Planet Kepler-1625 b I

Name Kepler-1625 b I
Planet Status Controversial
Discovered in 2017
Mass 0.06 MJ +
Mass*sin(i)
Semi-Major Axis 0.98 AU
Orbital Period 287.4 day
Eccentricity
ω
Tperi
Radius 0.437 ( -0.0642 +0.0705 ) RJ +
Inclination
Update 2019-07-15
Detection Method Primary Transit
Mass Detection Method Theoretical
Radius Detection Method Primary Transit
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-1625
Name Kepler-1625
Distance 2460.0 (± 200.0) pc
Spectral type
Apparent magnitude V
Mass 0.96 ( -0.06 +0.06 ) MSun
Age
Effective temperature 5677.0 ( -162.14 +107.4 ) K
Radius 1.793 ( -0.488 +0.263 ) RSun
Metallicity [Fe/H] 0.01 ( -0.189 +0.134 )
Detected Disc
Magnetic Field
RA2000 19:41:43.0
Dec2000 +39:53:12
Alternate Names
Planetary system 1 planet

More data

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Remarks

1 May 2019: The moon Kepler-1625 b I is challenged by Kreidberg et al. (2019).
02 Oct 2018: The exo-moon Kepler-1625 b I is confirmed (Teachey & Kipping). The moon orbits the planet at about 40 RPl (Teachey & Kipping 2018).
09 Aug 2017: Kepler-1625 b I forms with Kepler-1625 b a binary planetary-mass candidate. HST observations are planed for October 29 2017 to confirm/reject it.

Related publications

Exploring formation scenarios for the exomoon candidate Kepler 1625b I
2020 MORAES R. & VIERA NETO E.
MNRAS, 495, 3763
paper

Loose Ends for the Exomoon Candidate Host Kepler-1625b
2020 TEACHEY A., KIPPING D., BURKE Ch., ANGUS R. & HOWARD A.
Astron. J., 159, 142
paper  arxiv  

Exploring formation scenarios for the exomoon candidate Kepler 1625b I
2020 MORAES R. & NETO E.
MNRAS, accepted
arxiv

Orbital Stability of Exomoons and Submoons with Applications to Kepler 1625b-I
2020 ROSARIO-FRANCO M., QUARLES B., MUSIELAK Z. & CUNTZ M.
Astron. J., 159, 260
paper   arxiv

Exomoon indicators in high-precision transit light curves
2020 RODENBECK K., HELLER R. & GIZON L.
Astron. & Astrophys., 638, A43
paper   arxiv  

Transits of Inclined Exomoons - Hide and Seek and an Application to Kepler-1625
2019 MARTIN D., FABRYCKY D. & MONTET B.
ApJ, 875, L25
paper   arxiv  

An alternative interpretation of the exomoon candidate signal in the combined Kepler and Hubble data of Kepler-1625
2019 HELLER R., RODENBECK K. & BRUNO G. An alternative interpretation of the exomoon candidate signal in the combined Kepler and Hubble data of Kepler-1625
Astron. & Astrophys., 624, A95
paper  arxiv  

No Evidence for Lunar Transit in New Analysis of HST Observations of the Kepler-1625 System
2019 KREIDBERG L., LUGER R. & BEDELL M.
ApJ. Letters, 877, L15
paper  arxiv  

The habitable zone for Earthlike exomoons orbiting Kepler-1625b
2019 FORGAN D.
Int. J. Astrobiol., in press
paper  arxiv  

Catching a planet: A tidal capture origin for the exomoon candidate Kepler 1625b I
2018 HAMERS A. PORTEGIES ZWART S.
ApJ. Letters, 869, L27
paper  arxiv  

Evidence for a large exomoon orbiting Kepler-1625b
2018 TEACHEY A. & KIPPING D.
Science Adv., 4, eaav1784
paper arxiv  

Can Moons Have Moons?
2018 KOLLMEIER J & RAYMOND S.
MNRAS, 483, L80
arxiv  

HEK VI: On the Dearth of Galilean Analogs in Kepler and the Exomoon Candidate Kepler-1625b I
2017 TEACHEY A., KIPPING D. & SCHMITT A.
Astron. J., 155, 36
paper  arxiv   ADS  

On the detection of satellites of extrasolar planets with the method of transits.
1999 SARTORETTI P. & SCHNEIDER J.
Astron. & Astrophys. Suppl., 134, 553
paper