List of exoplanets discovered in 2021

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This list of exoplanets discovered in 2021 is a list of confirmed exoplanets that were first observed in 2021. For exoplanets detected only by radial velocity, the listed value for mass is a lower limit. See Minimum mass for more information.

Name Mass ( MJ) Radius ( RJ) Period (days) Semi-major axis ( AU) Temp. ( K) Discovery method Distance ( ly) Host star mass ( M) Host star temp. (K) Remarks
HD 108236 f 0.17406+0.00482
−0.00437
29.54255±0.00069 0.1759±0.0037 transit 211 0.853±0.047 5,720.0±50.0 [1] [2]
NGTS-14Ab 0.092±0.012 0.444±0.030 3.5357173±0.0000069 0.0403±0.0071 1,143±139 transit 1,060 0.898±0.035 5,187±11 [3]
TOI-1259Ab 0.441+0.049
−0.047
1.022+0.030
−0.037
3.4779780+0.0000019
−0.0000017
0.04070+0.00114
−0.00110
936 transit 385±1 0.68+0.1
−0.01
4,775±100 Also white dwarf on a wide orbit [4]
NGTS-13b 4.84±0.44 1.142±0.046 4.12 0.0549+0.0015
−0.0025
1,605±30 transit 2150 1.30+0.11
−0.18
5,819±73 [5]
TOI-628 b 6.33+0.29
−0.31
1.060+0.041
−0.034
3.4095675+0.0000070
−0.0000069
0.04860+0.00080
−0.00094
1,586+52
−40
transit 582 1.311+0.066
−0.075
6,250+220
−190
Host star also known as HD 288842 [6]
TOI-640 b 0.88±0.16 1.771+0.060
−0.056
5.0037775±0.0000048 0.06608+0.00098
−0.0011
1,749+26
−30
transit 1,115 1.536+0.069
−0.076
6,460+130
−150
[6]
TOI-1333 A b 2.37±0.24 1.396+0.056
−0.054
4.720219±0.000011 0.0626+0.0011
−0.0012
1,679+35
−34
transit 653 1.464+0.076
−0.079
6,274±97 Host star also known as BD+47 3521A. [6]
TOI-1478 b 0.847+0.052
−0.048
1.061+0.040
−0.038
10.180249±0.000015 0.0903+0.0018
−0.0013
918±11 transit 498 0.946+0.059
−0.041
5,595+83
−81
[6]
TOI-1601 b 0.99±0.11 1.239+0.046
−0.039
5.331751±0.000011 0.06864+0.00079
−0.00075
1,619+24
−23
transit 1,096 1.517+0.053
−0.049
5,948+87
−89
[6]
OGLE-2019-BLG-0960Lb 0.0071±0.0027 1.75±0.55 microlensing 2,900±1000 0.45±0.15 Smallest planet discovered by microlensing [7]
HD 110113 b 0.0143±0.0020 0.183±0.011 2.541+0.0005
−0.001
0.035±0.001 1,371±14 transit 346.5±2.3 0.99±0.08 5,730 Radius gap planet, host star also known as TOI-755 [8]
HD 110113 c 0.0330±0.0038 6.744+0.008
−0.009
0.068+0.001
−0.002
990±10 radial vel. 346.5±2.3 0.99±0.08 5,730 Host star also known as TOI-755. [8]
KOI-5Ab 0.179 0.63 5 transit 1,870±70 1.13 5861 Also called TOI-1241b. [9] [10]
TOI-178b 0.0047+0.0012
−0.0013
0.102±0.006 1.914558±0.000018 0.02607±0.00078 1,040+22
−21
transit 205.16±0.03 0.650+0.027
−0.029
4,316±70 [11]
TOI-178c 0.015+0.0017
−0.0021
0.149+0.01
−0.008
3.238450+0.000020
−0.000019
0.0370±0.0011 873±18 transit 205.16±0.03 0.650+0.027
−0.029
4,316±70 [11]
TOI-178d 0.0094+0.0025
−0.0032
0.229±0.006 6.557700±0.000016 0.0592±0.0018 690±14 transit 205.16±0.03 0.650+0.027
−0.029
4,316±70 [11]
TOI-178e 0.0121+0.0039
−0.0029
0.197+0.007
−0.008
9.961881±0.000042 0.0783+0.0023
−0.0024
600±12 transit 205.16±0.03 0.650+0.027
−0.029
4,316±70 [11]
TOI-178f 0.0242+0.0052
−0.0047
0.204±0.009 15.231915+0.000115
−0.000095
0.1039±0.0031 521±11 transit 205.16±0.03 0.650+0.027
−0.029
4,316±70 [11]
TOI-178g 0.0123+0.0041
−0.0050
0.256+0.012
−0.011
20.70950+0.00014
−0.00011
0.1275+0.0038
−0.0039
470±10 transit 205.16±0.03 0.650+0.027
−0.029
4,316±70 [11]
HD 183579 b 0.0620+0.0126
−0.0123
0.317+0.013
−0.011
17.471278+0.000058
−0.000060
0.1334+0.0062
−0.0061
769+17
−13
transit 186.1±0.8 1.031+0.025
−0.026
5,788±44 Host star also known as TOI-1055 [12] [13]
KMT-2019-BLG-0371b 7.70+11.34
−3.90
0.79+0.14
−0.16
microlensing 2,3000+3,000
−4,000
0.09+0.14
−0.05
Multiple solutions for orbital separation [14]
HD 5278 b 0.0245+0.0047
−0.0044
0.219±0.004 14.339156+0.000049
−0.000047
0.1202±0.0013 943±13 transit 183.1±2.7 1.126+0.036
−0.035
6,203±64 Host star also known as TOI-130. [15]
HD 5278 c 0.0579+0.0057
−0.0060
0.2416±0.0027 0.1202±0.0013 943±13 radial vel. 183.1±2.7 1.126+0.036
−0.035
6,203±64 Host star also known as TOI-130. [15]
KMT-2018-BLG-1025Lb 0.0191+0.0258
−0.0104
1.305+0.194
−0.227
microlensing 22,000±3,000 0.219+0.297
−0.120
Multiple solutions for orbital parameters [16]
Gliese 1151b 0.0079±0.0016 2.02 0.01735+0.00065
−0.00070
radial vel. 26.23±0.01 0.154 3,143±26 [17] Refuted a month after confirmation. [18]
TOI-558b 3.61±0.15 1.086+0.041
−0.038
14.574071±0.000026 0.1291+0.0020
−0.0021
1,061+13
−12
transit 1,312±17 1.349+0.064
−0.065
6,466+95
−93
[19]
TOI-559b 6.01+0.24
−0.23
1.091+0.028
−0.025
6.9839095±0.0000051 0.0723±0.0013 1,180+18
−16
transit 761±7 1.026±0.057 5,925+85
−76
[19]
Candidate 1 0.3011-0.6386 0.062-0.157 imaging 4.37 Imaged near Alpha Centauri A
HD 13808 b 0.0346 14.2 0.11 radial vel. 92.2 0.771±0.022 5,035±50 Candidate since 2011, [20] confirmed in 2021 [21]
HD 13808 c 0.0315 53.8 0.26 radial vel. 92.2 0.771±0.022 5,035±50 Candidate since 2011, [20] confirmed in 2021 [21]
TOI 451 b 0.1732+0.0134
−0.0116
1.858701+0.000027
−0.000033
0.0271+0.0023
−0.0038
1,524+100
−60
transit 405.1±1.3 0.94±0.025 5,550±56 Planets orbiting primary of wide binary system. [22] [23] Host star also known as CD-38 1467.
TOI 451 c 0.2741±0.0125 9.192523+0.000064
−0.000084
0.0771+0.0066
−0.0093
903+53
−36
transit 405.1±1.3 0.94±0.025 5,550±56 Planets orbiting primary of wide binary system. [22] [23] Host star also known as CD-38 1467.
TOI 451 d 0.3598±0.0134 16.364981+0.000047
−0.000049
0.1255+0.0057
−0.0065
708+15
−12
transit 405.1±1.3 0.94±0.025 5,550±56 Planets orbiting primary of wide binary system [22] [23] Host star also known as CD-38 1467.
HD 110082 b 0.2857±0.0089 10.18271±0.00004 0.113+0.009
−0.013
transit 342.8±0.9 1.21±0.06 6,200±100 Orbiting a primary of wide binary system [24] Host star also known as TOI-1098.
OGLE-2018-BLG-0567Lb 0.32+0.34
−0.16
2.72+0.49
−0.55
microlensing 23,000±3,000 0.24+0.16
−0.13
[25]
OGLE-2018-BLG-0962Lb 1.37+0.80
−0.72
3.57+0.68
−1.02
microlensing 21,000+3,000
−5,000
0.55+0.32
−0.29
[25]
Gliese 740 b 0.0093±0.0016 2.37756+0.00013
−0.00011
0.029±0.001 829+40
−50
radial vel. 36.21±0.02 0.58±0.06 3,913±21 [26]
OGLE-2018-BLG-1428Lb 0.77+0.77
−0.53
3.30+0.59
−0.83
microlensing 20,000+3,000
−5,000
0.43+0.33
−0.22
[27]
LHS 1478 b 0.0073±0.0006 0.111±0.004 1.9495378+0.0000040
−0.0000041
0.01848+0.00061
−0.0006
595+10
−9
transit 59.40±0.03 0.236±0.012 3,381±54 [28] Host star also known as TOI-1640 or G 245-61.
TOI-1685 b 0.0121±0.030 0.131±0.006 0.6691425±0.0000037 0.01156±0.00009 1,052±21 transit 122.68±0.09 0.495±0.019 3,434±51 [29] [30] Host star also known as UCAC4 666-026266
TOI-1685 c 0.0290±0.0065 9.025+0.104
−0.119
449.1±6.9 radial vel. 122.68±0.09 0.495±0.019 3,434±51 Unconfirmed [29]
KMT-2020-BLG-0414Lb 0.0032 0.15 microlensing 3,300±300 0.3 Also a brown dwarf with mass 17 MJ in the system at 15 AU separation [31]
HD 39474 b 0.42+0.05
−0.03
1.008+0.012
−0.015
52.97818+0.00004
−0.00004
0.30+0.02
−0.03
759+37
−26
transit 372.5±1.1 1.316±0.027 6,394±75 Host star also known as TOI-201 [32]
Gliese 486 b 0.0089±0.0004 0.117±0.006 1.467119+0.000031
−0.000030
0.01734+0.00026
−0.00027
701±13 transit 26.344±0.013 0.323±0.015 3,340±54 Planet may have a measurable atmosphere [33]
NGTS-15b 0.751+0.102
−0.088
1.10±0.10 3.27623±0.00001 0.0441±0.0046 1,146±47 transit 2,580±60 0.995±0.015 5,600±150 [34]
NGTS-16b 0.667+0.157
−0.129
1.30+0.13
−0.12
4.84532±0.00002 0.0523±0.0064 1,177±59 transit 2,910+95
−75
1.002±0.011 5,550±150 [34]
NGTS-17b 0.764+0.195
−0.164
1.24±0.11 3.24253±0.00001 0.0391±0.0043 1,457±50 transit 3,420±90 1.025+0.015
−0.014
5,650±100 [34]
NGTS-18b 0.409+0.081
−0.063
1.21±0.18 3.05125±0.00001 0.0448±0.0068 1,381+55
−53
transit 3,610±140 1.003+0.020
−0.012
5,610±150 [34]
OGLE-2019-BLG-1053Lb 0.0078+0.0037
−0.0031
3.4±0.5 microlensing 22,000+3,000
−2,000
0.61+0.29
−0.24
[35]
TOI-1634 b 0.0313±0.0030 0.158±0.007 0.9893457±0.0000034 0.01491±0.00015 921±21 transit 114.40±0.08 0.452±0.014 3,472±48 [30] [36]
KMT-2019-BLG-1715 2.56+1.13
−1.16
3.32+0.82
−0.92
microlensing 13,000±3,000 0.61+0.27
−0.28
Multiple solutions for orbital separation, also 0.15M red dwarf in the system. [37]
OGLE-2018-BLG-1185b 0.026+0.025
−0.015
1.54+0.18
−0.22
microlensing 24,000+2,000
−3,000
0.37+0.35
−0.21
Multiple solutions for planet and star masses. [38]
TOI-1260 b 0.0271+0.0043
−0.0037
0.208+0.009
−0.008
3.12748+0.000047
−0.000038
0.0366+0.0022
−0.0036
860+47
−31
transit 239.5±0.3 0.66±0.01 4,227±85 [39]
TOI-1260 c 0.0373+0.0106
−0.0102
0.252±0.013 7.49325+0.00015
−0.00013
0.0656+0.0039
−0.0065
643+35
−23
transit 239.5±0.3 0.66±0.01 4,227±85 [39]
KMT-2018-BLG-1976Lb 1.96+1.23
−1.12
2.04+0.72
−0.83
microlensing 19,000±2,000 0.65+0.41
−0.37
[40]
KMT-2018-BLG-1996Lb 1.22+0.72
−0.63
1.97+0.51
−0.25
microlensing 19,000±2,000 0.69+0.40
−0.38
[40]
OGLE-2019-BLG-0954Lb 14.2+9.9
−7.5
2.65+0.89
−1.20
microlensing 12,000+1,000
−2,000
0.80+0.55
−0.42
[40]
YSES 2 b 6.3+1.6
−0.9
115 imaging 356.4±0.5 1.10±0.03 4,749±40 [41]
KMT-2016-BLG-2605b 0.8+1.2
−0.4
0.68±0.11 microlensing 21,000±3,000 0.065+0.10
−0.035
[42]
TOI-1431 b 3.14+0.19
−0.18
1.51±0.06 2.65022±0.00001 0.047±0.002 2,370±100 transit 488±3 1.90+0.10
−0.08
7,690+400
−250
Also known as MASCARA-5b [43] [44]
TOI-269 b 0.0277±0.0044 0.247±0.011 3.697723+0.000018
−0.000017
0.0345±0.0015 531±25 transit 186.01±0.25 0.3917±0.0095 3,514±70 [45]
TOI-220 b 0.0434±0.0031 0.271±0.013 10.695264 0.08911±0.0010 805±21 transit 290±13 0.825±0.028 5,298±65 Additional long-period planet suspected [46]
TOI 1062 b 0.0320±0.0026 0.202±0.008 4.11412+0.0014
−0.0015
0.052 1,077+10
−9
transit 268.7±0.2 0.94±0.02 5,328±56 [47]
TOI 1062 c 0.0294±0.0039 7.978+0.021
−0.023
0.080+0.013
−0.012
859+9
−8
radial vel. 268.7±0.2 0.94±0.02 5,328±56 [47]
Kepler-129d 8.3+1.1
−0.7
2646+140
−94
4.0±0.1 radial vel. 1,349±14 1.18 5,770 [48]
Gliese 9689 b 0.0304±0.0046 18.27±0.01 0.1139±0.0039 453±39 radial vel. 100.10±0.04 0.59±0.06 3,836±69 [49]
TOI-1231 b 0.0485±0.0104 0.326±0.014 24.245586+0.000064
−0.000066
0.1288+0.0021
−0.0022
330 transit 89.68±0.04 0.485±0.024 3,553±31 [50]
TIC 172900988 b 2.84±0.25 1.009±0.043 196.5±7.7 transit 799±9 1.24 and 1.20 6050 and 5983 Circumbinary planet [51]
TOI-1444 b 0.0122±0.0022 0.125±0.006 0.4702694±0.0000044 0.1288+0.0021
−0.0022
330 transit 408.9±0.5 0.934±0.038 5,430±90 [52]
BD+45 0564 b 1.36±0.12 307.88±1.47 0.83±0.04 radial vel. 174±2 0.81±0.07 5,004±50 [53]
BD+55 0362 b 0.72±0.08 265.59±1.04 0.78±0.05 radial vel. 168±2 0.909±0.099 5,012±78 Additional giant planet is suspected [53]
BD+63 1405 b 3.96±0.31 1,198.48±60.79 2.06±0.14 radial vel. 124.4±1.2 0.82±0.08 5,000±53 Extremely eccentric orbit [53]
HD 124330 b 0.75±0.06 270.66±1.21 0.86±0.04 radial vel. 198±3 1.15±0.079 5,873±19 Additional giant planet is suspected [53]
HD 155193 b 0.75±0.06 352.65±2.58 1.04±0.04 radial vel. 186±6 1.221±0.083 6,239±20 [53]
HD 331093 b 1.50±0.11 621.62±16.11 1.44±0.07 radial vel. 164.07±0.14 1.030±0.079 5,544±33 [53]
HD 107148 c 0.0626+0.0097
−0.0098
18.3267+0.0022
−0.0024
0.1406±0.0018 radial vel. 161.4±0.4 1.1±0.1 5,789±36 [54]
HD 136925 b 0.84+0.078
−0.074
4,540+160
−140
5.13+0.12
−0.11
radial vel. 156.2 5715 Additional planet suspected [54]
Lambda Serpentis b 0.0428+0.0047
−0.0045
15.5083+0.0016
−0.0018
0.1238±0.002 radial vel. 38.87±0.07 1.14 5,884±4 [54]
HD 156668 c 0.0991+0.0079
−0.0077
811.3+5.2
−5.3
1.570±0.017 radial vel. 79.34±0.03 0.772±0.020 4,850±88 Additional body in system is suspected [54]
HD 164922 e 0.0331±0.0031 41.763±0.012 0.2293+0.0026
−0.0027
radial vel. 71.69±0.03 0.874±0.012 5,293±32 [54]
HD 168009 b 0.0300+0.0038
−0.0037
15.1479+0.0035
−0.0037
0.1192+0.0017
−0.0018
radial vel. 75.97±0.03 0.99 5,792±80 [54]
HD 213472 b 3.48+1.10
−0.59
16,700+12,000
−4,800
13.0+5.7
−2.6
radial vel. 210.6 [54]
HD 24040 c 0.201±0.027 515.4+2.2
−2.5
1.3±0.021 radial vel. 152.3±0.4 1.14±0.02 5,917±52 [54]
HD 26161 b 13.5+8.5
−3.7
32,000+21,000
−10,000
20.4+7.9
−4.9
radial vel. 133.6±0.3 Very eccentric orbit, and also red dwarf in the system [54]
HD 3765 b 0.173+0.014
−0.013
1,211+15
−16
2.108+0.032
−0.033
radial vel. 78.5±0.1 [54]
HD 66428 c 27+22
−17
39,000+56,000
−18,000
23.0+19.0
−7.6
radial vel. 174.1±0.7 1.09±0.02 5,773±55 [54]
HD 68988 c 15.0+2.8
−1.5
16,100+11,000
−3,500
13.2+5.3
−2.0
radial vel. 198.8±0.6 1.16±0.01 5,919±11 Suspected since 2006 [54]
Lalande 21185 c 0.0568+0.0091
−0.0083
3190+200
−170
3.1+0.13
−0.11
radial vel. 8.31±0.01 0.390±0.011 3,601±51 [54]
G 264-12 b 0.0079±0.0009 2.30538±0.00031 0.02279±0.00061 587±16 radial vel. 52.14±0.03 0.297±0.024 3,326±54 [55]
G 264-12 c 0.0118±0.0015 8.0518±0.0034 0.0525±0.0014 387±11 radial vel. 52.14±0.03 0.297±0.024 3,326±54 [55]
Gliese 393 b 0.0054±0.0008 7.02679+0.00082
−0.00085
0.05402±0.00072 485±11 radial vel. 22.956±0.008 0.426±0.017 3,579±51 [55]
TOI-674b 0.0739±0.0104 0.470±0.016 1.977143±0.000003 0.0231±0.0007 661±14 transit 150.86±0.11 0.442±0.007 3,505+28
−32
[56]
HD 152843 b [ ja] 0.0364+0.0207
−0.0193
0.304±0.012 11.6264+0.0022
−0.0025
0.1053+0.003
−0.0031
transit 352.0±1.0 1.15±0.04 6,310±100 [57]
HD 152843 c [ ja] 0.0865 0.521±0.013 24.38+6.23
−3.4
transit 352.0±1.0 1.15±0.04 6,310±100 [57]
KMT-2019-BLG-0253b 0.029+0.016
−0.013
3.1+0.8
−0.9
microlensing 16,000+6,000
−5,000
0.70+0.34
−0.31
[58]
OGLE-2018-BLG-0506 0.051+0.038
−0.027
3.0+0.7
−0.8
microlensing 18,000±5,000 0.63+0.37
−0.32
[58]
OGLE-2018-BLG-0516 0.063+0.052
−0.034
2.2+0.8
−0.7
microlensing 7,000+3,000
−2,000
0.47+0.38
−0.25
[58]
OGLE-2019-BLG-1492 0.117+0.079
−0.061
2.7±0.9 microlensing 18,000+6,000
−7,000
0.68±0.34 [58]
OGLE-2018-BLG-0977 0.020+0.016
−0.012
2.0+0.6
−0.5
microlensing 7,000±2,000 0.47+0.38
−0.27
[58]
TOI-1789 b 0.70±0.16 1.40+0.22
−0.13
3.208666±0.000016 0.04873+0.00065
−0.0016
1,929+28
−18
transit 729±3 1.499+0.061
−0.15
5,984+55
−57
[59]
TOI-942 b 0.347+0.022
−0.020
4.32421±0.000019 0.04866+0.00016
−0.00013
transit 493.9±1.0 0.8220+0.0079
−0.0064
[60]
TOI-942 c 0.417+0.030
−0.027
10.156272+0.000037
−0.000034
0.08598+0.00027
−0.00022
transit 493.9±1.0 0.8220+0.0079
−0.0064
[60]
KMT-2018-BLG-1743 0.245+0.339
−0.135
1.449+0.209
−0.229
microlensing 21,000±3,000 0.193+0.268
−0.107
Multiple orbital solutions, binary host star [61]
TOI-1749 b 0.060+0.07
−0.04
0.124±0.018 2.388821+0.000057
−0.000073
0.0291±0.0005 831±18 transit 324.8±0.4 0.58±0.03 3,985±55 [62]
TOI-1749 c 0.007+0.018
−0.005
0.189±0.011 4.489010+0.000040
−0.000061
0.0443±0.0008 673±15 transit 324.8±0.4 0.58±0.03 3,985±55 [62]
TOI-1749 d 0.014+0.020
−0.011
0.225±0.013 9.04455±0.00012 0.0707±0.0012 533±12 transit 324.8±0.4 0.58±0.03 3,985±55 [62]
HD 27969 b 4.80+0.24
−0.23
654.5+5.7
−5.8
1.552+0.032
−0.033
261±11 radial vel. 1.16±0.07 5,966±21 [63]
HD 80869 b 4.86+0.65
−0.29
1711.7+9.3
−9.6
2.878+0.045
−0.046
203.2+6.8
−5.5
radial vel. 1.08±0.05 5,837±15 Very eccentric orbit [63]
HD 95544 b 6.84±0.31 2172+23
−21
3.386+0.075
−0.077
156.5+5.4
−5.5
radial vel. 1.09±0.07 5,722±15 [63]
HD 109286 b 2.99±0.15 520.1±2.3 1.259±0.021 259.4±5.5 radial vel. 0.98±0.05 5,694±23 [63]
HD 115954 b 8.29+0.75
−0.58
3700+1500
−390
5.00+1.3
−0.36
144.9+8.1
−13
radial vel. 1.18±0.06 5,957±26 [63]
HD 211403 b 5.54+0.39
−0.38
223.8±0.41 0.768±0.013 380±13 radial vel. 1.20±0.06 6,273±44 [63]
Kepler-1704b 4.15±0.29 1.065+0.043
−0.041
988.88113+0.00091
−0.00092
2.026+0.024
−0.031
253.8+3.7
−4.1
transit 2,690±40 1.131+0.040
−0.051
5,745+88
−89
Very eccentric orbit (e=0.921), [64]
TOI-532b 0.1935+0.0305
−0.0293
0.520±0.017 2.3266508±0.0000030 0.0296±0.00035 867±18 transit 439.1±1.2 0.639±0.023 3,927±37 Neptunian desert planet [65]
TOI-2406b 0.0286+0.0223
−0.0126
0.263+0.015
−0.014
3.0766896±0.0000065 0.0228±0.0016 447±15 transit 181.4±0.4 0.162±0.008 3,100±75 [66]
KIC 8121913 b 2.1±0.4 3.294601+0.000013
−0.00022
orbital brightness modulation 2350 1.456+0.069
−0.15
5,975.3+110.2
−109.4
[67]
KIC 10068024 b 2.0±0.4 2.073549+0.000008
−0.000177
orbital brightness modulation 3,600 1.22+0.175
−0.139
6,118.4+127.2
−121.2
[67]
KIC 5479689 b 0.5+0.4
−0.1
1.701531+0.000008
−0.000419
orbital brightness modulation 1,504 0.966+0.03
−0.04
5,459.1+90.0
−85.2
[67]
LTT 1445 Ac 0.0048±0.0006 0.103 3.12390 0.02661+0.00047
−0.00049
transit 22.41±0.01 0.256±0.014 3,337±150 [68]
Luyten 98-59 e 0.0094 12.8 0.071 ±350 radial vel. 34.6 0.32±0.03 3,500±150 [69]
Luyten 98-59 f 0.0078 23.2 0.103 radial vel. 34.6 0.32±0.03 3,500±150 Unconfirmed, potentially habitable exoplanet [69]
HD 191939 e 0.34±0.01 101.4±0.4 0.397±0.005 397±16 radial vel. 175.1±0.2 0.92 5,400 Also suspected brown dwarf on wider orbit [70]
OGLE-2019-BLG-1058 6.836±6.027 microlensing 8,000±5,000 Multiple solutions, rogue planet [71]
TOI-2184 b 0.65±0.16 1.017±0.051 6.90683±0.00009 transit 2,515±22 1.53±0.12 5,966±136 [72]
TOI-431 b 0.0097±0.0011 0.0014±0.004 0.490047+0.000010
−0.000007
0.0113+0.0002
−0.0003
1,862±42 transit 106.37±0.03 0.78±0.07 4,850±75 Host star lso known as CD-26 2288 or HIP 26013. [73]
TOI-431 c 0.0089+0.0013
−0.0011
4.8494+0.0003
−0.0002
0.0052±0.001 867±20 radial vel. 106.37±0.03 0.78±0.07 4,850±75 Host star also known as CD-26 2288 or HIP 26013. [73]
TOI-431 d 0.0312±0.0047 0.294±0.008 12.46103±0.00002 0.098±0.002 633±14 transit 106.37±0.03 0.78±0.07 4,850±75 Host star lso known as CD-26 2288 or HIP 26013. [73]
TOI-2202 b 0.927+0.047
−0.048
1.01+0.522
−0.080
11.9108+0.0009
−0.0009
0.0956+0.0015
−0.0016
transit 770±3 0.823+0.027
−0.023
5,144±50 [74]
TOI-2202 c 0.191+0.033
−0.030
24.7545+0.0073
−0.0078
0.1558+0.0025
−0.0026
timing 770±3 0.823+0.027
−0.023
5,144±50 [74]
EPIC 211314705.01 0.139±0.007 3.793306+0.000324
−0.000343
543+8
−9
transit 300.0±1.7 0.43±0.01 3,669+88
−82
[75] Two more planets in system are suspected. [76]
EPIC 211401787.01 0.247+0.013
−0.008
13.774798+0.000028
−0.000028
969±9 transit 525±5 1.23±0.02 6,232+33
−39
[75] Host star also known as BD+12 1842.
K2-268f 0.199+0.013
−0.008
26.270570+0.000105
−0.000109
492+8
−10
transit 1,079±10 0.84±0.02 5,106+70
−61
Two more planets were previously known; host star also known as EPIC 211413752. [75]
K2-268d 0.133+0.013
−0.006
4.528598+0.000016
−0.000015
888+16
−15
transit 1,079±10 0.84±0.02 5,106+70
−61
Two more planets were previously known; host star also known as EPIC 211413752. [75]
K2-268e 0.119+0.010
−0.007
6.131243+0.000032
−0.000033
801±13 transit 1,079±10 0.84±0.02 5,106+70
−61
Two more planets were previously known; host star also known as EPIC 211413752. [75]
EPIC 211502222.01 0.243+0.013
−0.009
22.996591+0.001848
−0.001859
673+12
−11
transit 694±6 1.10+0.03
−0.04
5,994+93
−91
[75]
EPIC 211502222.02 0.160+0.013
−0.009
9.398977+0.001506
−0.001348
909±14 transit 694±6 1.10+0.03
−0.04
5,994+93
−91
[75]
EPIC 211579112.01 0.196+0.017
−0.014
17.706320±0.000063 266+5
−8
transit 403±5 0.27+0.01
−0.02
3,315+137
−152
[75]
K2-185c 0.213±0.008 52.713494+0.000155
−0.000164
477+14
−17
transit 882±11 0.96+0.05
−0.07
5,788+190
−157
Host star also known as EPIC 211611158. [75]
EPIC 211647930.01 0.552+0.025
−0.022
14.759287+0.000243
−0.000240
826+14
−17
transit 1,133±17 1.06±0.04 5,880+85
−82
[75]
EPIC 211730024.01 0.504+0.032
−0.025
5.113981+0.000061
−0.000062
1,380+34
−30
transit 1,226±21 1.36±0.05 6,502+132
−130
[75]
EPIC 211743874.01 0.197+0.016
−0.013
12.283211±0.000051 949+21
−26
transit 1,850±60 1.23±0.04 6,222+96
−91
[75]
EPIC 211763214.01 0.109+0.008
−0.005
21.194733+0.000108
−0.000107
569+15
−22
transit 786±9 0.86+0.03
−0.05
5,424+192
−144
[75]
EPIC 211770696.01 0.234+0.017
−0.013
16.273563+0.000054
−0.000053
850+19
−18
transit 1,390±30 0.94+0.04
−0.03
5,869+88
−81
[75]
EPIC 211779390.01 0.092+0.010
−0.005
3.850614±0.000012 783+12
−14
transit 514±2 0.66±0.02 4,558+91
−81
[75]
EPIC 211897691.02 0.171+0.017
−0.011
19.507428+0.000116
−0.000113
508±12 transit 1,187±17 0.74+0.04
−0.03
4,857+86
−84
[75]
EPIC 211923431.01 0.300+0.039
−0.029
29.740451+0.000169
−0.000161
606+31
−36
transit 2,460±70 0.93±0.04 5,532±90 [75]
EPIC 211978988.01 0.287+0.022
−0.017
36.552551+0.000127
−0.000122
598+16
−15
transit 1,390±20 0.98±0.07 5,817+45
−48
[75]
TOI-1518 b 2.3 1.875±0.053 1.902603±0.000011 0.0389±0.0011 3,237±59 transit 742±6 1.79±0.26 7,300±100 [75]
EPIC 212058012.01 0.181+0.012
−0.008
11.561052+0.000690
−0.000668
861+14
−15
transit 684±6 1.01±0.05 5,920±104 [75]
EPIC 212072539.01 0.180+0.009
−0.006
7.676972+0.000012
−0.000012
465±7 transit 545±3 0.49±0.01 3,804+93
−74
[75]
EPIC 212072539.02 0.147+0.015
−0.007
2.787174±0.000004 653+10
−12
transit 545±3 0.49±0.01 3,804+93
−74
[75]
EPIC 212081533.01 0.142+0.009
−0.004
3.355850+0.000091
−0.000093
722+7
−10
transit 245.8 0.51±0.01 4,374+38
−34
[75]
EPIC 212088059.01 0.188+0.018
−0.008
10.367437+0.000020
−0.000019
437+4
−5
transit 532±3 0.56±0.01 3,779+30
−26
[75]
EPIC 212132195.01 0.202+0.017
−0.009
26.201446+0.003331
−0.003124
450±5 transit 345.5±1.6 0.71±0.02 4,801±49 [75]
EPIC 212161956.01 0.215+0.010
−0.009
7.187257+0.000020
−0.000021
640+20
−21
transit 1055±13 0.66±0.03 4,599+178
−152
[75]
EPIC 212204403.01 0.291+0.020
−0.010
4.688418+0.000119
−0.000117
908+12
−11
transit 662±5 0.83+0.02
−0.01
5,077+40
−39
[75]
EPIC 212204403.02 0.238+0.021
−0.010
12.550171+0.001018
−0.001057
655+7
−9
transit 662±5 0.83+0.02
−0.01
5,077+40
−39
[75]
K2-304c 0.203+0.017
−0.011
5.213965±0.000442 866+27
−37
transit 1,380±20 0.83+0.05
−0.04
5,171+172
−130
Host star also known as EPIC 212297394. [75]
EPIC 212420823.01 0.123+0.009
−0.006
9.032178±0.000874 518+5
−4
transit 1,450±20 0.54±0.01 4,385+29
−31
[75]
EPIC 212440430.02 0.138+0.013
−0.010
4.163873+0.000022
−0.000023
1,158+29
−34
transit 1,620±20 0.98±0.02 5,789+46
−50
[75]
EPIC 212543933.01 0.227+0.023
−0.017
7.806164+0.000673
−0.000623
934+28
−32
transit 1,310±50 1.02±0.02 5,769+39
−37
[75]
K2-307c 0.207+0.017
−0.011
23.228555+0.000068
−0.000071
658+13
−14
transit 1,050±20 0.99+0.03
−0.04
6,004+77
−78
Host star also known as EPIC 212587672. [75]
EPIC 251319382.01 0.171+0.012
−0.006
8.234885+0.000508
−0.000475
885+12
−14
transit 577±6 0.95±0.02 5,791±81 [75]
EPIC 251319382.02 0.199+0.012
−0.008
14.871387+0.000916
−0.000936
727±10 transit 577±6 0.95±0.02 5,791±81 [75]
EPIC 251319382.03 0.122+0.009
−0.006
3.665912+0.000273
−0.000295
1,160+16
−15
transit 577±6 0.95±0.02 5,791±81 [75]
EPIC 251554286.01 0.496+0.020
−0.018
15.466805+0.000572
−0.000565
735+13
−14
transit 883±12 0.87±0.02 5,698±55 [75]
Gliese 146 b 0.0175+0.0023
−0.0021
5.09071 ± 0.00026 0.0510+0.0024
−0.0026
573+63
−69
radial vel. 44.37±0.01 0.684±0.013 4,385±21 Host star also known as HD 22496. [77]
EPIC 211525753.01 0.201+0.020
−0.014
5.7385647+0.0013939
−0.0011048
0.0632+0.0096
−0.0176
1,066+190
−77
transit 0.96+0.05
−0.06
5,790+177
−147
[78]
EPIC 211537087.01 0.204+0.013
−0.011
21.0267366+0.0036912
−0.0038993
0.1599+0.0178
−0.0306
624+0
−37
transit 0.90+0.05
−0.06
5,568+178
−150
[78]
EPIC 211730267.01 0.332+0.021
−0.019
16.3488637+0.0013811
−0.0014022
0.1450+0.0136
−0.0235
735+8
−39
transit 0.98±0.07 5,794+210
−169
[78]
EPIC 211914998.01 0.239+0.015
−0.013
11.2510285+0.0018188
−0.0017892
0.0863+0.0079
−0.0159
888+0
−47
transit 0.93±0.06 5,650+193
−152
[78]
TOI-3362b 5.029+0.668
−0.646
1.142+0.043
−0.041
18.09547±0.00003 0.153+0.002
−0.003
transit 1,198±18 1.445+0.069
−0.073
6,532+88
−86
High eccentricity orbit [79]
KMT-2017-BLG-2509b 2.09+1.68
−1.26
2.14+0.27
−0.39
microlensing 23,000±3,000 0.46+0.37
−0.27
[80]
OGLE-2017-BLG-1099b 3.02+2.43
−1.81
2.73+0.40
−0.53
microlensing 24,000±3,000 0.45+0.36
−0.27
[80]
OGLE-2019-BLG-0299b 6.22+3.80
−3.67
2.80+0.58
−0.89
microlensing 19,000±4,000 0.59+0.36
−0.35
[80]
TOI-1296b 0.298±0.039 1.231±0.031 3.9443715±0.0000058 0.0497+0.0023
−0.0028
1,562+43
−31
transit 1,023±4 1.17±0.14 5,603±47 [81]
TOI-1298b 0.356±0.032 0.841±0.021 4.537164±0.000012 0.0590±0.0023 1,388±24 transit 1,041±7 1.44±0.10 5,889±43 [81]
TOI-1201 b 0.0198±0.0027 0.216±0.008 2.4919863+0.0000030
−0.0000031
0.0287±0.0012 703+15
−14
transit 122.77±0.10 0.512±0.020 3,476±51 Belongs to the Hyades, also red dwarf in the system. [82]
RR Caeli c 2.7±0.7 14,200±300 9.7±0.9 timing 69.10±0.03 0.18+0.44 3,100+7,540 Circumbinary planet around red and white dwarfs [83]
TIC 257060897b 0.67±0.03 1.49±0.04 3.660028±0.000006 0.051±0.002 1,762±21 transit 1,655±8 1.32±0.04 6,128±57 [84]
TOI-530b 0.40+0.09
−0.10
0.83±0.06 6.387597+0.000019
−0.000018
0.052+0.005
−0.004
565+28
−31
transit 482±2 0.53±0.02 3,659±120 [85]
HIP 97166b 0.0629±0.047 0.245±0.012 10.28891±0.00004 0.089±0.001 757±25 transit 215.54±0.33 0.898±0.054 5,198±100 [86]
HIP 97166c 9.9±1.8 16.84±0.22 0.124±0.002 642±22 radial vel. 215.54±0.33 0.898±0.054 5,198±100 [86]
HD 63935 b 0.0340±0.0057 0.267±0.013 9.058811+0.000017
−0.000016
911±27 transit 159.36±0.15 0.933±0.054 5,534±100 [87]
HD 63935 c 0.0349±0.0076 0.259±0.012 21.4023+0.00189
−0.00194
684±21 transit 159.36±0.15 0.933±0.054 5,534±100 [87]
HD 207897 b 0.0453±0.0050 0.223±0.007 16.202159+0.000085
−0.000083
0.1163+0.0017
−0.001
632.2+8.1
−7.0
transit 92.15±0.10 0.80+0.036
−0.030
5,070+60
−57
[88]
2MASS J04372171+2651014 b 4±1 115 1,450±50 imaging 417.9±1.5 0.165±0.015 3,100 [89] [90]
TOI 1227 b 0.854+0.067
−0.052
27.36397±0.00011 0.0886+0.0054
−0.0057
transit 329.3±0.8 0.170±0.015 3,072±74 [91]
TOI-2285b 0.155±0.007 27.26955+0.00013
−0.00010
0.1363±0.0010 284±6 transit 138.34±0.14 0.454±0.010 3,491±58 [92]
LHS 1678 b 0.0002±0.0003 0.062±0.004 0.8602322+0.0000068
−0.0000048
0.01251+0.00059
−0.00056
transit 64.88±0.03 0.345±0.014 3490±50 [93]
LHS 1678 c 0.0012+0.0013
−0.0008
0.088±0.006 3.694247+0.0000024
−0.0000021
0.0331+0.0016
−0.0015
transit 64.88±0.03 0.345±0.014 3490±50 [93]
HD 73583 b 0.0315±0.0098 0.253±0.009 6.3980418+0.0000065
−0.0000063
0.0601±0.0026 721±21 transit 103.08±0.10 0.71±0.02 4511±110 Host star also known as TOI-560, [94] planetary helium emission dectected. [95]
HD 73583 c 0.0302±0.0055 0.212±0.009 18.8797+0.00088
−0.00073
0.1236+0.0053
−0.0053
503±15 transit 103.08±0.10 0.71±0.02 4511±110 Host star also known as TOI-560 [94]
TOI-1807 b 0.165±0.004 0.549372±0.000007 0.00812+0.00037
−0.00038
2100+39
−40
transit 133.88±0.25 0.750+0.025
−0.024
4757+51
−50
Star is co-moving with TOI-2076 [96]
TOI-2076 b 0.293±0.038 10.35566±0.00006 0.0631±0.0027 870±13 transit 136.70±0.23 0.850+0.025
−0.026
5187+54
−53
Star is co-moving with TOI-1807 [96]
TOI-2076 c 0.396±0.004 17.1932±0.01 0.0885±0.0038 734±11 transit 136.70±0.23 0.850+0.025
−0.026
5187+54
−53
Star is co-moving with TOI-1807 [96]
TOI-2076 d 0.370±0.006 25.0893±0.01 0.1138+0.0048
−0.0049
648±10 transit 136.70±0.23 0.850+0.025
−0.026
5187+54
−53
Star is co-moving with TOI-1807 [96]
TOI-2257 b 0.196±0.010 35.189346 0.145±0.003 256+61
−17
transit 188.5±0.3 0.33±0.02 3430±130 Habitable zone planet [97]
TOI-712 b 0.0176 0.183+0.011
−0.007
9.531361+0.000018
−0.000017
0.07928+0.00096
−0.00091
650.0+6.0
−5.9
transit 191.2±0.4 0.732+0.027
−0.025
4622+61
−59
[98]
TOI-712 c 0.0274 0.241+0.008
−0.007
51.69906±0.00017 0.2447+0.0030
−0.0028
369.9+3.4
−3.3
transit 191.2±0.4 0.732+0.027
−0.025
4622+61
−59
[98]
TOI-712 d 0.0236 0.221+0.008
−0.007
84.83960+0.00043
−0.00040
0.3405+0.0041
−0.0039
313.6+2.9
−2.8
transit 191.2±0.4 0.732+0.027
−0.025
4622+61
−59
[98]
OGLE-2019-BLG-0468Lb 3.43+1.83
−1.17
3.29+4.15
−2.52
microlensing 14000±3000 0.92+0.49
−0.32
Multiple solutions for orbital parameters [99]
OGLE-2019-BLG-0468Lc 10.22+5.46
−3.50
2.77+3.49
−2.12
microlensing 14000±3000 0.92+0.49
−0.32
Multiple solutions for orbital parameters [99]
KMT-2021-BLG-0912Lb 0.022+0.007
−0.008
3.03+3.46
−2.46
microlensing 22000±3000 0.75+0.23
−0.28
Multiple solutions for orbital parameters [100]
HD 137496 b 0.0127±0.0017 0.117±0.005 1.62116±0.00008 0.02732±0.00019 2130+30
−29
transit 509±6 1.035±0.022 5799±61 [101]
HD 137496 c 7.66±0.11 479.9+1.1
−1.0
1.2163+0.0087
−0.0088
370±5 radial vel. 509±6 1.035±0.022 5799±61 [101]
HD 19615 b 8.5±0.7 402±2 1.1±0.1 radial vel. 872±7 1.1±0.1 3987±125 Red giant host star [102]
HD 150010 b 2.4±0.4 562±8 1.1±0.1 radial vel. 473.4±2.1 1.3±0.1 4256±125 Red giant host star [102]
HD 174205 b 4.2±0.5 582±17 1.7±0.1 radial vel. 769±5 1.8±0.1 4393±125 Red giant host star [102]
KMT-2018-BLG-1988Lb 0.021+0.015
−0.011
2.83+1.23
−0.97
microlensing 14000+6000
−5000
0.48+0.33
−0.25
Multiple solutions for orbital parameters [103]
KOI-984b 0.0544±0.0094 0.384±0.004 4.2881785±0.0000035 0.0504±0.0006 1022+31
−30
transit 749±4 0.928±0.031 5295±150 Another planet in system on poorly constrained orbit [104]
TOI-2109b 5.02±0.75 1.347±0.047 0.67247414±0.00000028 0.01791±0.00065 3631±69 transit 846±9 1.447+0.075
−0.078
6530+160
−150
[105]
TOI-1238b 0.0183±0.0035 0.108±0.010 0.764596+0.000016
−0.000013
0.0139±0.0008 1133±167 transit 2030.44±0.20 0.59±0.02 4089±54 [106]
TOI-1238c 0.0262±0.0059 0.188±0.013 3.294733+0.000040
−0.000047
0.037±0.002 695±105 transit 2030.44±0.20 0.59±0.02 4089±54 [106]
K2-99c 8.4±0.2 522.2±1.4 1.43±0.01 390±6 radial vel. 1980 1.6 5990 [107]
HIP 5763b 0.51 30.014+0.1528
−0.2842
0.170 radial vel. 104.17±0.14 0.72 [108]
HIP 34222b 0.83 160.0+2.7
−2.9
0.492 radial vel. 74.55±0.09 0.62 [108]
HIP 86221b 0.71 2.224+0.0004
−0.0005
0.031 radial vel. 96±11 0.79 [108]

Specific exoplanet lists


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