Kepler-108
KOI-119
KIC 9471974
19 38 14.139
+46 03 44.98
313.0
Kepler-108
KOI-119
KIC 9471974
2MASS J19381420+4603443
1.05
327.5
118.4
Kepler-108 A
KOI-119 A
KIC 9471974 A
12.087
11.640
1.26
1.45
Kepler-108 B
KOI-119 B
KIC 9471974 B
12.287
11.840
0.96
0.97
Kepler-108 b
Kepler-108 B b
KOI-119 b
KOI-119 B b
KOI-119.01
KIC 9471974 b
KIC 9471974 B b
KIC 9471974.01
0.585
49.18351
2455565.12168
90.59
0.13
0
-154
0.308
Confirmed planets

Planets in binary systems, S-type

Kepler-108 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-108 b are still unknown, the object is highly unlikely to be a false positive. The planets were determined to be in orbits with high mutual inclination, orbiting the fainter star of the Kepler-108 binary by Mills & Fabrycky (2016).
2014
17/11/27
transit
1
Kepler-108 c
Kepler-108 B c
KOI-119 c
KOI-119 B c
KOI-119.02
KIC 9471974 c
KIC 9471974 B c
KIC 9471974.02
0.513
190.339
2455716.657
90.416
0.14
30
-60
0.17
Confirmed planets

Planets in binary systems, S-type

Kepler-108 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-108 c are still unknown, the object is highly unlikely to be a false positive. The planets were determined to be in orbits with high mutual inclination, orbiting the fainter star of the Kepler-108 binary by Mills & Fabrycky (2016).
2014
17/11/27
transit
1