Kepler-220
KOI-719
KIC 9950612
19 26 01.4892
+46 53 44.7805
208.38
11.206
10.672
10.550
Kepler-220
KOI-719
KIC 9950612
2MASS J19260149+4653448
Gaia DR2 2129084935820532608
4632
0.666
0.7170
Kepler-220 c
KOI-719 c
KOI-719.01
KIC 9950612 c
KIC 9950612.01
Gaia DR2 2129084935820532608 c
0.14307
9.034199
2455004.0142500
Confirmed planets

Kepler-220 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-220 c are still unknown, the object is highly unlikely to be a false positive.
2014
14/02/26
transit
1
Kepler-220 d
KOI-719 d
KOI-719.02
KIC 9950612 d
KIC 9950612.02
Gaia DR2 2129084935820532608 d
0.08931
28.122397
2454979.9188300
Confirmed planets

Kepler-220 d 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-220 d are still unknown, the object is highly unlikely to be a false positive.
2014
14/02/26
transit
1
Kepler-220 e
KOI-719 e
KOI-719.03
KIC 9950612 e
KIC 9950612.03
Gaia DR2 2129084935820532608 e
0.12120
45.902733
2454999.5625100
Confirmed planets

Kepler-220 e 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-220 e are still unknown, the object is highly unlikely to be a false positive.
2014
14/02/26
transit
1
Kepler-220 b
KOI-719 b
KOI-719.04
KIC 9950612 b
KIC 9950612.04
Gaia DR2 2129084935820532608 b
0.07382
4.159807
2454966.7864600
Confirmed planets

Kepler-220 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-220 b are still unknown, the object is highly unlikely to be a false positive.
2014
14/02/26
transit
1
Cygnus