Kepler-90
KOI-351
KIC 11442793
18 57 44.038
+49 18 18.58
780
Kepler-90
KOI-351
KIC 11442793
2MASS J18574403+4918185
12.790
12.53
12.482
6080
-0.12
1.2
1.20
0.5300
Kepler-90 h
KOI-351 h
KOI-351.01
KIC 11442793 h
2MASS J18574403+4918185 h
Confirmed planets

331.60059
1.01
1.008
89.6
2454973.49631
2013
17/12/15
transit
KOI-351 is the first seven planet system discovered by Kepler. It is somewhat similar to our own Solar System, but much more compact. Two independent groups have found the transits in the Kepler data, one of them being citizen scientists (PlanetHunters.org).
1
Kepler-90 g
KOI-351 g
KOI-351.02
KIC 11442793 g
2MASS J18574403+4918185 g
Confirmed planets

210.60697
0.71
0.723
89.8
2454980.0364
2013
17/12/15
transit
KOI-351 is the first seven planet system discovered by Kepler. It is somewhat similar to our own Solar System, but much more compact. Two independent groups have found the transits in the Kepler data, one of them being citizen scientists (PlanetHunters.org).
1
Kepler-90 f
KOI-351 f
KOI-351.07
KIC 11442793 f
2MASS J18574403+4918185 f
Confirmed planets

124.9144
0.48
0.2569
89.77
2455087.704
2013
17/12/15
transit
KOI-351 is the first seven planet system discovered by Kepler. It is somewhat similar to our own Solar System, but much more compact. Two independent groups have found the transits in the Kepler data, one of them being citizen scientists (PlanetHunters.org).
1
Kepler-90 e
KOI-351 e
KOI-351.04
KIC 11442793 e
2MASS J18574403+4918185 e
Confirmed planets

91.93913
0.42
0.2373
89.79
2454967.3127
2013
17/12/15
transit
KOI-351 is the first seven planet system discovered by Kepler. It is somewhat similar to our own Solar System, but much more compact. Two independent groups have found the transits in the Kepler data, one of them being citizen scientists (PlanetHunters.org).
1
Kepler-90 d
KOI-351 d
KOI-351.03
KIC 11442793 d
2MASS J18574403+4918185 d
Confirmed planets

59.73667
0.32
0.2560
89.71
2454991.9656
2013
17/12/15
transit
KOI-351 is the first seven planet system discovered by Kepler. It is somewhat similar to our own Solar System, but much more compact. Two independent groups have found the transits in the Kepler data, one of them being citizen scientists (PlanetHunters.org).
1
Kepler-90 c
KOI-351 c
KOI-351.05
KIC 11442793 c
2MASS J18574403+4918185 c
Confirmed planets

8.719375
0.089
0.1062
89.68
2454972.5687
2013
17/12/15
transit
KOI-351 is the first seven planet system discovered by Kepler. It is somewhat similar to our own Solar System, but much more compact. Two independent groups have found the transits in the Kepler data, one of them being citizen scientists (PlanetHunters.org).
1
Kepler-90 b
KOI-351 b
KOI-351.06
KIC 11442793 b
2MASS J18574403+4918185 b
Confirmed planets

7.008151
0.074
0.1169
89.4
2454970.6906
2013
17/12/15
transit
KOI-351 is the first seven planet system discovered by Kepler. It is somewhat similar to our own Solar System, but much more compact. Two independent groups have found the transits in the Kepler data, one of them being citizen scientists (PlanetHunters.org).
1
Kepler-90 i
KOI-351 i
KIC 11442793 i
2MASS J18574403+4918185 i
Confirmed planets

14.44912
89.2
2455644.3488
0.1178
transit
2017
The planet Kepler-90 i was identified using machine learning. At the time of discovery, Kepler-90 was the extrasolar planetary system with the largest number of known planets.
17/12/15
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