List of exoplanets discovered in 2010

Summary

This is a List of exoplanets discovered in 2010.[1]

For exoplanets detected only by radial velocity, the mass value is actually 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
2MASS J04414489+2301513 b 7.5 15.0 imaging 456.63 0.02
24 Sextantis b 1.99 452.8 1.333 radial vel. 235.53 1.54 5098
24 Sextantis c 0.86 883 2.08 radial vel. 235.53 1.54 5098
Alpha Arietis b 1.8 380.8 1.2 radial vel. 65.92 1.5 4553
CoRoT-8b 0.22 0.57 6.21229 0.063 870 transit 1239 0.88 5080
CoRoT-10b 2.75 0.97 13.2406 0.1055 600 transit 1125 0.89 5075
CoRoT-11b 2.33 1.43 2.99433 0.0436 1657 transit 1827 1.27 6440
CoRoT-12b 0.917 1.44 2.828042 0.04016 1442 transit 3751 1.08 5675
CoRoT-13b 1.308 0.885 4.03519 0.051 1700 transit 3457 1.09 5945
CoRoT-14b 7.6 1.09 1.51214 0.027 1952 transit 4371 1.13 6035
Gliese 676 Ab 6.7 1056.8 1.82 radial vel. 52.28 0.73 3734
Gliese 876 e 0.046 124.26 0.3343 radial vel. 15.26 0.32 3129
Gliese 1148 b 0.30425 41.38 0.166 radial vel. 35.94 0.35 3264
Gliese 3634 b 0.026 2.64561 0.0287 radial vel. 64.58 0.45 3685
GSC 06214-00210 b 16.0 1.8 320 2300 imaging 472.94 0.9 4200
HAT-P-14b 3.44 1.42 4.62767 0.0596 1624 transit 730.94 2.65 6600 Proper name Sissi
HAT-P-15b 1.94 1.06 10.8635 0.0965 904 transit 631.33 1.0 5568 [2]Proper name Tryzub
HAT-P-16b 4.193 1.289 2.77596 0.0413 1626 transit 766.49 1.22 6158 [3]
HAT-P-17b 0.58 1.05 10.33852 0.0882 792 transit 302.13 0.99 5246
HAT-P-17c 3.4 5584 5.6 radial vel. 302.13 0.99 5246
HAT-P-18b 0.197 0.995 5.508023 0.0559 852 transit 541.44 0.77 4803 [4]
HAT-P-19b 0.292 1.132 4.008778 0.0466 1010 transit 701.26 0.84 4990 [4]
HAT-P-20b 7.246 0.867 2.875317 0.0361 970 transit 228.32 0.76 4595 [5]
HAT-P-21b 4.87 1.11 4.12448 0.0494 1283 transit 911.57 1.24 5588 [5]Proper name Bambaruush
HAT-P-22b 2.47 1.15 3.21222 0.0414 1463 transit 267.33 1.13 5302 [5]
HAT-P-23b 1.34 1.09 1.21288 0.0232 1951 transit 1202 0.58 5905 [5]Proper name Jebus
HAT-P-24b 0.75 1.3 3.35524 0.04651 1637 transit 1371 1.37 6373
HAT-P-25b 0.569 1.135 3.65281514 0.0466 1182 transit 988.12 1.01 5519 [6]
HAT-P-26b 0.07 0.63 4.23452 0.0479 1001 transit 464.49 1.12 5079 [7]
HD 1461 b 0.02026 5.77152 0.0634 radial vel. 76.55 1.02 5765
BD-11 4672 b 0.6 1634±14 2.36±0.04 radial vel. 88.6 0.571 4475±100 [8]
HD 1690 b 8.79 533 1.36 radial vel. 2509 1.86 4374 [8]
HD 4313 b 8.79 533 1.36 radial vel. 438±2 1.86 4374 [9]
HD 25171 b 0.95±0.1 1845±15 3.02±0.16 radial vel. 179.3±4.9 1.09±0.3 6160±65 [8]
HD 217786 A b 13.0 1319 2.38 radial vel. 178.74 1.02 5966 Orbiting a primary star in binary system, planet is likely a low-mass brown dwarf[8]
HD 8535 b 0.68 1313 2.45 radial vel. 171.24 1.13 6136
HD 10180 c 0.0416 5.75969 0.06412 radial vel. 127.21 1.06 5911
HD 10180 d 0.0378 16.357 0.12859 radial vel. 127.21 1.06 5911
HD 10180 e 0.0805 49.748 0.2699 radial vel. 127.21 1.06 5911
HD 10180 f 0.0722 122.744 0.4929 radial vel. 127.21 1.06 5911
HD 10180 g 0.0732 604.67 1.427 radial vel. 127.21 1.06 5911
HD 10180 h 0.2066 2205 3.381 radial vel. 127.21 1.06 5911
HD 25171 b 0.915 1802.29 2.971 radial vel. 181.68 1.08 6125 [8]
HD 28254 b 1.16 1116 2.15 radial vel. 178.41 1.06 5664
HD 31253 b 0.62 466 1.26 radial vel. 189.96 1.7 6130 [10]
HD 38283 b 0.4 363.2 1.02 radial vel. 124.27 1.37 5981 Proper name Yanyan
HD 43197 b 0.6 327.8 0.92 radial vel. 183.63 0.96 5508 Proper name Equiano
HD 44219 b 0.58 472.3 1.19 radial vel. 164.39 1.0 5752
HD 86226 b 0.92 1695 2.84 radial vel. 149.19 1.06 5903 [11]
HD 95089 b 1.26 464.4 1.36 radial vel. 448.35 1.54 4918 [9]
HD 97658 b 0.03 0.21 9.4909 0.0796 757 radial vel. 70.39 0.89 5175
HD 102365 b 0.05 122.1 0.46 radial vel. 30.3 0.85 5630
HD 102956 b 0.96 6.4947 0.0807 radial vel. 398.97 1.66 4985 Proper name Isagel
HD 109246 b 0.86 68.27 0.33 radial vel. 221.7 1.2 5844 [12]Proper name Fold
HD 113538 b 0.36 663.2 1.24 radial vel. 51.86 0.58 4462 [8]
HD 113538 c 0.93 1818 2.44 radial vel. 51.86 0.58 4462 [8]
HD 129445 b 1.6 1840 2.9 radial vel. 220.39 0.99 5605 [11]
HD 136418 b 2.14 464.3 1.29 radial vel. 344.07 1.48 4989 [9]Proper name Awasis
HD 145457 b 2.23 176.3 0.76 radial vel. 443.0 1.23 4769 Proper name Chura
HD 152079 b 2.661 2918.92 4.187 radial vel. 287.39 1.15 5907 [11]
HD 156668 b 0.013 4.6455 0.05 radial vel. 79.42 0.77 4850
HD 164604 b 1.99792 641.472 1.331 radial vel. 128.54 0.77 4684 [11]Proper name Caleuche
HD 175167 b 8.97 1290 2.4 radial vel. 232.33 1.37 5635 [11]
HD 176051 b 1.5 1016 1.76 astrometry 49 1.07/0.71 6000/? First planet discovered by astrometry, it is not known which star it orbits
HD 177830 c 0.15 110.9 0.5137 radial vel. 205.09 1.7 4901 [10]
HD 180314 b 20.13 396.03 1.46 radial vel. 400.5 2.2 4924
HD 180902 b 1.685 510.9 1.4 radial vel. 342.12 1.41 4961 [9]
HD 181342 b 2.54 564.1 1.592 radial vel. 394.04 1.69 4945 [9]Proper name Dopere
HD 200964 b 1.599 606.3 1.565 radial vel. 237.25 1.39 4982
HD 200964 c 1.214 852.5 1.96 radial vel. 237.25 1.39 4982
HD 204313 b 3.46 1920.1 3.07 radial vel. 156.1 1.03 5783
HD 206610 b 2.036 673.2 1.74 radial vel. 482.01 1.55 4842 [9]Proper name Naron
HD 212771 b 2.39 380.7 1.19 radial vel. 363.71 1.56 5003 [9]Proper name Victoriapeak
HD 218566 b 0.2 225.7 0.69 radial vel. 94.1 0.76 4730 [10]Proper name Ugarit
HIP 12961 b 0.36 57.435 0.25 radial vel. 76.29 0.69 3901 Proper name Aumatex
HIP 78530 b 23.0 740 2700 imaging 511.1 2.5 10500
HR 8799 e 10.0 1.17 20815.6 16.4 1150 imaging 128.51 1.51 7400
Kepler-8b 0.59 1.416 3.5224991 0.0474 1680 transit 3434 1.21 6213
Kepler-9b 0.13655 0.74 19.23891 0.143 transit 2003 1.02 5774
Kepler-9c 0.09408 0.721 38.9853 0.227 transit 2003 1.02 5774
Kepler-9d 0.146 1.592851 0.0273 2026 transit 2003 1.02 5774
Kepler-40b 2.2 1.17 6.87349 0.08 1620 transit 8807 1.48 6510
Kepler-71b 1.11 3.90512 0.0477 transit 2609 0.95 5545
MOA-2009-BLG-319Lb 0.16 2.4 microlensing 19900 0.38
MOA-2009-BLG-387Lb 2.56 1982 1.82 microlensing 18600 0.19
NN Serpentis c 7.33 5573.55 5.35 timing 1631 0.54 57000
NN Serpentis d 2.3 2883.5 3.43 timing 1631 0.54 57000
Qatar 1 b 1.294 1.143 1.4200242 0.02332 1532±219 transit 608.66 0.84 5013 [13][14]
Ross 458 c 6.28536 1.22 1168 imaging 37.54 0.49 3621 Has the largest orbit for a circumbinary planet
SR 12 AB c 13.0 1100 imaging 366±18 3828 Circumbinary, already at the deuterium-burning mass limit and still accreting.[15][16]
WASP-8b 2.54 1.13 8.15872 0.0801 950 transit 294.17 1.34 5600
WASP-21b 0.3 1.07 4.322482 0.052 1340 transit 849.11 0.89 5800 Proper name Bendida
WASP-22b 0.67 1.23 3.53269 0.047 1502 transit 1045 1.46 6000 Proper name Koyopa'
WASP-23b [ru] 0.884 0.962 2.9444256 0.0376 transit 680.84 0.78 5150 [17]
WASP-24b 1.24 1.38 2.34121 0.03651 1772 transit 1060 1.43 6075
WASP-25b 0.44 1.07 3.76483 0.0473 1210 transit 693.76 0.67 5750 [18][19][20]
WASP-26b 0.85 1.21 2.7566 0.03985 1650 transit 830.13 0.86 6034 [21]
WASP-28b 0.907 1.213 3.40883 0.04469 1468 transit 1300 1.02 6150 [22],also rediscovered in 2014[23]
WASP-29b 0.23 0.77 3.92273 0.0457 970 transit 286.44 0.77 4800 [24][25][26][27][28]
WASP-31b 0.478 1.549 3.4059096 0.04659 1575 transit 1174 1.16 6302
WASP-32b 2.63 0.96 2.71866 0.0394 transit 907.3 0.72 6140 [29][30][31][32] Proper name Viculus
WASP-33b 2.093 1.593 1.21987 0.0239 2782 transit 399.1 1.5 7430
WASP-34b 0.56 1.0 4.31768 0.0524 1250 transit 432.46 0.96 5700 [33] Proper name Haik
WASP-36b 2.361 1.327 1.53736596 0.02677 1733 transit 1274 1.08 5959 [34][35][36][37][38][39]
WASP-37b 1.8 1.16 3.577469 0.0446 1323+23
−15
transit 1119 0.925±0.12 5800±150 Metal-poor host star[40]
WASP-38b 3.44 1.23 6.87188 0.07522 1250 transit 446.1 1.76 6180 [41][31][42] Proper name Iztok[43]
WASP-41b 0.94 1.18 3.052404 0.04 1244 transit 590 0.93 5545 [44]
HD 192310 b 0.053 74.72 0.32 radial vel. 28.7 0.78 5069 [45]

Specific exoplanet lists


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