Kepler-51 b – a Neptune-like Exoplanet

Kepler-51 b – a Neptune-like Exoplanet

Kepler-51 b is an exoplanet that resembles Neptune and orbits an F-type star. It has a mass of 2.1 Earths, takes 45.2 days to complete one circle around its star, and is 0.2514 AU away from it. It has the shortest orbital period of any planet in its solar system, at 45 earth days around Kepler-51. After Rheaao-cisco, it is the second-brightest natural object in the night sky, with an apparent magnitude of -5 – bright enough to throw shadows at night and often visible to the naked eye in broad daylight. It was discovered in 2012 and was announced.

Kepler-51 b is an exoplanet that orbits the star Kepler-51, which is 2555.8 light-years (783.6 pc) from our Solar System. Its discovery was made public in 2012. Kepler-51 has an apparent magnitude of 15.0 and an absolute magnitude of 5.5. It is 1.0 times more massive and 0.8 times larger than our Sun. The surface temperature is 5674 degrees Celsius, and the spectral type is G0.

Kepler-51 b is an extrasolar planet (exoplanet) that circles the star Kepler 51 in the constellation Cygnus. An exoplanet is a planet that circles a star other than the Sun. Kepler-51 is a 500-million-year-old G-type star located 2,615 light-years distant in the constellation Cygnus. According to new Hubble Space Telescope studies, Kepler-51 is home to three of the lowest density exoplanets known to date. With densities less than 0.1 g/cm3, these planets have atmospheric scale heights ten times that of a normal hot Jupiter exoplanet.

The extrasolar planet Kepler-51 b orbits the star Kepler-51 every 45.2 days at an orbital distance of 0.25 AU in this planetary system. The mass and radius are calculated in relation to Jupiter. 0.007 Jupiters indicates it has 0.007 times Jupiter’s mass and is equal for Mass. Its radius has been calculated to be 6.95 times that of the Earth. All of the figures have a version that I have not posted here yet; if you require them, you can find them at the source site.

The planet’s orbital period, or year, is 45.154 days or 0.12 Earth years. By the end of a full year, the Earth will have completed 8.08 orbits of its star. The semi-major axis is the point in the orbit closest to the star. The Earth revolves around the Sun with a semi-major axis of just over 1 A.U. (1 A.U. is the average distance between the Earth and the Sun). The planet orbits its star at a closer distance than Mercury does to the Sun.)