Visualization of the 2299 high-quality (multiple transits), non-circumbinary transiting planet candidates found by NASA's Kepler mission as of 2012. These candidates were detected around 1770 unique stars, but are animated in orbit around a single star. They are drawn to scale with accurate radii (in r/r*), orbital periods, and orbital distances (in d/r*). They range in size from 1/3 to 84 times the radius of Earth. Colors represent an estimate of equilibrium temperature, ranging from 4,586 C at the hottest to -110 C at the coldest - red indicates warmest, and blue / indigo indicates coldest candidates.