What is the Kepler candidate list?
List of Kepler exoplanet candidates in the habitable zone
|Name||Star||Mass ( M Earth)|
|KOI-5949.01||F||44.2 – 8.1 – 3.2|
|KOI-5506.01||F||18.6 – 4.5 – 1.9|
|KOI-6239.01||G||30.6 – 6.4 – 2.6|
|KOI-5888.01||G||38.5 – 7.4 – 3.0|
How many planets has Kepler confirmed?
On May 10, 2016, NASA announced that the Kepler mission has verified 1,284 new planets. Based on some of the planet’s sizes, about 550 could potentially be rocky planets. Nine of these orbit in their stars’ habitable zone.
Can we live on Kepler 22?
It’s possible Kepler-22b is mostly gaseous, in which case it might not be all that massive, but also may not be a very fun place to live. It’s possible it’s comprised very similarly to Earth, mostly made of rock, iron, ice, and water. In which case its mass would be something like 10 – 15 times that of Earth.
Can we live in Kepler 1649c?
Kepler-1649c is an Earth-sized exoplanet, likely rocky, orbiting within the habitable zone of the red dwarf star Kepler-1649, the outermost planet of the planetary system discovered by Kepler’s space telescope….Kepler-1649c.
|Mean radius||1.06 +0.15 −0.10 R Earth|
Is there water on Kepler?
Kepler Exoplanet Likely Has More Water Than Earth, Says Astronomer.
Is there water on Kepler 442b?
The planet is in the habitable zone of its star, a region where liquid water could exist on the planet’s surface. It is one of the most Earth-like planets yet found in size and temperature.
How old is the Kepler?
Kepler-452 is 6 billion years old, 1.5 billion years older than our sun, has the same temperature, and is 20 percent brighter and has a diameter 10 percent larger.