Exoplanet Kepler-444 A b

Exoplanet Kepler-444 A b orbits star Kepler-444 A that lies 119 light years away from the Sun. It has about 100px of Earth radius and orbits its star much closer than Earth orbits Sun.
Sun distance: 118.9785 light years.
(Position of this star is derived from Gaia mission data.)
Exoplanet parameters
icon radiusSize: 0.4 R Earth
icon distanceDistance from the star: 0.04178 AU
icon timeOrbit around star: 3.600010 days
icon discoveryYear of discovery: 2015
Other designations of this exoplanet
BD+41°3306 b, WDS J19190+4138 b, KOI-3158 b, KIC 6278762 b, 2MASS J19190052+4138043 b, Gaia DR2 2101486923385239808 b, HIP 94931 b, LHS 3450 b, TYC 3129-00329-1 b, 2MASS J19190052+4138043 b, Gaia DR2 2101486923382009472 b
Exoplanets around star Kepler-444 A
Exoplanet Kepler-444 A b orbits star Class orange star Kepler-444 A, which has lower mass than Sun. It is one of 5 known exoplanets orbiting this star.
Kepler-444 A b
| 0.04 AU
Kepler-444 A c
| 0.05 AU
Kepler-444 A d
| 0.06 AU
Kepler-444 A e
| 0.07 AU
Kepler-444 A f
| 0.08 AU
Star Kepler-444