Also, did you know you have access to more than 21 million light curves in the Exoplanet Archive? In addition to Kepler data, we have light curves from SuperWASP, the CoRoT Exoplanet Survey and CoRoT Asteroseismology, HATNet, XO, TrES and KELT. A complete listing of the archive's data can be found on the Holdings page.
January 15, 2014: Seven more planets added: MOA-2011-BLG-322L b, CoRoT-27 b, Kepler-105 b, Kepler-130 c, Kepler-411 b, WASP-103 b, and Kepler-51 d. Also, the Kepler project has added 412 new KOIs to the Q1-16 and Cumulative tables. For more details, see the documentation.
January 14, 2014: In case you missed it, we started off the new year with surpassing 1,000 planets in the archive! See the full story on the Planetquest site.
January 7, 2014: This week we've added 39 new Kepler planets—all from the Marcy et al. (2014) paper. This brings our planet count in the archive to 1,015! Note that KOI decimal numbers of 10 and above (e.g. KOI 244.10) are not assigned by the Kepler project and are often used by authors to denote non-transiting planets in Kepler systems with known transiting planets or candidates. For more information, see our FAQ.