April 23, 2015: This week we have one new planet, HD 100546 b, as well as additional parameters for 11 planets: 70 Vir b (new default), WASP-2 b, WASP-4b, WASP-5b, WASP-52 b, KELT-1 b, CoRoT-2 b, XO-2 b, TrES-1 b, HD 189733 b and GJ 436 b. See their Overview pages or go the Confirmed Planets interactive table.
Attention near-Earth Hunters: The archive has new Planet Detection Metrics (Window Function and One-sigma Depth Function) that were produced by the Transiting Planet Search (TPS) algorithm in the Kepler pipeline. These data can be used to characterize the detections of transits by the pipeline. Download the files in bulk or access them from an object's Overview page, and read the documentation.
March 26, 2015: We've added one new planet: BD+20 1790 b, as well as new default parameters for WASP-48 b and updated parameters for HAT-P-23 b, Tau Boo b and 21 HD planets. Also, new data for 64 planet host stars include Teff, log (g) and [Fe/H]. View them in the Confirmed Planets interactive table or Overview pages, or access all parameters in the archive through the extended search tool.
Search Extended Planet data tool: This tool allows users to search the extended confirmed planet data sets, which consists of the default values in the Confirmed planet table as well as any additional planet parameters in the archive. There are currently 2,465 planet parameter sets to search.
Contributed data page: This page documents the data sets contributed to the Exoplanet Archive by the community.
Updates to Overview pages:
Standalone tables for all KOI deliveries: These tables deliver faster sorting and other improvements when working with only one KOI activity table at a time. Links to each table are on the Kepler documentation page.
The Kepler stellar Q1-17 DR 24 table now includes values that enable users to compute completeness (Duty Cycle, Data Span, Robust CDPP, and MES threshold).
List of interesting objects flag added to Q1-17 TCE table. The TCE table has a flag indicating which objects from the Q1-17 DR 24 pipeline run have been designated by Kepler to be on the "list of interesting objects." See the Kepler Science blog for more information.
March 5, 2015: OGLE 2011-BLG-265L b and WASP-20 b have been added to the Confirmed Planets table, which also has updated default parameters for WASP-28 b and stellar/planet parameters for CoRoT-7 b. We are also hosting microlensing light curve files for MOA 2011-BLG-293L b and MOA 2008-BLG-379L b, which are accessible from the Confirmed Planet Overview pages (see download instructions).
February 26, 2015: Three new K2 planets! K2-3 b, c and d have been added to the Confirmed Planets table. In other K2 news, target lists for K2 campaigns 3 and 4 have been released with the corresponding WISE photometry. From the K2 Targets interactive table, click Select Columns, expand the Photometry Columns submenu and then select the WISE columns (see image below). Or, from the planet's Overview page, expand the Photometric Measurements submenu and select the stellar photometry items.
February 19, 2015: This week we've added Kepler-447 b and WASP-82 b, plus microlensing light curves for OGLE 2013-BLG-341L B and OGLE 2012-BLG-358L (see download instructions). Also, updated stellar and planetary parameters.
February 12, 2015: Our release of this week's new planet, OGLE 2014-BLG-124L b, includes Spitzer and ground-based microlensing light curves that allow a measurement of the distance to the host star and planet. Access the light curves through the planet's Overview page (see instructions in the Jan. 29, 2015 news item, below).
How to Request K2 Numbers from NExScI Following the practice adopted during the Kepler prime mission and continued during the Kepler extended mission, confirmed planets with K2 data will receive a K2 designation with the format K2-1 b. See the K2 Numbers page for more information.
January 29, 2015: Six planets—five from Kepler and one from OGLE—have been added to the Confirmed Planets table. View their Overview pages: OGLE 2013-BLG-102L b, Kepler-444 b, c, d, e & f. We have also updated stellar and default parameters for several objects.
We have new time series for 41 microlensing planets, all of them associated with the following planet host stars: OGLE 2005-BLG-390L, OGLE 2006-BLG-109L, OGLE 2007-BLG-368L and MOA 2009-BLG-266L. Access the time series through the Literature Time Series section in the stars' Planet Host Overview pages (see directions, below).
January 22, 2015: API now supports cone search! Our application programming interface (API) now supports cone searches, so users may specify an area of the sky to search for all objects within that area. See the Query Syntax section of the API User Guide for instructions.
January 15, 2015: Nine more confirmed Kepler planets have a home in the archive. See data on Kepler-433 b, Kepler-434 b, Kepler-435 b, Kepler-445 b, Kepler-445 c, Kepler-445 d, Kepler-446 b, Kepler-446 c, and Kepler-446 d in the Confirmed Planets table.
TCE Q1-17 DR24 Data: Also, our newest data table offers the Q1-17 DR24 Threshold-Crossing Events data. See the Kepler TCE documentation page for more details, or go directly to the data by selecting Threshold-Crossing Events (TCEs) from the Data pull-down menu at the top of any archive web page.
Kepler Stellar Q1-17 DR24 Data: The latest release of Kepler stellar data contains the values used during the Q1-17 DR24 pipeline run. This catalog includes updated stellar parameters for over 3,000 KOI host stars.
January 8, 2015: Six more confirmed planets have been announced! See the Overview pages for HD 564 b, HD 30669 b, HD 108341 b, HD 103720 b, BD-11 4672 b and HD 145934 b, or view parameters in the Confirmed Planets table.
Also, the SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) now links to the archive from published papers with confirmed planets. Click the On-line data link in the upper-left corner of a paper's abstract to view either a list of links to Overview pages (for multi-planet papers) or to go directly to the Confirmed Planets table (for single-object papers). The following example is from the Marcy et al. (2014) paper.
Three of the planets are in the habitable zone, two of which are small enough to be rocky. View all of them in the Confirmed Planets table or click on the links in this news item to view their respective Overview pages. Also, view NASA's press release. (Image Credit: Getty Images/D. van Ravenswaay)