Planet Kepler-289 b

Name Kepler-289 b
Planet Status Confirmed
Discovered in 2014
Mass 0.023 ( -0.021 +0.021 ) MJ
Mass*sin(i) 0.023 ( -0.021 +0.021 ) MJ
Semi-Major Axis 0.21 (± 0.01) AU +
Orbital Period 34.545 (± 0.0005) day +
Eccentricity 0.024 (± 0.024)
ω 28.0 deg
Tperi
Radius 0.192 ( -0.009 +0.009 ) RJ +
Inclination 89.59 ( -0.48 +0.3 ) deg
Update 2016-02-12
Detection Method Primary Transit
Mass Detection Method Radial Velocity
Radius Detection Method Primary Transit
Primary transit 2454965.6404 (± 0.004) JD
Secondary transit
λ
Impact Parameter b 0.04 (± 0.68)
Time Vr=0
Velocity Semiamplitude K
Calculated temperature
Measured temperature
Hottest point longitude
Geometric albedo
Surface gravity log(g/gH)
Alternate Names PH3 b

Star

Kepler-289
Name Kepler-289
Distance 700.0 (± 14.0) pc
Spectral type
Apparent magnitude V 12.9
Mass 1.08 (± 0.02) MSun +
Age 0.65 (± 0.44) Gyr +
Effective temperature 5990.0 (± 38.0) K +
Radius 1.0 (± 0.02) RSun +
Metallicity [Fe/H] 0.05 (± 0.04) +
Detected Disc
Magnetic Field
RA2000 19:49:51.7
Dec2000 +42:52:58
Alternate Names PH3
Planetary system
3 planets

Related publications

Warm Jupiters are less lonely than hot Jupiters: close neighbours
2016 HUANG Ch., WU Y. & TRIAUD A.
ApJ, 825, 98
paper  arxiv  ADS  

Validation of Kepler's Multiple Planet Candidates. III: Light Curve Analysis & Announcement of Hundreds of New Multi-planet Systems
2014 ROWE J., BRYSON T., MARCY G., LISSAUER J., JONTOF-HUTTER D. et al.
ApJ, 784, 45
paper  arxiv  

Planet Hunters VII. Discovery of a New Low-Mass, Low-Density Planet (PH3 c) Orbiting Kepler-289 with Mass Measurements of Two Additional Planets (PH3 b and d)
2014 SCHMITT J., AGOL E., DECK K., ROGERS L., ZACHARY GAZAK J., et al.
ApJ, 795, 167
paper  arxiv  ADS