Milky Way Galaxy Atlas


There are currently 20 stars and 20 planets listed from 801 to 1,000 light years from our Solar System.

The stars in this range represent 17 Star Systems and 4 of these Star Systems have multiple planets
These planets include 1 Mercurian planet, 0 Sub-Terran planets, 3 Terran planets (Earth-Size), 8 Super Terran planets, 5 Neptunian planets, and 3 Jovian planets.

Kepler 20 b is the most notable planetary system within the 801 to 1,000 light year planet list. It has 6 planets in orbit around the star Kepler 20.

Planet Note: Planets have been categorized according to mass, diameter, and temperature. However, these three criteria are still subject to change since data is preliminary and incomplete. Some planets also have a calculated ESC. Several criteria are used to calculate a Planet's ESC, or Earth Similarity Class. Some scientists call this the Earth Simiarlity Index, or ESI. ESC is an indicator of how "Earth-like" a planet may be, based upon the following criteria: whether a planet is in the habitable zone of their star (the area where liquid water could exist), if the planet is tidally locked (one side always faces its star), if the planet is subjected to intense solar flares from its parent star, size class, mass, density, diameter, atmospheric pressure, atmospheric composition, average global temperature, and whether it has liquid water. Most planets that are listed will not have a calculated ESC due to incomplete data. ESC does not nessarily indicate that a planet is "habitable" or can support life as we know it. ESC only gives a general indication about what type of planet it may be according to currently available data.

In addition, any planet that has a green background, is located within the "habitable zone" of that star. The habitable zone of a star is defined as the area around a star where liquid water could possibly reside on a planet, given that the planet has sufficient atmospheric pressure and a temperature that allows for liquid water. It does not indicate that a planet will be "habitable" just because it's located within that star's habitable zone. Also, any planet that has a red background, is located in the
habitable zone, however, the planet is bombarded by intense solar flares from its parent star.

Star Types

Kepler
65

804.0000
F

Kepler 65 b
Kepler 65 b (Super Terran) ESI Unknown
0.0350 AU
Kepler 65 c
Kepler 65 (Neptunian) ESI Unknown
0.0680 AU
Kepler 65 d
Kepler 65 d (Super Terran) ESI Unknown
0.0840 AU













Pi
Puppis

810.0000
K3lb


















Mebusta

840.0000
G8lb

















Zeta
Cepheus

840.0000
K1.5lb

















Rigel

860.0000
B8la

















Kepler
114

871.0000
K

Kepler 114 b

0.052 AU
Kepler 114 c

0.07 AU
Kepler 114 d

0.09 AU













Kepler
50

880.0000
F

















Delta
Lupus

900.0000
B1.5IV

















HD
92449

901.0000
G5lla

















Kepler
20

945.8500
G8

Kepler 20 b
Kepler 20 b (Inferno Super Terran) ESI Unknown
0.04537 AU
Kepler 20 c
Kepler 20 c (Inferno Terran) ESI Unknown
0.0634 AU
Kepler 20 d
Kepler 20 d (Extremely Hot Neptunian) ESI Unknown
0.0930 AU
Kepler 20 e
Kepler 20 e (Extremely Hot Terran) ESI Unknown
0.1378 AU
Kepler 20 f
Kepler 20 f (Very Hot Neptunian) ESI Unknown
0.2055 AU
Kepler 20 g

0.3453 AU










Sheliak

960.0000
B7Ve | B

















HAT
P-25

965.2500
G5
BD+20 2457 (Orange K2II Luminous Giant Star)
HAT P-25 b

1.450 AU















CoRoT
2

978.4680
G7V

CoRoT 2 b
CoRoT 2 b (Inferno Jovian) ESI Unknown
0.0281 AU















Lich

978.4900
Pulsar

Draugr
Draugr (Extremely Hot Mercurian) ESI Unknown
0.19 AU
Poltergeist
Poltergeist (Very Hot Super Terran) ESI Unknown
0.36 AU
Phobetor
Phobetor (Very Hot d (Super Terran)
0.46 AU













HAT
P-24

994.5000
F8 | ?

HAT P-24 b
HAT P-24 b (Inferno Jovian) ESI Unknown
0.04655 AU















Eta
Orion

1,000.0000
B1V | B3V | B2V

















SDSS
1557

1,000.0000
D | ?

Asteroid
Debris?