Kepler-223
KOI-730
KIC 10227020
19 53 16.4203
+47 16 46.3080
1366.95
15
15.78
14.10
13.73
13.63
Kepler-223
KOI-730
KIC 10227020
2MASS J19531640+4716461
Gaia DR2 2086337508581280256
5829
1.017
0.9500
Kepler-223 d
KOI-730 d
KOI-730.01
KIC 10227020 d
KIC 10227020.01
Gaia DR2 2086337508581280256 d
0.27157
14.788759
2455009.7637900
Confirmed planets

Kepler-223 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-223 d are still unknown, the object is highly unlikely to be a false positive.
2014
14/02/26
transit
1
Kepler-223 c
KOI-730 c
KOI-730.02
KIC 10227020 c
KIC 10227020.02
Gaia DR2 2086337508581280256 c
0.18226
9.848183
2454971.3874800
Confirmed planets

Kepler-223 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-223 c are still unknown, the object is highly unlikely to be a false positive.
2014
14/02/26
transit
1
Kepler-223 e
KOI-730 e
KOI-730.03
KIC 10227020 e
KIC 10227020.03
Gaia DR2 2086337508581280256 e
0.21871
19.721734
2454968.1036900
Confirmed planets

Kepler-223 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-223 e are still unknown, the object is highly unlikely to be a false positive.
2014
14/02/26
transit
1
Kepler-223 b
KOI-730 b
KOI-730.04
KIC 10227020 b
KIC 10227020.04
Gaia DR2 2086337508581280256 b
0.15401
7.384108
2454970.4863200
Confirmed planets

Kepler-223 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-223 b are still unknown, the object is highly unlikely to be a false positive.
2014
14/02/26
transit
1
Cygnus