Planet Kepler-449 c

Name Kepler-449 c
Planet Status Confirmed
Discovered in 2015
Mass
Mass*sin(i)
Semi-Major Axis
Orbital Period 33.6727 (± 0.001) day
Eccentricity 0.05 ( -0.05 +0.24 )
ω
Tperi
Radius 0.2466 ( -0.0077 +0.0077 ) RJ
Inclination
Update 2016-01-12
Detection Method Primary Transit
Mass Detection Method
Radius Detection Method
Primary transit
Secondary transit
λ
Impact Parameter b
Time Vr=0
Velocity Semiamplitude K
Calculated temperature
Measured temperature
Hottest point longitude
Geometric albedo
Surface gravity log(g/gH)
Alternate Names

Star

Kepler-449
Name Kepler-449
Distance
Spectral type
Apparent magnitude V 11.411
Mass 0.969 (± 0.053) MSun
Age
Effective temperature 5552.0 K
Radius 1.467 (± 0.033) RSun
Metallicity [Fe/H]
Detected Disc
Magnetic Field
RA2000 19:34:55.9
Dec2000 +41:54:03
Alternate Names KOI-270, KIC 6528464
Planetary system
2 planets

Remarks

Has a stellar companion separated by 0.05 arcsec with similar characteristics (Adams et al. 2012). Van Eylen & Albrecht (2015) can attribute the orbiting planets to one or the other star, without changing significantly their properties.

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Related publications

Eccentricity from transit photometry: small planets in Kepler multi-planet systems have low eccentricities
2015 VAN EYLEN V. & ALBRECHT S.
ApJ, 808, 126
paper   arxiv   ADS  

Fundamental Properties of Kepler Planet-Candidate Host Stars using Asteroseismology
2013 HUBER D., CHAPLIN W., CHRISTENSEN-DALSGAARD J., GILLILAND R., KJELDSON H. & 29 additional authors
ApJ, 727, 127
paper   arxiv   ADS  

Planetary Candidates Observed by Kepler, III: Analysis of the First 16 Months of Data
2013 BATALHA N., ROWE J., BRYSON S., BARCLAY Th., BURKE Ch. & 67 additional authors
ApJ. Suppl., 204, 24
paper   arxiv   ADS  

Adaptive Optics Images of Kepler Objects of Interest
2012 ADAMS E., CIARDI D., DUPREE A., GAUTIER T., KULES C. & McCARTHY D.
Astron. J., 144, 42
paper   arxiv   ADS