Planet Kepler-138 d

Name Kepler-138 d
Planet Status Confirmed
Discovered in 2014
Mass 0.00201 ( -0.00122 +0.00212 ) MJ
Mass*sin(i) 0.00318 ( -0.00107 +0.00132 ) MJ
Semi-Major Axis
Orbital Period 23.0881 ( -0.0008 +0.0009 ) day
Eccentricity 0.024 ( -0.016 +0.03 )
ω 170.0 ( -120.0 +130.0 ) deg
Tperi
Radius 0.108 ( -0.007 +0.007 ) RJ
Inclination
Update 2021-02-05
Detection Method Primary Transit
Mass Detection Method TTV
Radius Detection Method
Primary transit
Secondary transit
λ
Impact Parameter b
Time Vr=0
Velocity Semiamplitude K
Calculated temperature 431.0 K
Measured temperature
Hottest point longitude
Geometric albedo
Surface gravity log(g/gH)
Alternate Names KOI-314.02, K000314.02, KOI-314 c, KOI-314d, 2MASS J19213157+4317347 d, K00314.02, KIC 7603200 d, KOI-314 d, WISE J192131.55+431734.9 d

Star

Kepler-138
Name Kepler-138
Distance 66.99 ( -0.11 +0.11 ) pc
Spectral type M1 V
Apparent magnitude V
Mass 0.52 ( -0.06 +0.06 ) MSun
Age
Effective temperature 3841.0 ( -49.0 +49.0 ) K
Radius 0.44 ( -0.02 +0.02 ) RSun
Metallicity [Fe/H] -0.28 ( -0.099 +0.099 )
Detected Disc
Magnetic Field
RA2000 19:21:31.6
Dec2000 +43:17:35
Alternate Names KOI-314, 2MASS J19213157+4317347, KIC 7603200, WISE J192131.55+431734.9
Planetary system
3 planets

More data

Observability Predictor

Remarks

The planets of the Kepler-138 system have received different KOI names when they were confirmed: As Kepler candidates, the names are K000314.01 (or KOI-314.01), K000134.02 (or KOI-314.02) and K000314.03 (or KOI-314.03). Kipping et al. (2014) and Rowe et al. (2014) simultaneously gave different names to the two exterior planets: Kipping et al. confirm and name KOI-314.01 as KOI-314 b et KOI-314.02 as KOI-314 c and do not confirm the reality of KOI-134.03. Rowe et al. confirm statistically the 3 planets and name KOI-134.03 as KOI-134b, KOI-134.01 as KOI-134c and KOI-134.02 as KOI-134d. The Kepler team names K000314.01 as Kepler-138 c, K000314.02 as Kepler-138 d and K000314.03 as Kepler-138 b

Related publications

Caught in the Act: Core-powered Mass-loss Predictions for Observing Atmospheric Escape
2021 GUPTA A. & SCHLICHTING H.
MNRAS, submitted
arxiv

Absolute densities in exoplanetary systems: photodynamical modelling of Kepler-138
2018 ALMENARA J., DIAZ R., DORN C., BONFILS X. & UDRY S.
MNRAS, accepted
arxiv   article  

The Gold Standard: Accurate Stellar and Planetary Parameters for Eight Kepler M dwarf Systems Enabled by Parallaxes
2017 MANN A., DUPUY T., MUIRHEAD Ph., JOHNSON M., LIU M. et al.
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Chemical Abundances of M-dwarfs from the APOGEE Survey. I. The Exoplanet Hosting Stars Kepler-138 and Kepler-186
2016 SOUTO D., CUNHA K., GARCIA-HERNANDEZ D., ZAMORA O., ALLIENDE PRIETO C. et al.
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Comparative Habitability of Transiting Exoplanets
2015 BARNES R., MEADOWS V. & EVANS N.
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The mass of the Mars-sized exoplanet Kepler-138 b from transit timing
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2014 KIPPING D., NESVORNY D., BUCHHAVE L., HARTMAN J., BAKOS G. & SCHMITT A.
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paper  arxiv 

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