List of exoplanets discovered in 2011

Summary

This is a List of exoplanets discovered in 2011.[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
7 Canis Majoris b 1.85 735.1 1.758 radial vel. 64.65 1.34 4826 [2]
82 G. Eridani b 0.0085 18.315 0.1207 660 radial vel. 19.57 0.7 5401 [3]
82 G. Eridani c 0.0076 40.114 0.2036 508 radial vel. 19.57 0.7 5401 [3]
82 G. Eridani d 0.015 90.309 0.3499 388 radial vel. 19.57 0.7 5401 [3]
BD+48 738 b 0.91 392.6 1.0 radial vel. 2910 0.74 4414 [4]
CFBDSIR J145829+101343 b 10.5 10037.5 2.6 370 imaging 75.34 0.02 580 Likely brown dwarf[5]
COCONUTS-2b 6.3+1.5
−1.9
400000000 7506+5205
−2060
434±9 imaging 35.6 0.37±0.02 3406±69 Planet also catalogued as WISEPA J075108.79−763449.6,[6] planet in 2021, also planet with the longest orbital period
CoRoT-16b 0.535 1.17 5.35227 0.0618 1086 transit 2740 1.1 5650 [7]
CoRoT-17b 2.43 1.02 3.7681 0.0461 1626 transit 3001 1.04 5740 [8]
CoRoT-18b 3.47 1.31 1.9000693 0.0295 1550 transit 2838 0.95 5440 [9]
CoRoT-19b 1.11 1.29 3.89713 0.0518 2000 transit 2511 1.21 6090 [10]
CoRoT-20b 4.3 0.84 9.24285 0.09 1024 transit 2819 1.14 4947 [11]
CoRoT-23b 2.8 1.05 3.6313 0.048 1660 transit 1957 1.14 5900 [12]
Gliese 433 b 0.01901 7.3705 0.062 radial vel. 29.58 0.48 3461 [13]
Gliese 667 Cc 0.012 28.14 0.125 radial vel. 22.18 0.33 3350 [13]Potentially habitable exoplanet
Gliese 785 b 0.0532 74.72 0.32 355 radial vel. 28.7 0.8 5166 [3]
Gliese 785 c 0.076 525.8 1.18 185 radial vel. 28.7 0.8 5166 [3]
HAT-P-27b 0.62 1.02 3.039577 0.04 transit 665.38 0.94 5300 [14]
HAT-P-28b 0.626 1.212 3.257215 0.0434 1384 transit 1288 1.02 5680 [15]
HAT-P-29b 0.88 1.17 5.72319 0.0667 1271 transit 1032 1.45 6087 [15]Proper name Surt
HAT-P-30b 0.83 1.44 2.8106 0.0419 1630 transit 702.2 1.55 6304 Independent discoveries[16][17]
HAT-P-31b 2.27 1.09 5.00542 0.061 1450 transit 1133 1.31 6065 Additional planet in system suspected.[18]
HAT-P-32b 0.68 1.98 2.1500082 0.03397 1836 transit 950.81 1.13 6001 [19]
HAT-P-33b 0.92 1.85 3.47447 0.04995 1782 transit 1306 1.82 6446 [19]
HD 1461 c 0.01759 13.5052 0.1117 radial vel. 76.5 1.02 5765 [20]Planet confirmed in 2015[21]
HD 1502 b 2.75 428.5 1.262 radial vel. 626.11 1.46 4947 [22]Proper name Indépendance
HD 5891 b 7.63 177.11 0.64 radial vel. 932.02 1.93 4673 [22]
HD 7199 b 0.27 615 1.36 radial vel. 118.04 0.77 5371 [23]Proper name Hairu
HD 7449 A b 0.508 1255.5 2.38 radial vel. 126.26 1.05 6024 [23]
HD 14651 b 47±3.4 79.4179±0.0021 0.361±0.013 radial vel. 127 0.96±0.03 5491±26 Brown dwarf or star[24]
HD 18742 b 3.4 766 1.82 radial vel. 532.86 1.36 4940 [22]Proper name Bagan
HD 20003 b 0.0378±0.0031 11.849±0.003 0.0974±0.0016 radial vel. 136.6±0.2 0.942±0.046 5510+48
−137
[20]
HD 20003 c 0.0422±0.0040 33.823±0.065 0.1961±0.0032 radial vel. 136.6±0.2 0.942±0.046 5510+48
−137
[20]
HD 20781 b 0.0334+0.0038
−0.0037
29.158+0.0102
−0.01
0.1647+0.0076
−0.0083
radial vel. 115.36±4.4 0.7 5256±29 [20]
HD 20781 c 0.0442±0.0049 85.5073+0.0983
−0.0947
0.3374+0.0155
−0.017
radial vel. 115.36±4.4 0.7 5256±29 [20]
HD 21693 b 0.0259+0.0034
−0.0033
0.1976 22.6786+0.0085
−0.0087
0.1455+0.0058
−0.0063
radial vel. 105.61±1.66 0.8 5430±26 [20]Confirmed in 2017.[25]
HD 21693 c 0.0547±0.0056 53.7357+0.0312
−0.0309
0.2586+0.0103
−0.0113
radial vel. 105.61±1.66 0.8 5430±26 [20]Confirmed in 2017.[25]
HD 22781 b 13.65 528.07 1.167 radial vel. 106.43 0.75 5027 [24]
HD 28678 b 1.542 380.2 1.18 radial vel. 622.72 1.53 4972 [22]Proper name Tassili
HD 30246 b 55.1+20.3
−8.2
990.7±5.6 2.012±0.069 radial vel. 160 1.05±0.04 5833±44 Brown dwarf or star[24]
HD 30856 b 1.547 847 1.85 radial vel. 429.56 1.17 4895 [22]Proper name Nakanbé
HD 31527 b 0.0329±0.0028 16.5535+0.0034
−0.0035
0.1254+0.0041
−0.0045
radial vel. 125.8±2.9 0.96 5898±13 [20]Planet confirmed in 2017[25]
HD 31527 c 0.0445±0.0040.0039 51.2053+0.0373
−0.0368
0.2663+0.0088
−0.0095
radial vel. 125.8±2.9 0.96 5898±13 [20]Planet confirmed in 2017[25]
HD 31527 d 0.0372+0.0053
−0.0052
271.6737+2.1135
−2.2471
0.8098+0.0273
−0.0293
radial vel. 125.8±2.9 0.96 5898±13 [20]Planet confirmed in 2017[25]
HD 33142 b 1.385 326 1.07 radial vel. 397.27 1.41 4978 [22]
HD 39194 b [ru] 0.0126 5.63 0.056±0.001 radial vel. 71.43 0.67±0.04 5205±23 [20]Confirmed in 2017 and 2021.[26][27]
HD 39194 c [ru] 0.0198 14.03 0.103±0.002 radial vel. 71.43 0.67±0.04 5205±23 [20]Confirmed in 2017 and 2021.[26][27]
HD 39194 d [ru] 0.0126 33.91 0.185±0.033 radial vel. 71.43 0.67±0.04 5205±23 [20]Confirmed in 2017 and 2021.[26][27]
HD 45184 b 0.0384+0.0033
−0.0032
5.8854±0.0003 0.0644+0.002
−0.0021
radial vel. 71.36±0.62 1.03 5869±14 [20]Confirmed in 2017[26]
HD 51608 b [ru] 0.0402+0.0038
−0.0037
14.0726±0.0016 0.1059+0.0043
−0.0046
radial vel. 113.6±2.02 0.8 5358±22 [20]Confirmed in 2017.[26][25]
HD 51608 c [ru] 0.045+0.0051
−0.0048
95.9446+0.1555
−0.1366
0.3809+0.0153
−0.0164
radial vel. 113.6±2.02 0.8 5358±22 [20]Confirmed in 2017.[26][25]
HD 82886 b 2.33 705 1.58 radial vel. 415.93 2.53 4953 [22]Proper name Arber
HD 85512 b 0.01 58.43 0.26 298 radial vel. 36.79 0.43 4300 [3]
HD 93385 Ac 0.0223 13.18 0.112±0.002 radial vel. 141.6±0.2 1.04±0.01 5823±35 [20]Originally planet HD 93385 b, confirmed in 2017,[26] renamed in 2021[27]
HD 93385 Ad 0.0274 45.84 0.2565±0.0043 radial vel. 141.6±0.2 1.04±0.01 5823±35 [20]Originally planet HD 93385 c, confirmed in 2017,[26] renamed in 2021.[27]
HD 96063 b 1.27 362.5 1.11 radial vel. 458.66 1.37 5020 [22]Proper name Ramajay
HD 96127 b 20.96 647.3 1.42 radial vel. 1949 10.94 3943 [4]Likely not a planet, but a star[28]
HD 96700 b 0.0280 8.12 0.0777±0.0013 radial vel. 84±1 0.89±0.01 5845±13 [20]Also unconfirmed planet between orbits b and c[27]
HD 96700 c 0.0400 103.5 0.424±0.007 radial vel. 84±1 0.89±0.01 5845±13 [20]Also unconfirmed planet between orbits b and c[27]
HD 98219 b 1.964 433.8 1.26 radial vel. 372.06 1.41 4925 [22]Proper name Ixbalanqué
HD 99706 b 1.23 841 1.98 radial vel. 480.15 1.46 4862 [22]
HD 100655 b 1.61 157.57001 0.68 radial vel. 449.2 2.28 4891 [29]Proper name Sazum
HD 102329 b 8.16 778.1 1.81 radial vel. 712.41 3.21 4745 [22]
HD 106270 b 10.13 1888 3.34 radial vel. 306.79 1.39 5509 [22]
HD 108863 b 2.414 437.7 1.32 radial vel. 539.87 1.59 4878 [22]
HD 116029 b 1.4 670 1.65 radial vel. 403.4 0.83 4819 [22]One more planet in the system (unconfirmed)
HD 131496 b 1.8 896 2.01 radial vel. 431.65 1.34 4846 [22]Proper name Madriu
HD 132563 Bb 1.49 1544 2.62 radial vel. 344.01 1.08 6073 [30]
HD 134060 b 0.0318+0.0025
−0.0024
3.2696±0.0001 0.0444±0.0007 radial vel. 78.38±0.07 1.095 5966±14 [20]Eccentric orbit, confirmed in 2017.[25]
HD 134060 c 0.0922+0.0139
−0.0133
1292+48
−44
2.226±0.051 radial vel. 78.38±0.07 1.095 5966±14 [20]Confirmed in 2017.[25]
HD 134606 b 0.0292±0.0030 12.083±0.010 0.1023±0.0017 radial vel. 87.45±0.07 0.998±0.024 5616±34 [20]
HD 134606 c 0.0382±0.0053 59.52±0.17 0.2962±0.0049 radial vel. 87.45±0.07 0.998±0.024 5616±34 [20]
HD 134606 d 0.1212±0.0130 459.3±8.3 1.157±0.024 radial vel. 87.45±0.07 0.998±0.024 5616±34 [20]
HD 137388 b 0.2 330 0.89 radial vel. 132.2 0.68 5181 [23]Proper name Kererū
HD 142245 b 3.07 1299 2.78 radial vel. 318.01 3.5 4922 [22]
HD 152581 b 1.869 686.5 1.66 radial vel. 543.2 1.3 5027 [22]Proper name Ganja
HD 156279 b 9.88 131.05 0.49 radial vel. 118.17 0.95 5453 [24]
HD 158038 b 1.53 521 1.5 radial vel. 310.25 1.3 4860 [22]
HD 150433 b 0.168±0.020 1096±27 1.930±0.045 radial vel. 99.36±0.10 [20]
HD 154088 b 0.0208 18.56±0.01 0.134±0.002 radial vel. 58.2±0.5 0.91±0.02 5374±43 [20]Confirmed in 2021[27]
HD 157172 b 0.12 104.84±0.13 0.416±0.007 radial vel. 107.75±0.22 [20]
HD 163607 b 0.7836 75.2203 0.362 radial vel. 221.53 1.12 5522 [31]
HD 163607 c 2.201 1272 2.39 radial vel. 221.53 1.12 5522 [31]
HD 164509 b 0.443 280.17 0.87 radial vel. 173.49 1.12 5922 [31]
HD 189567 b 0.0267 14.3 0.111±0.002 radial vel. 58.43±0.04 0.83±0.01 5726±15 [20]Confirmed in 2021, also unconfirmed planet HD 189567 c in the system[27]
HD 192310 c 0.076 525.8 1.18 radial vel. 28.7 0.78 5069 [3]
HD 204313 c 0.0553 34.905 0.2099 radial vel. 154 1.02 5776 [20]Confirmed in 2015.[21]
HD 215152 c 0.0054+0.0019
−0.0023
7.2824+0.0045
−0.0083
0.06739+0.00086
−0.00089
radial vel. 70.48±0.16 0.770±0.015 4935±76 [20]Confirmed in 2018.[32]
HD 215152 d 0.0088+0.0025
−0.0029
10.8650+0.0056
−0.0061
0.0880+0.0011
−0.0012
radial vel. 70.48±0.16 0.770±0.015 4935±76 [20]Confirmed in 2018.[32]
HD 204941 b 0.266 1733 2.55 radial vel. 93.74 0.58 5026 [23]
HD 215456 b 0.101 191.99±0.73 0.652±0.011 radial vel. 129.3±0.2 [20]
HD 215456 c 0.246 2277±67 3.394±0.088 radial vel. 129.3±0.2 [20]
HD 240237 b 15.89 745.7 1.92 radial vel. 3125 8.76 3926 [4]
HIP 5158 c 15.04 9017.76 7.7 radial vel. 168.56 0.78 4962 [33]
HIP 57274 b 0.02 8.1352 0.07 radial vel. 84.41 0.29 4510 [34]
HIP 57274 c 0.40902 32.03 0.178 radial vel. 84.41 0.29 4510 [34]
HIP 57274 d 0.5267 431.7 1.01 radial vel. 84.41 0.29 4510 [34]
HU Aquarii b 5.9 2390 3.6 timing 626.89 0.88 5952 Controversial
HU Aquarii c 4.5 4368 5.4 timing 626.89 0.88 5952 Controversial
Kepler-10b 0.0145 0.132 0.837491 0.0172 2130 transit 608.3 0.91 5708 [35]
Kepler-10c 0.02319 0.207 45.2946 0.241 584 transit 608.3 0.91 5708 [36]
Kepler-11b 0.006 0.161 10.3039 0.091 transit 2148 0.96 5663 [37]
Kepler-11c 0.009 0.256 13.0241 0.107 transit 2148 0.96 5663 [37]
Kepler-11d 0.023 0.278 22.6845 0.155 transit 2148 0.96 5663 [37]
Kepler-11e 0.025 0.374 31.9996 0.195 transit 2148 0.96 5663 [37]
Kepler-11f 0.006 0.222 46.6888 0.25 transit 2148 0.96 5663 [37]
Kepler-11g 0.079 0.297 118.3807 0.466 transit 2148 0.96 5663 [37]
Kepler-12b 0.432 1.754 4.4379629 0.0553 1480 transit 2950 1.17 5947 [38]
Kepler-13b 9.28 1.512 1.763588 0.03641 2550 transit 1354 1.72 7650 [39]
Kepler-14b 8.4 1.136 6.790123 0.0771 1605 transit 3196 1.51 6395 [40]
Kepler-15b 0.66 0.96 4.942782 0.05714 1251 transit 2464 1.02 5515 [41]
Kepler-16b 0.333 0.754 228.776 0.7048 transit 245.44 0.69 4450 [42]
Kepler-17b 2.45 1.31 1.4857108 0.02591 1570 transit 2609 1.16 5781 [43]
Kepler-18b 0.022 0.178 3.504725 0.0447 transit 1430 0.97 5345 [44]
Kepler-18c 0.054 0.49 7.64159 0.0752 transit 1430 0.97 5345 [44]
Kepler-18d 0.052 0.623 14.85888 0.1172 transit 1430 0.97 5345 [44]
Kepler-19b 0.02643 0.197 9.28716 0.085 transit 717.4 0.94 5544 [45]
Kepler-19c 0.04122 28.731 timing 717.4 0.94 5544 [45]
Kepler-20b 0.03052 0.167 3.69611525 0.0463 1105 transit 929.18 0.95 5495 [46]
Kepler-20c 0.04012 0.272 10.85409089 0.0949 772 transit 929.18 0.95 5495 [46]
Kepler-20d 0.03168 0.245 77.61130017 0.3506 401 transit 929.18 0.95 5495 [46]
Kepler-20e 0.01 0.077 6.09852281 0.0639 1040 transit 929.18 0.95 5495 [46]
Kepler-20f 0.045 0.089 19.57758478 0.1396 705 transit 929.18 0.95 5495 [46]
Kepler-21b 0.01598 0.146 2.78578 0.042717 2025 transit 370 1.41 6305 [47]
Kepler-22b 0.113 0.212 289.8623 0.849 262 transit 619.72 0.97 5518 Potentially habitable exoplanet[48]
Kepler-23b 0.8 0.17 7.1073 0.075 transit 2793 1.1 5828 [49]
Kepler-23c 2.7 0.285 10.7421 0.099 transit 2793 1.1 5828 [49]
Kepler-24b 1.6 0.214 8.1453 0.08 transit 3901 0.98 5897 [49]
Kepler-24c 1.6 0.25 12.3335 0.106 transit 3901 0.98 5897 [49]
Kepler-25b 0.0275 0.245 6.238297 0.068 transit 798.98 1.19 6270 [50]
Kepler-25c 0.0479 0.465 12.7207 0.11 transit 798.98 1.19 6270 [50]
Kepler-26b 0.01611 0.248 12.28 0.08551 427 transit 1104 0.54 3914 [50]
Kepler-26c 0.01951 0.243 17.2559 0.10725 381 transit 1104 0.54 3914 [50]
Kepler-27b 9.11 0.357 15.3348 0.118 transit 3507 0.65 5400 [50]
Kepler-27c 13.8 0.437 31.3309 0.191 transit 3507 0.65 5400 [50]
Kepler-28b 1.51 0.321 5.9123 0.062 583 transit 1448 0.75 4590 [50]
Kepler-28c 1.36 0.303 8.9858 0.081 507 transit 1448 0.75 4590 [50]
Kepler-29b 0.01419 0.299 10.3384 0.09 transit 2779 0.98 5701 [51]
Kepler-29c 0.01259 0.28 13.2884 0.11 transit 2779 0.98 5701 [51]
Kepler-31b 0.491 20.8613 0.16 transit 5700 1.21 6340 [52]
Kepler-31c 4.7 0.473 42.6318 0.26 transit 5700 1.21 6340 [52]
Kepler-32b 4.1 0.196 5.90124 0.05 530 transit 1066 0.58 3900 [52]
Kepler-32c 0.5 0.178 8.7522 0.09 470 transit 1066 0.58 3900 [52]
Kepler-33b 0.155 5.66793 0.0677 transit 4086 1.29 5904 [53]
Kepler-33c 0.00123 0.285 13.17562 0.1189 transit 4086 1.29 5904 [53]
Kepler-33d 0.0123 0.477 21.77596 0.1662 transit 4086 1.29 5904 [53]
Kepler-33e 0.01753 0.359 31.7844 0.2138 transit 4086 1.29 5904 [53]
Kepler-39b 20.1 1.24 21.08721 0.164 897 transit 3557 1.29 6350 [54]brown dwarf
Kepler-41b 0.56 1.29 1.8555582 0.03101 1790 transit 3680 1.15 5750 [55]
Kepler-42b 0.07 1.2137672 0.0116 519 transit 126.23 0.13 3068 [36]
Kepler-42c 0.065 0.45328509 0.006 720 transit 126.23 0.13 3068 [36]
Kepler-42d 0.051 1.865169 0.0154 450 transit 126.23 0.13 3068 [36]
Kepler-43 b 3.23 1.219 3.0240949 0.046 1620 transit 3379 1.32 6041 [43]
Kepler-44b 1.0 1.09 3.2467293 0.0446 1544 transit 4009 1.12 5800 [43]
Kepler-45b 0.505 0.96 2.455239 0.03 1000 transit 1086 0.59 3820 [53]
Kepler-70b 0.0014 0.068 0.240104 0.006 orbital brightness modulation 3849 0.5 27730 Controversial[56]
Kepler-70c 0.0021 0.077 0.342887 0.0076 orbital brightness modulation 3849 0.5 27730 Controversial[56]
MOA-2009-BLG-266Lb 0.033 2774 3.2 microlensing 9900 0.56 [57]
Nu2 Lupi b 0.0145 0.132 11.57779+0.00091
−0.0011
0.0969+0.0019
−0.0017
radial vel. 47.85±0.07 0.87±0.04 5664±61 [20]
Nu2 Lupi c 0.0355 0.233 27.5909+0.0028
−0.0031
0.1729+0.0034
−0.0030
radial vel. 47.85±0.07 0.87±0.04 5664±61 [20]
Nu2 Lupi d 0.0278 0.229 107.245±0.050 0.425±0.012 radial vel. 47.85±0.07 0.87±0.04 5664±61 [20]
NY Vir (AB) b 2.3 3160 3.3 timing 1800 0.6 33000 Circumbinary planet[58]
NY Vir (AB) c 4.49 9861.75 7.54 timing 1800 0.6 33000 Circumbinary planet[59]
PSR J1719-1438 b 1.2 0.09070629 0.0044 timing 3914 1.4 4500 Shortest orbital period of any known exoplanet[60]
Qatar-2 b 2.494 1.254 1.33711647 0.02153 1344 transit 594.67 0.74 4645 [61]
TrES-5 1.79 1.194 1.48224686 0.02459 1480 transit 1188 0.9 5171 [62]
UZ Fornacis b 6.3 5840 5.9 timing 781.5 0.7 5286 false positive
UZ Fornacis c 7.7 1916.25 2.8 timing 781.5 0.7 5286 unconfirmed as in 2020
WASP-35b 0.72±0.06 1.32±0.03 3.16158 0.04317 transit 663.39 1.05 5990 [16]
WASP-39b 0.28 1.27 4.055259 0.0486 1166 transit 750.18 0.93 5400 [63]Proper name Bocaprins
WASP-43b 1.78 0.93 0.813475 0.0142 1427 transit 260.93 0.58 4400 [64]
WASP-44b 0.87 1.1 2.423804 0.03453 1337 transit 1201 0.94 5420 [65]
WASP-45b 0.964 0.946 3.126089 0.03963 1153 transit 693.04 0.85 5150 [65]
WASP-46b 1.91 1.174 1.43036763 0.02335 1636 transit 1237 0.83 5600 [65]
WASP-48b 0.8 1.5 2.14363 0.03444 2035 transit 1501 0.88 5920 [16]
WASP-50 b 1.4688 1.166 1.9551 0.0293 1395 transit 606.08 0.89 5400 [66]Proper name Maeping
WD 0806-661 b 7.5 2500 323 imaging 62.62 0.62 9552 Y-type sub-brown dwarf[67]

Specific exoplanet lists


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