Imaginary Picture of Kepler-372 b
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Exoplanet Name : Kepler-372 b
Alternate Name :
Radius (Rjup / Re): 0.1210 (Rjup) 1.3563 (Rearth)
Mass (Mjup / Me): 0.0093 (Mjup) 2.9437 (Mearth)
Semi Major Axis / Orbital Distance Calculated 0.0750 (AU) 0.0750 (AU Est.)
Eccentricity : 0.0000
Orbital Period(Yrs) 0.0188
Orbital Period(Observed/Estimated) 6.85 (Days Obs.) 7.00 (Days Est.)
Star Radiation at Atmospheric Boundary: 508568.0 (W/m2)
Measured Temperature (K) 0.0 (K)
Blackbody T 0.1(K) 1191.9 (K)
Blackbody T 0.3(K) 1119.3 (K)
Blackbody T 0.7(K) 905.6 (K)
Tidally Locked Blackbody T 0.1(K) 1417.4 (K)
Tidally Locked Blackbody T 0.3(K) 1331.1 (K)
Size Class: super-Earth-size
Mass Class:
Detection Type : Primary Transit
Mass Detection :
Radius Detection :
Habitability by Solar Eq. Astronomical Unit: Not habitable
Habitability by Kopparapu: Not habitable
Star Name : Kepler-372
Alternate Name :
Star Distance(LY) : 0.0
Stellar Radius(Rsun) : 1.1 (Rsun Measured)
Stellar Mass(Msun) : 1.1 (Msun Measured) 1.2 (Msun Estimated)
Star Age : 0.0 (GY)
Temperature : 6509 (K)
Spectral type : F6
Metalicity : -0.1
Absolute Magnitude: 25.0
Apparent Magnitude: 13.9
Right Ascension(RA) 291.2562
Declination (DEC) 49.2590
Hubble Space Telescope Guide Star Catalog (GSC) ID 0
Discovered by
Discovery Paper - Authors 0
Discovery Paper - Title
Discovery Paper - Journal 0
Discovery Paper - URL 0
SIMBAD LINK http://simbad.u-strasbg.fr/simbad/sim-basic?Ident=Kepler-372+&submit=SIMBAD+search
Open Exoplanet Database Link http://www.openexoplanetcatalogue.com/planet/Kepler-372%20b/
Kepler-372 b
Kepler-372 b

  • Kepler-372 b is an exoplanet orbiting the star Kepler-372. Its discovery was publicly announced on 2014.
  • The host star Kepler-372 has apparent magnitude of 13.9, with absolute magnitude of 25.0.
  • It is 1.1 times more massive and 1.1 times bigger compared with our Sun. The surface temperature is 6509 with its spectral types of F6
  • In this planetary system, the extrasolar planet Kepler-372 b orbits around the star Kepler-372 every 6.8 days with its orbital distance of 0.07 AU ( 11219840.3 km)
  • (Projected orbit of Kepler-372 b around its host star Kepler-372)


  • The Star Kepler-372 's habitable zone is located at the following distance
  • Inner Boundary (the orbital distance at Venus's Equivalent Radiation ) : 1.046 AU ( 156527809.2 km)
  • Earth Boundary (the orbital distance at Earth's Equivalent Radiation) : 1.446 AU ( 216362338.0 km)
  • Outer Boundary (the orbital distance at Mars's Equivalent Radiation) : 2.204 AU ( 329688322.2 km)
  • Snow Line (the orbital distance at Snow Line Equivalent Radiation) : 3.243 AU ( 485150808.8 km)
  • Radiation at Planetary Boundary of Kepler-372 b : 508568.05 W/m2

    (Habitable zone calculated based on SEAU(Solar Equivalent Astronomical Unit) around the star Kepler-372)



  • Kopparapu Recent Venus for Star Kepler-372 distance : 1.038 AU
  • Kopparapu Runaway Greenhouse for Earth-sized planet for Star Kepler-372 distance : 1.314 AU
  • Kopparapu Runaway Greenhouse for Super-Earth-sized planet for Star Kepler-372 distance : 1.269 AU
  • Kopparapu Runaway Greenhouse for Mars-sized planet for Star Kepler-372 distance : 1.391 AU
  • Kopparapu Outer Boundary for Maximum Greenhouse for Star Kepler-372 distance : 2.286 AU
  • Kopparapu Outer Boundary for Early Mars for Star Kepler-372 distance : 2.411 AU

    (Habitable zone calculated based on Kopparapu et al.(2013) around the star Kepler-372)



  • Original Kopparapu Recent Venus for Star Kepler-372 distance : 1.056 AU
  • Original Kopparapu Runaway Greenhouse for Star Kepler-372 distance : 1.347 AU
  • Original Kopparapu Moist Greenhouse for Star Kepler-372 distance : 1.397 AU
  • Original Kopparapu Outer Boundary for Maximum Greenhouse for Star Kepler-372 distance : 2.328 AU
  • Original Kopparapu Outer Boundary for Early Mars for Star Kepler-372 distance : 2.420 AU

    (Habitable zone calculated based on Kopparapu et al.(Original) around the star Kepler-372)



    (Position in Stellar Map of star Kepler-372 and its Exoplanet Kepler-372 b)



    (Zoomed position in Stellar Map of star Kepler-372 and its Exoplanet Kepler-372 b (zoom level 3))