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Kepler-5b
Discovered by: Koch et al. 2010
The Star
Simbad
GAIA
2MASS
Kepler-5
DR2 2079018300195390464
J19573768+4402061
RA 19:57:37.6884 DEC +44:02:06.189
Parallax
1.083 mas
P.M. RA
-0.202 mas/y
P.M. DEC
-3.238 mas/y
MagV*
13.384
MagR*
12.996
MagI*
12.623
MagJ
12.115
MagH
11.863
MagK
11.769
MagG
13.226
MagGBP
13.584
MagGRP
12.702
* calculated from GAIA magnitudes

Ephemeris - Not verified False
Holczer et al. 2016
Mid-time
2454955.90235 ± 4e-05 BJDTDB
Period
3.5484655 ± 5e-08 days

Transit Parameters
Esteves et al. 2015
Rp/Rs
0.07996 ± 9e-05
a/Rs
6.45 +0.021 -0.025
i
89.1 +0.4 -0.3 deg
e
-
ω
- deg
DepthR*
8.42 mmag
Duration*
4.54 hours
* calculated from the other parameters, using PyLightcurve

Limb Darkening Parameters
Koch et al. 2010
Teff
6297.0 +60.0 -60.0 K
Log(g)
4.07 +0.02 -0.02 cm/s2
Fe/H
0.04 +0.06 -0.06 dex
ExoClock Status
Observing Priority
Total Observations (Recent)
O-C minutes
Total Literature Mid-times
ALERT
2 (1)
12.8±3.1
0
Kepler-5b


ExoClock Observations
Observation
Date
Observer
Observatory
Telescope
Camera / Filter / Exp [s]
O-C
minutes
2021-08-03 Martin Crow
Burnham Observatory
Celestron C9.25
SX694 mono / R / 180.0
8.1 ± 7.2
2020-07-30 Manfred Raetz
privat observatory Herges-Hallenberg
SCT 280 /1790 (Celestron C11 with reducer)
Moravian Instruments G2-1600 / Clear / 120.0
13.9 ± 3.5
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