156 37.157 37.158 37.159 37.160 37.161 37.162 37.163 37.164 37.165 37.166 37.167 37.168 37.169 37.170 37.171 37.172 37.173 37.174 37.175 37.176 37.177 37.178 37.179 37.180 37.181 37.182 37.183 37.184 37.185 37.186 37.187 37.188 37.189 37.190 37.191 37.192 37.193 37.194 37.195 37.196 37.197 37.198 37.199 37.200 37.201 37.202 37.203 37.204 37.205 37.206 37.207 37.208 37.209 37.210 37.211 37.212 37.213 37.214 37.215 37.216 37.217 37.218 37.219 37.220 37.221 37.222 37.223 37.224 37.225 37.226 37.227 37.228 37.229 37.230 37.231 37.232 37.233 37.234 37.235 37.236 37.237 37.238 37.239 37.240 37.241 37.242 37.243 37.244 37.245 37.246 37.247 37.248 37.249 37.250 37.251 37.252 37.253 37.254 37.255 37.256 37.257 37.258 37.259 37.260 37.261 37.262 37.263 37.264 37.265 37.266 37.267 37.268 37.269 37.270 37.271 37.272 37.273 37.274 37.275 37.276 37.277 37.278 37.279 37.280 37.281 37.282 37.283 37.284 37.285 37.286 37.287 37.288 37.289 37.290 37.291 37.292 37.293 37.294 37.295 37.296 37.297 37.298 37.299 37.300 37.301 37.302 37.303 37.304 37.305 37.306 37.307 37.308 37.309 37.310 37.311 37.312 37.313 37.314 37.315 37.316 37.317 37.318 37.319 37.320 37.321 37.322 37.323 37.324 37.325 37.326 37.327 37.328 37.329 37.330 37.331 37.332 37.333 37.334 37.335 37.336 37.337 37.338 37.339 37.340 37.341 37.342 37.343 37.344 37.345 37.346 37.347 37.348 37.349 37.350 37.351 37.352 37.353 37.354 37.355 37.356 37.357 37.358 37.359 37.360 37.361 37.362 37.363 37.364 37.365 37.366 37.367 37.368 37.369 37.370 37.371 37.372 37.373 37.374 37.375 37.376 37.377 37.378 37.379 37.380 37.381 37.382 37.383 37.384 37.385 37.386 37.387 37.388 37.389 37.390 37.391 37.392 37.393 37.394 37.395 37.396 37.397 37.398 37.399 37.400 37.401 37.402 37.403 37.404 37.405 37.406 37.407 37.408 37.409 37.410 37.411 37.412 37.413 37.414 37.415 37.416 37.417 37.418 37.419 37.420 37.421 37.422 37.423 37.424 37.425 37.426 37.427 37.428 37.429 37.430 37.431 37.432 37.433 37.434 37.435 37.436 37.437 37.438 37.439 37.440 37.441 37.442 37.443 37.444 37.445 37.446 37.447 37.448 37.449 37.450 37.451 37.452 37.453 37.454 37.455 37.456 37.457 37.458 37.459 37.460 37.461 37.462 37.463 37.464 37.465 37.466 37.467 37.468 37.469 37.470 37.471 37.472 37.473 37.474 37.475 37.476 37.477 37.478 37.479 37.480 37.481 37.482 37.483 37.484 37.485 37.486 37.487 37.488 37.489 37.490 37.491 37.492 37.493 37.494 37.495 37.496 37.497 37.498 37.499 37.500 37.501 37.502 37.503 37.504 37.505 37.506 37.507 37.508 37.509 37.510 37.511 37.512 37.513 37.514 37.515 37.516 37.517 37.518 37.519 37.520 37.521 37.522 37.523 37.524 37.525 37.526 37.527 37.528 37.529 37.530 37.531 37.532 37.533 37.534 37.535 37.536 37.537 37.538 37.539 37.540 37.541 37.542 37.543 37.544 37.545 37.546 37.547 37.548 37.549 37.550 37.551 37.552 37.553 37.554 37.555 37.556 37.557 37.558 37.559 37.560 37.561 37.562 37.563 37.564 37.565 37.566 37.567 37.568 37.569 37.570 37.571 37.572 37.573 37.574 37.575 37.576 37.577 37.578 37.579 37.580 37.581 37.582 37.583 37.584 37.585 37.586 37.587 37.588 37.589 37.590 37.591 37.592 37.593 37.594 37.595 37.596 37.597 37.598 37.599 37.600 37.601 37.602 37.603 37.604 37.605 37.606 37.607 37.608 37.609 37.610 37.611 37.612 37.613 37.614 37.615 37.616 37.617 37.618 37.619 37.620 37.621 37.622 37.623 37.624 37.625 37.626 37.627 37.628 37.629 37.630 37.631 37.632 37.633 37.634 37.635 37.636 37.637 37.638 37.639 37.640 37.641 37.642 37.643 37.644 37.645 37.646 37.647 37.648 37.649 37.650 37.651 37.652 37.653 37.654 37.655 37.656 37.657 37.658 37.659 37.660 37.661 37.662 37.663 37.664 37.665 37.666 37.667 37.668 37.669 37.670 37.671 37.672 37.673 37.674 37.675 37.676 37.677 37.678 37.679 37.680 37.681 37.682 37.683 37.684 37.685 37.686 37.687 37.688 37.689 37.690 37.691 37.692 37.693 37.694 37.695 37.696 37.697 37.698 37.699 37.700 37.701 37.702 37.703 37.704 37.705 37.706 37.707 37.708 37.709 37.710 37.711 37.712 37.713 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