Astronomy:List of potentially habitable exoplanets

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This is a list of potentially habitable exoplanets. The list is mostly based on estimates of habitability by the Habitable Exoplanets Catalog (HEC), and data from the NASA Exoplanet Archive. The HEC is maintained by the Planetary Habitability Laboratory at the University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo.[1] There is also a speculative list being developed of Superhabitable planet.

Surface planetary habitability is thought to require orbiting at the right distance from the host star for liquid surface water to be present, in addition to various geophysical and geodynamical aspects, atmospheric density, radiation type and intensity, and the host star's plasma environment.[2]

List

This is a list of exoplanets within the circumstellar habitable zone that are under 10 Earth masses and smaller than 2.5 Earth radii.[3][1] Earth is included for comparison.

Object Star Star type Mass (M) Radius (R) Density (g/cm3) Flux (F) Teq (K) Period (days) Distance (ly) Refs/Notes
Earth Sun (Sol) Template:StarG 1.00 1.00 5.514 1.00 255 365.25 0 [3]
Teegarden's Star b Teegarden's Star Template:StarM ≥1.05 1.02 1.15 264 4.91 12.58 [4]Radius is estimated[5]
TOI 700 d TOI 700 Template:StarM 1.72 1.14 5.631 0.87 246 37.4 101
K2-72e K2-72 Template:StarM ~2.21 1.29 5.675 1.11 261 24.2 217 [6]
TRAPPIST-1d TRAPPIST-1 Template:StarM 0.30 0.78 3.39 1.04 258 4.05 39 Confirmed to be rocky[7][8]
Kepler-1649c Kepler-1649 Template:StarM 1.06 5.54 0.75 237 19.5 301 [9]
Proxima Centauri b Proxima Centauri Template:StarM ≥1.27 ≥1.30 4.016 0.70 228 11.186 4.25 Affected by solar flare, possibly affected by high radiation[10]
Gliese 1061 d Gliese 1061 Template:StarM 1.64 0.69 218 13.0 12
Gliese 1061 c Gliese 1061 Template:StarM ≥1.74 1.45 275 6.7 12
Ross 128 b Ross 128 Template:StarM ≥1.40 ≥1.80 2.424 1.48 280 9.87 11.03 [11]
Luyten b Luyten's Star Template:StarM ≥2.89 6.45 1.06 258 18.65 12.36 [12]
TRAPPIST-1e TRAPPIST-1 Template:StarM 0.77 0.91 5.65 0.67 230 6.1 39 Confirmed to be rocky[7][8]
Kepler-442b Kepler-442 Template:StarK 1.35 5.272 0.70 233 112.3 1193 [1]
Wolf 1061c Wolf 1061 Template:StarM ≥3.41 5.79 1.30 271 17.9 13.8 [1]
Gliese 667 Cc Gliese 667 C Template:StarM ≥3.81 5.603 0.88 277 28.1 23.62 [13][1]
Kepler-1229b Kepler-1229 Template:StarM 1.40 5.426 0.49 213 86.8 865 [1]
TRAPPIST-1f TRAPPIST-1 Template:StarM 0.93 1.05 3.3±0.9 0.38 200 9.2 39 Confirmed to be rocky[7][8]
Kepler-62f Kepler-62 Template:StarK 1.41 5.509 0.41 204 267.3 981 [1][14]
Teegarden's Star c Teegarden's Star Template:StarM ≥1.11 0.37 199 11.4 12.58 [4]
Kepler-186f Kepler-186 Template:StarM 1.17 0.29 188 129.9 579 [1]
Tau Ceti f Tau Ceti Template:StarG ≥3.93 3.655 0.32 190 636.1 12 [1]
TRAPPIST-1g TRAPPIST-1 Template:StarM 1.15 1.15 4.186 0.26 182 12.4 39 Confirmed to be rocky[7][8]
Kapteyn b Kapteyn's Star Template:StarM ≥4.8 6.44 0.43 205 48.6 13 Not confirmed, controversial[15]
Kepler-452b Kepler-452 Template:StarG 5 1.63 1.11 261 384.8 1799 [1][16]Controversial[17]
Kepler-62e Kepler-62 Template:StarK 1.61 1.15 264 122.4 981 [1][18]
Kepler-1652b Kepler-1652 Template:StarM 1.60 0.84 244 38.1 822
Kepler-1544 b Kepler-1544 Template:StarK 1.78 0.90 248 168.8 1092 [1]
Kepler-296e Kepler-296 Template:StarK 1.52 1.50 276 34.1 737 [1][19]
Kepler-283c Kepler-283 Template:StarK 1.82 0.90 248 92.7 1526 [1]
K2-296b EPIC 201238110 Template:StarM 1.87 1.15 264 28.2 519
Kepler-1410b Kepler-1410 Template:StarK 1.78 1.34 274 60.9 1196
Kepler-1638b Kepler-1638 Template:StarG 1.87 1.39 276 259.3 4973 [20]
Kepler-296f Kepler-296 Template:StarK 1.80 0.66 225 63.3 737 [1][21]
Kepler-440b Kepler-440 Template:StarK 1.91 1.44 273 101.1 981 [1]
Kepler-705b Kepler-705 Template:StarM 2.11 2.994 0.83 243 56.1 903
Kepler-1653b Kepler-1653 Template:StarK 2.17 1.04 258 140.3 2461
Gliese 832 c Gliese 832 Template:StarM ≥5.40 0.99 253 35.7 16 [1]
Kepler-1606b Kepler-1606 Template:StarG 2.07 1.41 277 196.4 2710 [22]
Kepler-1090b Kepler-1090 Template:StarK 2.25 1.20 267 198.7 2800 [1]
Kepler-61b Kepler-61 Template:StarK 2.15 3.6 1.39 273 59.9 1092 [1][23]
Kepler-443b Kepler-443 Template:StarK 2.35 2.9 0.89 247 177.7 2615 [1]
Kepler-1701b Kepler-1701 Template:StarK 2.22 1.37 275 169.1 1904 [1][24]
Kepler-22b Kepler-22 Template:StarG 2.38 1.10 261 289.9 635 [1][25]
LHS 1140 b LHS 1140 Template:StarM 6.98 1.73 7.82+0.98−0.88 0.50 214 24.7 49 Confirmed to be rocky[26][27]
Kepler-1552b Kepler-1552 Template:StarK 2.47 1.10 261 184.8 2507
K2-9b K2-9 Template:StarM 2.25 1.45 279 18.4 270 [1][28]
Kepler-1540b Kepler-1540 Template:StarK 2.49 0.92 250 125.4 799
Gliese 180 c Gliese 180 Template:StarM ≥6.40 0.78 239 24.3 39 Not confirmed[1][29]
Kepler-298d Kepler-298 Template:StarK 2.50 1.29 271 77.5 1689 [1]
Gliese 163 c Gliese 163 Template:StarM ≥6.80 1.41 277 25.6 49 [1]
HD 40307 g HD 40307 Template:StarK ≥7.09 2.86 0.67 226 197.8 42 Not confirmed[1][30]
K2-288Bb K2-288 B Template:StarM 1.91 0.44 207 31.4 214
Gliese 3293 d Gliese 3293 Template:StarM ≥7.60 0.59 223 48.1 66 [1]
Gliese 229 Ac Gliese 229 A Template:StarM ≥7.27 0.53 216 122.0 18.8
Kepler-174d Kepler-174 Template:StarK 2.19 0.43 206 247.4 1254 [1]
Gliese 357 d Gliese 357 Template:StarM ≥6.10 2.617 0.38 200 55.7 31
Gliese 625 b Gliese 625 Template:StarM 2.82±0.51 14.628 21.3 [31]
Kepler-26e Kepler-26 Template:StarK 2.1 46.8 1104 [32][33]
Kepler-737b Kepler-737 4.5 1.96 28.5992 669 Multiple HZ solutions
Luyten 98-59 f* Luyten 98-59 2.46 >1 ~280 23.15 34.648 Unconfirmed[34]

Previous candidates

Some exoplanet candidates detected by radial velocity that were originally thought to be potentially habitable were later found to most likely be artifacts of stellar activity. These include Gliese 581 d & g,[35] Gliese 667 Ce & f,[13] and Gliese 682 b & c.[29]

HD 85512 b was initially estimated to be potentially habitable,[36][37] but updated models for the boundaries of the habitable zone placed the planet interior to the HZ,[38][39] and it is now considered non-habitable.[1] Kepler-69c has gone through a similar process; though initially estimated to be potentially habitable,[40] it was quickly realized that the planet is more likely to be similar to Venus,[41] and is thus no longer considered habitable.[1]

Similarly, Tau Ceti e and f were initially both considered potentially habitable,[42] but with improved models of the circumstellar habitable zone, PHL currently only considers planet f potentially habitable.[1] Kepler-438b was also initially considered potentially habitable, with highest ESI of 0.88; however, it was later found to be a subject of powerful flares that can strip a planet of its atmosphere, so it is now considered non-habitable.[1] Gliese 180 b appears to be another example of a planet once considered potentially habitable but later found to be interior to the habitable zone.[1]

K2-3d and K2-18b were originally considered potentially habitable, and remain listed in the HEC,[1] but recent studies have shown them to be gaseous sub-Neptunes and thus unlikely to be habitable.[43][44][45][46][47][48]

KOI-1686.01 was also considered a potentially habitable exoplanet after its detection in 2011, until proven a false positive by NASA in 2015.[49] Several other KOIs, like Kepler-577b and Kepler-1649b, were considered potentially habitable prior to confirmation, but with new data are no longer considered habitable.

See also

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