|Discovery site||Kepler Space Observatory|
K2-146 b is a Neptune-like exoplanet discovered in 2018 that orbits a M-type star and is found in the constellation Cancer. It was discovered by the Kepler Space Telescope. It orbits around one low-mass star. It is also the only exoplanet to orbit around K2-146. Namely, it orbits closer to its sun than Mercury does, and that is being 97% closer to its sun than Earth is to ours, it orbits very rapidly and well inside what would be regarded as the 'habitable zone’.