Kepler-37

Star type: G-type main-sequence (similar to Sol)
Alternate names: KOI-245, KIC-8478994, TYC 3131-1199-1
Constellation: Lyra
Right ascension: 18h 56m 14.28s
Declination: 44° 31′ 5.52″
Distance: 215 light years (66 parsecs)
Planets:

  • Kepler–37 b – sub-Earth type (mass smaller than Earth, likely a rocky planet)
    • Mass: ~0.01 Earth Mass
    • Orbital Period: 13.3673 Earth days (0.037 Earth years)
  • Kepler–37 c – sub-Earth type (mass smaller than Earth, likely a rocky planet)
    • Mass: ~0.01 Earth Mass
    • Orbital Period: 21.3019 Earth days (0.058 Earth years)
  • Kepler–37 d – sub-Earth type (mass smaller than Earth, likely a rocky planet)
    • Mass: ~0.01 Earth Mass
    • Orbital Period: 39.7922 Earth days (0.109 Earth years)
  • Kepler–37 e – sub-Earth type (mass smaller than Earth, likely a rocky planet)
    • Mass: ~0.01 Earth Mass
    • Orbital Period: 51.196 Earth days (0.1403 Earth years)

Broadcast Manual prepared by: MG & DM
Broadcast date(s):

  • Broadcast test: Kepler–37
    January 27, 2017, Muchmore’s (40.716735, -73.952915)
    Broadcast engineered by MG & DM (benjolin) with Nicole Antebi