Kepler-167
KOI-490
KIC 3239945
19 30 38.0262
+38 20 43.4366
330
12.446
11.974
11.832
Kepler-167
KOI-490
KIC 3239945
2MASS J19303802+3820434
Gaia DR2 2051933102555095936
4890
0.726
0.770
-0.03
3.3
K3-4
Kepler-167 b
KOI-490 b
KOI-490.01
KIC 3239945 b
KIC 3239945.01
Gaia DR2 2051933102555095936 b
0.14408
4.3931632
2455831.78317
0
89.33
0.0483
Confirmed planets

Kepler-167 b has been discovered by the Kepler spacecraft and was originally classified as a planet candidate. A new statistical analysis led by a team at NASA Ames Research Center has validated the planet with more than 99 percent confidence. Although many parameters of Kepler-167 b are still unknown, the object is highly unlikely to be a false positive. The probability that Kepler-167 b is a rocky planet is estimated to be 12.4%.
2014
17/11/28
transit
1
Kepler-167 c
KOI-490 c
KOI-490.03
KIC 3239945 c
KIC 3239945.03
Gaia DR2 2051933102555095936 c
0.12485
7.406114
2455552.15774
0
89.30
0.0684
Confirmed planets

Kepler-167 c has been discovered by the Kepler spacecraft and was originally classified as a planet candidate. A new statistical analysis led by a team at NASA Ames Research Center has validated the planet with more than 99 percent confidence. Although many parameters of Kepler-167 c are still unknown, the object is highly unlikely to be a false positive. The probability that Kepler-167 c is a rocky planet is estimated to be 15.9%.
2014
17/11/28
transit
1
Kepler-167 d
KOI-490 d
KOI-490.04
KIC 3239945 d
KIC 3239945.04
Gaia DR2 2051933102555095936 d
21.803855
2455669.7934
89.352
0.10652
0.1405
Kepler-167 d is the smallest known planet orbiting Kepler-167 and the third in order of distance. The probability that this is a rocky planet is estimated as 60.2%. The planet is too close to its star to be habitable.
Confirmed planets

2016
17/11/28
transit
1
Kepler-167 e
KOI-490 e
KOI-490.02
KIC 3239945 e
KIC 3239945.02
Gaia DR2 2051933102555095936 e
1071.23228
2455253.28699
0.062
200
89.9760
0.90552
1.890
Confirmed planets

Kepler-167 e is the first discovery of a transiting Jupiter analogue. The planet is in a circular orbit at a distance of 1.890 AU from its host star, which is cooler and less luminous than the Sun. It receives an amount of radiation equivalent to that received by a planet 3.64 AU from the Sun. The mass has not yet been determined and the flat curve of the mass-radius relationship around the radius of Kepler-167 e allows for a wide range of possible masses, from 0.3 to 50 times that of Jupiter.
2016
17/11/28
transit
1
Cygnus