Discovered September 2011
Kepler-16b
Kepler-16b
Discovered September 2011
Kepler-16b is a world where two suns set over the horizon instead of just one, the first Tatooine-like planet found in our galaxy.
Discovered January 2006
OGLE 2005-BLG-390L b
OGLE 2005-BLG-390L b
Discovered January 2006
OGLE 2005-BLG-390L is a cold super-Earth, nicknamed “Hoth,” with a surface locked in the deepest of deep freezes.
Discovered July 2015
Kepler-452 b
Kepler-452 b
Discovered July 2015
An "Earth-cousin" that orbits a star like our sun in the habitable zone, where liquid water could exist.
Discovered February 2012
Kepler-22 b
Kepler-22 b
Discovered February 2012
A possible ocean world orbiting in the habitable zone—the region around a star where the temperature is right for liquid water, a requirement for life on Earth.
Discovered October 2004
55 Cnc e
55 Cnc e
Discovered October 2004
A hot, rocky planet locked by gravity with one side always facing its star and one side permanently plunged in darkness. Wild swings in temperature hint at a surface that may be bubbling with rivers of lava.
Discovered April 2010
Kepler-7 b
Kepler-7 b
Discovered April 2010
A massive world called a hot Jupiter, Kepler-7b was the first exoplanet to have its clouds mapped.
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Habitable Zone