The PHL's Exoplanets Catalog (PHL-EC) contains observed and modeled parameters for all currently confirmed exoplanets from the Extrasolar Planets Encyclopedia and NASA Kepler candidates from the NASA Exoplanet Archive, including those potentially habitable. The main difference between PHL-EC and other exoplanets databases is that it contains more estimated stellar and planetary parameters, habitability assessments with various habitability metrics, planetary classifications, and many corrections. Some interesting inclusions are the identification of those stars in the Catalog of Nearby Habitable Systems (HabCat), the apparent size and brightness of stars and planets as seem from a vantage point (i.e. moon-Earth distance), and the location constellation of each planet.
Many scientists use the PHL-EC and its derived products, like The Habitable Exoplanets Catalog and The Periodic Table of Exoplanets, for research or educational purposes. Software tools, such as the Google Android application Exoplanet Explorer, also use the catalog for visualizations.
The PHL-EC is available as a comma separated value format (CSV) file at the bottom of this page. It is easily readable by spreadsheets like MS Excel and by many scientific plotting softwares. The database is still under BETA and many changes and expansions are expected in the near future.
Coming soon: The PHL's Exoplanets Catalog will include a field for the Uwingu's Exoplanet Names.
Database Field Descriptions
* The NASA Kepler TCE contains many false positives and is presented here for comparison purposes with the Kepler candidates.
DISCLAIMER: The PHL's Exoplanets Catalog combines measured and modeled parameters from various sources. It is good for visualizations, statistical analyses, and education. For research purposes always check measured vs modeled values from the original scientific papers. If you use this dataset please credit PHL's Exoplanet Catalog of the Planetary Habitability Laboratory @ UPR Arecibo. Send an email to email@example.com if you want to keep updated with mayor changes to the catalog.
Acknowledgements: Thanks to Robert Brenner, creator of the android app Exoplanet Guide, for corrections and suggestions.