K2-288Bb is located 226 light years away, part of a Taurus constellation and a star system, with two dark stars, approximately 5.1 billion miles. One star is as much as the sun, the third is the third with the sun's size. The team of researchers causes the new planet to have a 3.1-day orbit lower. According to the discovery paper, this star is the same productivity as theoretically the ground.
The planet was found largely by the volunteers analyzing Kepler's light curve data from their eyes, rather than software. Exoplanet Explorers, a citizen-based volunteer scientist, discovered planetary software algorithms. Adina Feinstein, the lead author of the research, said "the keen eyes of the scientists of the citizens have found it to be very valuable and they told us".