Known transiters:

CoRoT-1 b

CoRoT-10 b

CoRoT-11 b

CoRoT-12 b

CoRoT-13 b

CoRoT-17 b

CoRoT-18 b

CoRoT-19 b

CoRoT-2 b

CoRoT-20 b

CoRoT-3 b

CoRoT-4 b

CoRoT-5 b

CoRoT-6 b

CoRoT-8 b

CoRoT-9 b

EPIC 218916923 b

EPIC 228735255 b

EPIC-203771098 b

EPIC-203771098 c

EPIC-210957318 b

EPIC-211089792 b

EPIC-212110888 b

GJ1214 b

GJ3470 b

GJ436 b

HAT-P-1 b

HAT-P-10/WASP-11 b

HAT-P-11 b

HAT-P-12 b

HAT-P-13 b

HAT-P-14 b

HAT-P-15 b

HAT-P-16 b

HAT-P-17 b

HAT-P-18 b

HAT-P-19 b

HAT-P-2 b

HAT-P-20 b

HAT-P-21 b

HAT-P-22 b

HAT-P-23 b

HAT-P-24 b

HAT-P-25 b

HAT-P-26 b

HAT-P-27/WASP-40 b

HAT-P-28 b

HAT-P-29 b

HAT-P-3 b

HAT-P-30/WASP-51 b

HAT-P-31 b

HAT-P-32 b

HAT-P-33 b

HAT-P-34 b

HAT-P-35 b

HAT-P-36 b

HAT-P-37 b

HAT-P-38 b

HAT-P-39 b

HAT-P-4 b

HAT-P-40 b

HAT-P-41 b

HAT-P-42 b

HAT-P-43 b

HAT-P-44 b

HAT-P-45 b

HAT-P-46 b

HAT-P-49 b

HAT-P-5 b

HAT-P-50 b

HAT-P-51 b

HAT-P-52 b

HAT-P-53 b

HAT-P-54 b

HAT-P-55 b

HAT-P-56 b

HAT-P-57 b

HAT-P-6 b

HAT-P-65 b

HAT-P-66 b

HAT-P-67 b

HAT-P-7 b

HAT-P-8 b

HAT-P-9 b

HATS-1 b

HATS-11 b

HATS-12 b

HATS-18 b

HATS-19 b

HATS-20 b

HATS-21 b

HATS-22 b

HATS-23 b

HATS-24 b

HATS-25 b

HATS-26 b

HATS-27 b

HATS-28 b

HATS-29 b

HATS-30 b

HATS-31 b

HATS-32 b

HATS-33 b

HATS-34 b

HATS-35 b

HATS-36 b

HATS-43 b

HATS-44 b

HATS-45 b

HATS-46 b

HATS-5 b

HATS-6 b

HATS-P-7 b

HD149026 b

HD17156 b

HD189733 b

HD209458 b

HD80606 b

HD97658 b

KELT-1 b

KELT-10 b

KELT-11 b

KELT-15 b

KELT-16 b

KELT-17 b

KELT-2A b

KELT-3 b

KELT-4A b

KELT-6 b

KELT-7 b

KELT-8 b

Kepler-10 c

Kepler-11 c

Kepler-11 d

Kepler-11 e

Kepler-11 f

Kepler-11 g

Kepler-12 b

Kepler-14 b

Kepler-15 b

Kepler-16A b

Kepler-16B b

Kepler-17 b

Kepler-18 d

Kepler-18 c

Kepler-19 b

Kepler-20 d

Kepler-20 c

Kepler-4 b

Kepler-448 b

Kepler-5 b

Kepler-6 b

Kepler-7 b

Kepler-8 b

Kepler-9 b

Kepler-9 c

KOI 0135 b

KOI 0196 b

KOI 0204 b

KOI 0428 b

LUPUS-TR3 b

OGLE-TR-10 b

OGLE-TR-111 b

OGLE-TR-113 b

OGLE-TR-132 b

OGLE-TR-182 b

OGLE-TR-211 b

OGLE-TR-56 b

OGLE-TR-L9 b

Qatar-1 b

Qatar-2 b

Qatar-3 b

Qatar-4 b

Qatar-5 b

TrES-1 b

TrES-2 b

TrES-3 b

TrES-4 b

TrES-5 b

WASP-1 b

WASP-10 b

WASP-100 b

WASP-101 b

WASP-102 b

WASP-103 b

WASP-104 b

WASP-105 b

WASP-106 b

WASP-107 b

WASP-108 b

WASP-109 b

WASP-110 b

WASP-111 b

WASP-112 b

WASP-113 b

WASP-114 b

WASP-117 b

WASP-118 b

WASP-119 b

WASP-12 b

WASP-120 b

WASP-121 b

WASP-122 b

WASP-123 b

WASP-124 b

WASP-126 b

WASP-127 b

WASP-129 b

WASP-13 b

WASP-130 b

WASP-131 b

WASP-132 b

WASP-133 b

WASP-136 b

WASP-138 b

WASP-139 b

WASP-14 b

WASP-140 b

WASP-141 b

WASP-142 b

WASP-15 b

WASP-157 b

WASP-16 b

WASP-167 b

WASP-17 b

WASP-18 b

WASP-19 b

WASP-2 b

WASP-20 b

WASP-21 b

WASP-22 b

WASP-23 b

WASP-24 b

WASP-25 b

WASP-26 b

WASP-28 b

WASP-29 b

WASP-3 b

WASP-31 b

WASP-32 b

WASP-33 b

WASP-34 b

WASP-35 b

WASP-36 b

WASP-37 b

WASP-38 b

WASP-39 b

WASP-4 b

WASP-41 b

WASP-42 b

WASP-43 b

WASP-44 b

WASP-45 b

WASP-46 b

WASP-47 b

WASP-48 b

WASP-49 b

WASP-5 b

WASP-50 b

WASP-52 b

WASP-54 b

WASP-55 b

WASP-56 b

WASP-57 b

WASP-58 b

WASP-59 b

WASP-6 b

WASP-60 b

WASP-61 b

WASP-62 b

WASP-63 b

WASP-64 b

WASP-65 b

WASP-66 b

WASP-67 b

WASP-68 b

WASP-69 b

WASP-7 b

WASP-70A b

WASP-71 b

WASP-72 b

WASP-73 b

WASP-74 b

WASP-75 b

WASP-76 b

WASP-77 b

WASP-78 b

WASP-79 b

WASP-8 b

WASP-80 b

WASP-82 b

WASP-83 b

WASP-84 b

WASP-85A b

WASP-86/Kelt-12 b

WASP-87 b

WASP-88 b

WASP-89 b

WASP-90 b

WASP-91 b

WASP-92 b

WASP-93 b

WASP-94A b

WASP-95 b

WASP-96 b

WASP-97 b

WASP-98 b

WASP-99 b

WD 1145+017 b

XO-1 b

XO-2 b

XO-3 b

XO-4 b

XO-5 b

XO-6 b


 

 

 

 

ETD - Exoplanet Transit Database


Observers community | How to contribute to ETD | Model-fit your data | Transit predictions |
KEPLER Transit predictions | KEPLER Candidates


KEPLER is a spacecraft operated by NASA. For more information see the official website: kepler.nasa.gov

IMPORTANT NOTE: The list bellow contains 1200 KEPLER candidates issued in February 2011. Already published planets and candidates catched only once in transit were excluded. All values were obtained from paper "Characteristics of planetary candidates observed by Kepler, II: Analysis of the first four months of data" by William J. Borucki and the KEPLER team.

NEW: All mentioned KEPLER candidates can be now processed in the data fitting routine and submitted to the TRESCA database of transit observations.

LIST OF KEPLER CANDIDATE OBJECTS: http://var2.astro.cz/ETD/KEPLERCandidates.php

Your ELONGITUDE (in deg): 0 - 360
Your LATITUDE (in deg): 90 - 0 - -90

Type elongitude and latitude (in degrees) of your observing place.


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Current statistics:
(23. 10. 2017)
 
# of objects: 315
# of transits: 6730

DQ# of transits
11516
21088
32605
4800
5712