List of exoplanets discovered in 2020

Summary

This list of exoplanets discovered in 2020 is a list of confirmed exoplanets that were first observed in 2020.

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
2MASS J1155-7919 b 10 582 imaging 330 [1]Very young Super-Jupiter on unusually wide orbit.[2]
HD 38677 b 18.57±0.01 0.1462±0.0012 877 radial vel. 202.2169±3.261564 1.21±0.03 6196±29 DMPP-1[3]Found by Dispersed Matter Planet Project looking for hot ablating planets.
HD 38677 c 6.584+0.003
−0.002
0.0733+0.0006
−0.0007
1239 radial vel. 202.2169±3.261564 1.21±0.03 6196±29 DMPP-1[3]Found by Dispersed Matter Planet Project looking for hot ablating planets, 2:1 orbital resonance of unconfirmed transiting planet.[4]
HD 38677 d 2.882±0.001 0.0422+0.0004
−0.0003
1632 radial vel. 202.2169±3.261564 1.21±0.03 6196±29 DMPP-1[3]Found by Dispersed Matter Planet Project looking for hot ablating planets.
HD 38677 e 5.516+0.002
−0.004
0.0651±0.0005 1314 radial vel. 202.2169±3.261564 1.21±0.03 6196±29 DMPP-1[3]Found by Dispersed Matter Planet Project looking for hot ablating planets.
HD 11231 b 0.426+0.038
−0.052
5.2072+0.0002
−0.0055
0.0664±0.0005 1000 radial vel. 437.0495±13.04625 1.44±0.03 6500±100 DMPP-2[3]Found by Dispersed Matter Planet Project looking for hot ablating planets.
HD 42936 Ab 2.58+0.35
−0.58
6.6732+0.0011
−0.0003
0.0662±0.0013 854 radial vel. 159.4905±1.956938 0.87±0.05 5138±99 DMPP-3[3]Found by Dispersed Matter Planet Project looking for hot ablating planets.
EPIC 249893012 b [ja] 0.02753±0.00343 0.174±0.008 3.5951±0.0003 0.047+0.005
−0.007
1616+150
−80
transit 1059.03±13.69857 1.05±0.05 5430±85 [5]
EPIC 249893012 c [ja] 0.04616±0.00595 0.3274+0.0152
−0.0125
15.624±0.001 0.13+0.01
−0.02
990+68
−29
transit 1059.03±13.69857 1.05±0.05 5430±85 [5]
EPIC 249893012 d [ja] 0.03203+0.00774
−0.00761
0.3515±0.0116 35.747±0.005 0.22+0.02
−0.04
752+69
−37
transit 1059.03±13.69857 1.05±0.05 5430±85 [5][6]
G 9-40 b 0.1807 5.746007 0.0385 456 transit 91.1 0.290 3348 [7]
Gliese 180 d 7.56±1.07 106.341+0.261
−0.34
0.31+0.024
−0.029
radial vel. 39.96±0.01 0.43 3371 [8]
Gliese 229 Ac 0.025 122.005+0.364
−0.382
0.339+0.024
−0.029
radial vel. 18.78±0.004 0.58 3564 [9][10]
Gliese 251 b >0.013 14.238 0.0818 351 radial vel. 18.205±0.006 0.360±0.015 3451±51 False positive in 2019, rediscovered in 2020[11][12]
Gliese 433 d 0.019 36.052+0.045
−0.031
0.178+0.013
−0.015
radial vel. 29.57±0.01 0.48 3600 [13][14]
Gliese 1061 b 0.00431+0.00050
−0.00047
3.204±0.001 0.021±0.001 radial vel. 11.98±0.003 0.12±0.01 2953±98 [15]
Gliese 1061 c 0.00547±0.00072 6.689±0.005 0.035±0.001 radial vel. 11.98±0.003 0.12±0.01 2953±98 [16]
Gliese 1061 d 0.00516+0.00076
−0.00072
13.031+0.025
−0.032
0.054±0.001 radial vel. 11.98±0.003 0.12±0.01 2953±98 [17]
Gliese 1252 b 0.00658±0.00176 0.1064±0.0066 0.5182349+0.0000063
−0.0000050
0.00916±0.00076 1089±69 transit 66.49±0.06 0.381±0.019 3458+140
−133
[18]
Gliese 3082 b [ja] 0.02759+0.011
−0.01334
11.949±0.022 0.079+0.006
−0.007
radial vel. 54.2 0.47 [19]
HATS-47b 0.369 1.117 3.9228 852.9 transit 984.01±6.20 0.674 [20]
HATS-48Ab 0.243 0.800 3.1317 0.03769±0.00011 954.6 transit 865 0.7279 4546.0+23
−18
[20][21]
HATS-49b 0.353 0.765 4.1480 834.8 transit 1058.70±7.18 0.7133 [20]
HATS-72b 0.1254 0.7224 7.3279 739.3 transit 416.37±1.70 0.7311 [20]
HD 80653 b 0.0176±0.0014 0.1439±0.0063 0.719573±0.000021 0.0166±0.0003 transit 358.1197±2.641867 1.18±0.04 [22]
HIP 65 Ab [ja] 3.213±0.078 2.03+0.61
−0.49
0.9809761+0.000037
−0.000034
0.01782±0.00021 1411±15 transit 201.85818±0.2609251 0.781±0.027 4590±49 an ultra-short-period Jupiter orbiting a bright (V=11.1 mag) K4-dwarf.[23][24][25]
KELT-2019-BLG-1953 b 0.59+0.71
−0.32
0.8+0.9
−0.6
microlensing 23000+3600
−4300
0.31+0.37
−0.17
[26][27]
KELT-2019-BLG-1953 c 0.28+0.35
−0.15
0.8+0.9
−0.7
microlensing 23000+3600
−4300
0.31+0.37
−0.17
[28][27]
Kepler-1661(AB) b 0.053±0.038 0.345±0.005 175.06±0.06 0.633±0.005 243 transit 1355.26±9.56 0.841±0.022 5100±100 [29][30]
L 168-9b [ja] 0.0145±0.00176 0.124±0.008 1.4015±0.00018 0.02091±0.00024 816±160 transit 82.02833±0.07827753 0.62±0.03 3800±70 [31]
OGLE-2018-BLG-0677Lb [ja] 0.0125+0.0185
−0.0084
0.68+0.27
−0.22
microlensing 27000±3500 0.12+0.14
−0.08
Milky way bulge[32]
TOI-132 b 0.07048+0.00598
−0.00604
0.305±0.012 2.1097019+0.000012
−0.000011
0.026+0.002
−0.003
1395+52
−72
transit 536.43±89.11 0.970±0.06 5397±46 [33]
TOI-257b [ja] 0.134±0.023 0.626±0.013 18.38827±0.00072 0.1523±0.0017 1033±19 transit 251.37±0.065 1.38+0.056
−0.009
6075±90 Host star also called HD 19916.[34][35][36]
TOI-700 b 0.00406+0.003
−0.00116
0.0901+0.00839
−0.00776
9.97701+0.00024
−0.00028
0.0637+0.0064
−0.006
transit 101.5 0.416±0.01 3480±135 [37]
TOI-700 c 0.0249+0.0085
−0.0057
0.2346+0.0214
−0.0205
16.051998+0.000089
−0.000092
0.0925+0.0088
−0.0083
transit 101.5 0.416±0.01 3480±135 [37]
TOI-700 d 0.00711+0.0022
−0.00164
0.1062±0.0098 37.426+0.0007
−0.001
0.163±0.015 295±55 transit 101.5 0.416±0.01 3480±135 First "Earth sized" discovered by TESS[37][38]
TOI-732 b 0.098 0.119 0.7683881 0.012 892 transit 72 0.379 3360 Orbiting primary star of binary LDS 3977[39][40]
TOI-732 c 0.027 0.205 12.25 0.07673 323 transit 72 0.379 3360 Orbiting primary star of binary LDS 3977[39][40]
TOI-813 b 0.599±0.034 83.8911+0.0027
−0.0031
0.423+0.031
−0.037
610+28
−21
transit 864.8192±5.156379 1.32±0.06 5907±150 [41]
TOI-1338 b 0.1038 0.611 95.2 0.4607 724 transit 1301 First circumbinary planet discovered by TESS[42][43]
HD 191939 b 0.301 8.880411 0.089 778+58
−41
transit 175 0.92 5400 Host star also known as TOI-1339[44]
HD 191939 c 0.287 28.58060 0.178 550±45 transit 175 0.92 5400 Host star also known as TOI-1339[44]
HD 191939 d 0.282 38.3561 0.216 499+12
−11
transit 175 0.92 5400 Host star also known as TOI-1339[44]
USco1621 b 16 2880 2270 imaging 450 0.36 3460 [45]
USco1556 b 15 3500 2240 imaging 459 0.33 3410 [45]
XO-7b 0.709 1.373 2.8641424 0.04421 1743 transit 763 1.405 6250 [46]
LHS 1815 b [ja] 0.0132±0.0047 0.0971±0.005 3.81433±0.00003 0.0404±0.0094 617±84 transit 97 0.502 3643±142 [47][48]
TOI-157 b [ja] 1.18±0.13 1.29±0.02 2.0845435±0.0000023 0.03138+0.00025
−0.00020
1588+21
−20
transit 1171 0.948+0.023
−0.018
5404+70
−67
[23]
TOI 169 b [ja] 0.791+0.064
−0.06
1.086+0.081
−0.048
2.2554477±0.0000063 0.03524+0.00069
−0.00079
1715+22
−20
transit 1345 1.147+0.069
−0.075
5880+54
−49
[23]
TOI-849 b 0.128±0.008 0.308+0.014
−0.011
0.7655240±0.0000027 0.01598±0.00013 1800 transit 735 0.929±0.023 5329±48 Neptunian Desert planet[49]
HD 95338 b 0.124+0.019
−0.013
0.355+0.008
−0.007
55.086+0.018
−0.019
0.231+0.005
−0.009
402+6
−9
transit 120 0.76+0.16
−0.1
5212+16
−11
[50]
HD 332231 b 0.244±0.021 0.867+0.027
−0.025
18.71204±0.00043 0.1436+0.0032
−0.0033
876±17 transit 262 1.127±0.077 6089+97
−96
TOI 1456[51]
TOI-1130 b 0.3256±0.009 4.066499±0.000046 0.04394+0.00035
−0.00038
876±17 transit 190 0.684+0.16
−0.17
4250±67 [52][53]
TOI-1130 c 0.974+0.043
−0.044
1.5+0.27
−0.22
8.350381±0.000033 0.07098+0.00056
−0.0006
637±12 transit 190 0.684+0.16
−0.17
4250±67 [52][54]
HD 79211 b 0.032±0.005 24.45±0.02 0.141±0.005 345 radial vel. 20.658±0.005 0.64±0.07 4005±51 Orbiting primary star of binary ADS 7251[55]
WASP-150 b 8.46+0.28
−0.2
1.07+0.024
−0.025
5.644207+0.00003
−0.000004
0.0694+0.0011
−0.0008
1460±11 transit 2422 1.394+0.07
−0.049
6218+49
−45
[56]
WASP-176 b 0.855+0.072
−0.069
1.505+0.05
−0.045
3.899052±0.00005 0.0535+0.001
−0.0019
1721+28
−21
transit 1883 1.345+0.08
−0.13
5941+77
−79
[56]
TOI-1235 b 0.0217±0.00025 0.155±0.007 3.444729+0.000031
−0.000028
0.03845+0.00037
−0.0004
754±18 transit 129 0.640±0.016 3872±70 one more suspected planet in system[57]
OGLE-2017-BLG-0406 b 0.41±0.05 3.5±0.3 microlensing 17000±1600 0.56±0.07 4848 High fidelity microlensing event[58]
TOI-421 b 0.051+0.004
−0.003
0.461±0.012 16.06815+0.00034
−0.00035
0.1182+0.0026
−0.0027
696.6±12.2 transit 244.3±1.9 0.852+0.029
−0.021
5325+78
−58
Also in system a red dwarf star at 2200 a.u. separation[59]
TOI-421 c 0.0222±0.0022 0.243±0.017 5.19676+0.00049
−0.00048
0.0557+0.0012
−0.0013
1014.9+17.9
−17.6
transit 244.3±1.9 0.852+0.029
−0.021
5325+78
−58
Also in system a red dwarf star at 2200 a.u. separation[59]
HD108236 b 0.1415±0.0087 3.79523+0.00047
−0.00044
0.0469±0.0017 1099+19
−18
transit 211 0.97 5730±50 [60]
HD108236 c 0.1845+0.0089
−0.0081
6.2037+0.00064
−0.00052
0.0651±0.0024 932+17
−16
transit 211 0.97 5730±50 [60]
HD108236 d 0.2423±0.0097 14.1756+0.001
−0.0011
0.1131±0.004 708+13
−12
transit 211 0.97 5730±50 [60]
HD108236 e 0.279+0.012
−0.011
19.592±0.002 0.14±0.0052 636+12
−11
transit 211 0.97 5730±50 [60]
WASP-148 b 0.291±0.025 0.722±0.055 8.80381±0.000043 0.22±0.063 940±80 transit 809±5 1.00±0.08 5460±130 [61][62]
WASP-148 c 0.397+0.203
−0.044
34.515±0.029 0.359±0.086 590±50 radial vel. 809±5 1.00±0.08 5460±130 [61][62]
NGTS-11 b 0.37±0.14 0.823±0.035 35.4553±0.0002 0.201±0.002 440±40 transit 624±6 0.862±0.028 5050±80 [63]
HIP 67522 b [ja] 0.25 0.894+0.048
−0.047
6.9596+0.000016
−0.000015
1174±21 transit 416±4 1.22±0.05 5675±75 One more candidate planet around very young (age below 20 million years) star[64]
HD 63433 b [ru] 0.017 ±0.009 7.10801+0.00046
−0.00034
0.0710+0.0033
−0.0041
transit 73.08±0.07 0.99±0.03 5640±74 [65]
HD 63433 c [ru] 0.023 0.238±0.01 20.5455±0.001 0.1531+0.0074
−0.0092
transit 73.08±0.07 0.99±0.03 5640±74 [65][66]
HD 164922 d 0.013±0.003 12.458±0.003 0.103±0.003 radial vel. 72.1±0.9 0.874±0.012 5293±32 [67]
OGLE-2006-BLG-284 b 0.45+0.14
−0.40
2.2±0.8 microlensing 13000±4900 0.35+0.3
−0.2
Binary host with 2.1 astronomical unit separation and uncertain, possibly unstable, planetary orbit.[68]
Wendelstein-1b 0.59+0.17
−0.13
1.0314+0.00204
−0.021
2.663416±0.000001 0.0282±0.0009 1727+78
−90
transit 1004±10 0.65±0.1 3984+152
−46
[69]
Wendelstein-2b 0.731+0.541
−0.311
1.1592±0.0061 1.7522239±0.0000008 0.0234±0.0015 1852+120
−140
transit 1875±20 0.73±0.11 4288+133
−111
Extended gaseous envelope[69]
Kepler-160d 0.170+0.015
−0.012
378.417+0.028
−0.025
1.089+0.037
−0.073
244.8+2.1
−2.9
transit 3140±60 0.88 5471+115
−37
Next expected transit in September 2020.[70]
K2-315b 0.085±0.005 3.1443189±0.0000049 0.0234 460±5 transit 185±1 0.174±0.004 3300±30 Also called the "Pi Earth" due its orbital period, or EPIC 249631677b[71]
TOI-1266 b [ja] 0.2193+0.074
−0.066
10.894879+0.00007
−0.00007
0.0745+0.0046
−0.0069
410+21
−15
transit 117.4±1.0 0.437±0.021 3563±77 [72]
TOI-1266 c [ja] 0.1492+0.077
−0.095
18.80152+0.00054
−0.00067
0.1037+0.0026
−0.0025
347.1+7.9
−8
transit 117.4±1.0 0.437±0.021 3563±77 [72]Possibly atmosphere of steam[73]
AU Microscopii b 0.18 0.375 8.46321±0.00004 0.066 transit 32.3±0.3 0.31 3500±100 [74][75][76]
TOI-1728 b [ja] 0.084+0.017
−0.016
0.450±0.014 3.491510+0.000062
−0.000057
0.0391±0.0009 767±8 transit 198.2±0.5 0.646+0.023
−0.022
3980+31
−32
[77]
BD-11 4672 c 0.048±0.009 74.2+0.06
−0.08
0.30±0.01 radial vel. 88.63±0.11 0.651+0.031
−0.029
4550±110 Habitable zone, highly eccentric orbit.[78]
OGLE-2018-BLG-1269Lb 0.69+0.44
−0.22
4383 4.61+1.70
−1.17
microlensing 8300+3000
−2000
0.35+0.3
−0.2
Very high fidelity event[79]
Lacaille 9352 b 0.0132±0.0019 9.262±0.001 0.068±0.002 468 radial vel. 10.721±0.002 0.468±0.012 3688±86 [80]
Lacaille 9352 c 0.0234±0.0038 21.789+0.004
−0.005
0.120±0.004 352 radial vel. 10.721±0.002 0.468±0.012 3688±86 [80]
HAT-P-58b 0.372±0.03 1.332±0.043 4.0138379±0.0000024 0.04994±0.00044 1622±18 transit 1690±40 1.031±0.028 6078±48 [81]
HAT-P-59b 1.540±0.067 1.123±0.013 4.1419771±0.0000012 0.05064±0.00037 1278±7 transit 871±4 1.008±0.022 5678±16 [81]
HAT-P-60b 0.574±0.038 1.631±0.024 4.7947813±0.0000024 0.06277±0.00017 1772±12 transit 767±7 1.435±0.012 6212±26 [81]
HAT-P-61b 1.057±0.07 0.899±0.027 1.90231289±0.00000077 0.03010±0.00034 1505±16 transit 1120±20 1.004±0.012 5587±45 [81]
HAT-P-62b 0.761±0.088 1.073±0.029 2.6453235±0.0000039 0.03772±0.00024 1512±13 transit 1150±20 1.023±0.020 5629±48 [81]
HAT-P-63b 0.614±0.024 1.119±0.033 3.377728±0.000013 0.04294±0.00035 1237±11 transit 1330±20 0.925±0.023 5400+55
−39
[81]
HAT-P-64b 0.58+0.18
−0.13
1.703±0.07 4.0072320±0.0000017 0.05387±0.00030 1766+22
−16
transit 2135±20 1.298±0.021 6457+55
−36
[81]
TOI-1899 b 0.66±0.07 1.37+0.05
−0.06
29.02+0.36
−0.23
0.1587+0.067
−0.075
362±7 transit 419±1 0.627+0.026
−0.028
3841+54
−45
[82]
HATS-37A b 0.099±0.042 0.606±0.016 4.3315 0.1587+0.067
−0.075
1085+16
−12
transit 695 0.843+0.017
−0.012
5247±50 One more red dwarf in system[83]
HATS-38 b 0.074±0.011 0.614±0.0176 4.3750 0.1587+0.067
−0.075
1294±10 transit 1131 0.890+0.016
−0.012
5740±50 [83]
TYC 8998-760-1 c 6±1 1.1+0.6
−0.3
320 1240+160
−170
imaging 309.4±0.9 4783 [84]
HD 86226 c 0.023±0.004 0.193±0.007 3.98442±0.00018 0.049±0.001 1311±28 transit 149 1.019+0.061
−0.066
5863±88 [85]
Gliese 2056 b 0.444±0.053 69.971±0.061 0.283±0.0013 radial vel. 92.8 0.62±0.08 habitable zone[86]
Gliese 480 b 0.042±0.005 9.567±0.005 0.068±0.001 radial vel. 46.4 0.45±0.02 [86]
Gliese 687 c 0.050±0.013 728±12 1.165±0.023 radial vel. 14.83 0.40±0.02 Second Neptune sized planet discovered in this system[86]
HIP 107772 b [ja] 0.049+0.014
−0.030
55.259+0.111
−0.311
0.243+0.022
−0.027
radial vel. 77.1 0.63±0.08 habitable zone[86]
HIP 38594 b [ja] 0.026+0.012
−0.014
60.711+0.426
−0.192
0.256+0.006
−0.007
radial vel. 58.0 0.61±0.02 habitable zone[86]
HIP 38594 c 0.135+0.077
−0.035
3525+541
−572
3.842+0.399
−0.441
radial vel. 58.0 0.61±0.02 [86]
HIP 4845 b 0.053+0.016
−0.028
34.151+0.17
−0.09
0.177+0.016
−0.020
radial vel. 68.8 0.62±0.04 [86]
HIP 48714 b 0.071+0.023
−0.020
17.819+0.004
−0.009
0.112±0.003 radial vel. 34.3 0.58±0.02 [86]
TOI 824 b 0.058±0.006 0.261+0.018
−0.017
1.392978+0.000018
−0.000017
0.02177±0.00032 1253+38
−37
transit 208 0.69+0.009
−0.007
4569±50 Neptunian Desert planet[87]
Proxima Centauri c 0.0179±0.006 1928±20 1.489±0.049 39+16
−18
radial vel. 4.244±0.001 0.1221±0.0022 3042±117 [88][89]Second planet discovered orbiting nearest star to the Solar System
TOI-763 b 0.031±0.002 0.203±0.010 5.6057±0.0013 0.0600±0.0006 1038±16 transit 311 0.917±0.028 5444±110 [90]
TOI-763 c 0.029±0.003 0.235±0.011 12.2737+0.0053
−0.0077
0.1011±0.0010 800±12 transit 311 0.917±0.028 5444±110 [90]
TOI-763 d 0.030±0.005 47.7991±2.7399 0.2504+0.0093
−0.0105
509±12 radial vel. 311 0.917±0.028 5444±110 [90]
TOI-561 b 0.0050±0.0011 0.127±0.006 0.446578±0.000017 0.01055±0.00008 transit 279.2±1.6 0.785±0.018 5455+65
−47
[91][92]
TOI-561 c 0.017±0.003 0.257±0.009 10.779±0.004 0.08809±0.0007 transit 279.2±1.6 0.785±0.018 5455+65
−47
[91][92]
TOI-561 d 0.038±0.004 0.226±0.011 25.62±0.04 0.1569±0.0012 transit 279.2±1.6 0.785±0.018 5455+65
−47
[91][92]
TOI-561 e 0.050±0.007 0.238±0.010 77.23±0.39 0.3274+0.0028
−0.0027
transit 279.2±1.6 0.785±0.018 5455+65
−47
[91]
TOI-1266 b 0.042+0.035
−0.028
0.212+0.014
−0.011
10.894843+0.000067
−0.000066
0.0736+0.0016
−0.0017
413±20 transit 117.5±0.1 0.48±0.1 3570±100 [93]
TOI-1266 c 0.007+0.006
−0.005
0.139+0.013
−0.012
18.80151+0.00067
−0.00069
0.1058+0.0023
−0.0024
344±16 transit 117.5±0.1 0.48±0.1 3570±100 [93]
Gl 414 A b 0.029+0.010
−0.008
0.263+0.099
−0.081
50.817+0.031
−0.03
0.24±0.01 303.7±32.5 radial vel. 38.8 0.650±0.08 4120±109 Planets orbiting primary star of binary system[94]
Gl 414 A c 0.177+0.033
−0.031
0.784+0.360
−0.238
748.3+1.3
−1.2
1.43±0.06 123.3±13.2 radial vel. 38.8 0.650±0.08 4120±109 Planets orbiting primary star of binary system[94]
TOI 837 b <1.2 0.768+0.091
−0.072
8.3248762±0.0000157 transit 466.5±1.2 1.118±0.059 6047±162 Belongs to open cluster IC 2602[95]
TOI-776 b 0.0147±0.0031 0.163±0.010 8.24664+0.00009
−0.00006
0.0652±0.0011 513±12 transit 88.6±0.1 0.544±0.028 3709±70 [96]
TOI-776 c 0.0192±0.0047 0.184±0.012 15.6653+0.0008
−0.0007
0.1000±0.0017 415±10 transit 88.6±0.1 0.544±0.028 3709±70 [96]
MOA-2009-BLG-319Lb 0.2077±0.0255 2.03±0.21 microlensing 22800±2300 0.514±0.063 [97]
TOI-481 b 1.53±0.03 0.99±0.01 10.33111±0.00002 0.097±0.001 1370±10 transit 587 1.14+0.02
−0.01
5735±72 [98]
TOI-892 b 0.95±0.07 1.07±0.02 10.62656±0.00007 0.092±0.005 1397±40 transit 1120 1.28+0.03
−0.02
6261±80 [98]
GJ 3473 b 0.0059±0.0009 0.113±0.004 1.1980035+0.0000018
−0.0000019
0.01589±0.00062 773+16
−15
transit 89.29±0.13 0.360±0.016 3347±54 Also called TOI-488 b[99]
GJ 3473 c 0.0233+0.0029
−0.0027
15.509±0.033 0.0876+0.0035
−0.0034
329.1+6.6
−6.4
radial vel. 89.29±0.13 0.360±0.016 3347±54 Also called TOI-488 c[99]
NGTS-12b 0.208±0.022 1.048±0.032 7.532806±0.000048 0.0757±0.0014 1257±34 transit 1474±25 1.021+0.056
−0.049
5690±130 [100]
OGLE-2016-BLG-1928 0.001 n/a microlensing 30000 n/a n/a Rogue planet[101]
LTT 9779 b [it] 0.092±0.003 0.421±0.021 0.792054±0.000014 0.01679±0.0014 2000 transit 262.8±1.0 1.02+0.02
−0.03
5499±50 Neptune desert planet[102]
TOI 540 b [ja] 0.081±0.005 1.2391491±0.0000017 0.01223±0.00036 611±23 transit 45.67±0.29 0.159±0.014 3216±83 [103]
HD 238090 b 0.0217+0.0029
−0.0030
13.671+0.011
−0.010
0.0932±0.0011 469.6+2.3
−2.6
radial vel. 49.68±0.03 0.578±0.021 3933±51 Orbiting primary star in binary system Gliese 458[12]
TIC 237913194b 1.942+0.092
−0.091
1.117+0.054
−0.047
15.168865±0.000018 0.1207±0.0037 974 transit 1009±6 1.026+0.057
−0.055
5788±80 Very eccentric orbit[104]
EPIC 201170410 b 0.09341 6.7987 0.0349 transit 437+149
−130
0.287+0.101
−0.084
3648+172
−143
[105]
EPIC 201757695 b 0.08101 2.0478 0.0296 transit 1880±110 0.727+0.044
−0.053
4520+108
−54
[105]
OGLE-2018-BLG-0799Lb 0.22+0.19
−0.06
1.27+0.45
−0.29
microlensing 16000 0.08+0.08
−0.02
[106]
TOI-954 b 0.174+0.018
−0.017
0.852+0.053
−0.062
3.6849729+0.0000027
−0.0000028
0.04963+0.00089
−0.00090
1526+123
−164
transit 768.5±8.3 1.201+0.066
−0.064
5710+53
−49
[107]
EPIC 246193072 b 0.260+0.020
−0.022
0.774+0.026
−0.024
12.4551225±0.0000031 0.1016+0.0018
−0.0019
650+53
−70
transit 760±9 0.912+0.048
−0.049
5282+40
−39
[107]
WASP-186 b 4.22±0.18 1.11±0.03 5.026799+0.000012
−0.000014
0.0600+0.0012
−0.0013
1348+23
−22
transit 913±11 1.22+0.07
−0.08
6361+105
−82
Also called TOI-1494[108]
WASP-187 b 0.80±0.09 1.64±0.05 5.147878+0.000005
−0.000009
0.0653±0.0013 1726+31
−2
transit 1224±21 1.54±0.09 6150+92
−85
Also called TOI-1493[108]
TOI 122b 0.028+0.029
−0.010
0.243±0.016 5.078030±0.000015 0.0392±0.0007 471 transit 202.9±0.7 0.312±0.007 3403±100 [109]
TOI 237b 0.009+0.006
−0.003
0.128±0.011 5.436098±0.000039 0.0341±0.0010 388 transit 124.2±0.7 0.179±0.004 3212±100 [109]
HAT-P-68b 0.724±0.043 1.072±0.012 2.29840551±0.00000052 0.02996+0.00043
−0.00012
1027.8±8.2 transit 662±3 0.6785+0.0299
−0.0079
4514±50 [110]
LP 714-47 b 0.097±0.005 0.420±0.027 4.052037±0.000004 0.0417±0.0005 700+19
−24
transit 171.8±0.4 0.59±0.02 3950±51 Host star also known as G 160-62 or TOI 442, planet in Neptune desert[111]
CFHTWIR-Oph 98 B 7.8+0.7
−0.8
1.86±0.04 200 1800±40 imaging 447±13 0.015 2320±40 Very young superjovian planet orbiting a brown dwarf known as 2MASS J16274422-2358521[112]
HD 190007 b 0.052±0.005 11.72 radial vel. 41.47±0.03 0.77±0.02 4610±20 [113]
HD 216520 b 0.032±0.003 35.45 radial vel. 63.77±0.03 0.82±0.04 5103±20 [113]
HD 216520 c 0.030±0.005 154.43 radial vel. 63.77±0.03 0.82±0.04 5103±20 [113]
TOI-519 b <14 0.75±0.21 1.2652328±0.0000005 0.012±0.004 760±54 transit 378±3 0.369+0.026
−0.097
3350+100
−200
Very faint 17-magnitude host star[114]
TOI-260 b 0.009+0.013
−0.009
0.157±0.027 13.478048±0.005188 transit 65.84±0.07 Host star also called HIP 1532 and BD-10 47[115]
TOI-784 b 0.031±0.004 0.171±0.015 2.797179±0.000158 transit 211±0.4 Host star also called HD 307842[115]
TOI-836 b 0.047±0.011 0.224±0.029 8.592004±0.002328 transit 89.73±0.10 Host star also called HIP 73427 and CD-23 12010[115]
TOI-836 c 0.018±0.004 0.162±0.024 3.816514±0.000757 transit 89.73±0.10 Host star also called HIP 73427 and CD-23 12010[115]
EPIC 201085153 b 0.214±0.089 0.25722±0.000039 transit 3945±386 Extremely tight orbit[116]
EPIC 201085153 c 0.125+0.179
−0.125
2.259797±0.0008 transit 3945±386 [116]
EPIC 201427007 b 0.134±0.018 0.72091±0.000067 transit 5633±111 [116]
EPIC 201595106 b 0.116±0.009 0.877214±0.000087 transit 762±9 5820±20 Candidate since 2018[116]
EPIC 201650711 c 0.036±0.007 5.544059±0.00016 transit 298.8±1.7 4310±92 Ternary star system, and planet b unconfirmed[116]
EPIC 205152172 b 0.107±0.018 0.980088±0.000026 transit 517±2 0.669±0.016 4202±242 Candidate since 2016[116]
K2-299c 0.223±0.080 14.648966±0.000031 transit 1219±16 5724±72 Also known as EPIC 206024342 p2[116]
K2-299d 0.152±0.054 4.507464±0.0000077 transit 1219±16 5724±72 Also known as EPIC 206024342 p3[116]
K2-301c 0.152±0.018 5.2986±0.00035 transit 1491±45 4114±99 Also known as EPIC 206042996 p2[116]
TOI-251b 0.245±0.016 4.937770+0.000028
−0.000029
0.05741+0.00023
−0.00017
transit 324.4±1.4 1.036+0.013
−0.009
5875+100
−190
[117]
TOI-942b 0.429±0.018 4.324190±0.00003 0.04796+0.00073
−0.00065
transit 498±2 0.788+0.037
−0.031
4928+125
−85
[117][118]Host star TYC 5909-319-1
TOI-942c 0.517+0.017
−0.016
10.156430+0.000069
−0.000079
0.0847+0.0012
−0.0011
transit 498±2 0.788+0.037
−0.031
4928+125
−85
[117][118]Host star TYC 5909-319-1
K2-302c 0.089±0.009 2.255438±0.000037 transit 359.3±3.5 3297±73 Also known as EPIC 206215704 p2[116]
K2-302d 0.098±0.009 2.909216±0.000032 transit 359.3±3.5 3297±73 Also known as EPIC 206215704 p3[116]
EPIC 206298289 b 0.078±0.009 0.434847±0.000022 transit 492±6 3875±157 Candidate since 2016[116]
K2-85 b 0.107±0.009 0.684559±0.000026 transit 317.8±1.2 4427±48 Also known as EPIC 210707130 p1[116]
EPIC 210801536 b 0.088±0.027 0.892592±0.00012 transit 5304±259 Candidate since 2019, one more planet candidate in system[116]
EPIC 212624936 b 0.517+0.098
−0.027
0.578657±0.000066 transit 5765±170 [116]Host star TYC 5557-667-1
EPIC 212624936 c 0.214+0.098
−0.057
11.811437±0.00016 transit 5765±170 [116]Host star TYC 5557-667-1
K2-211c 0.116±0.018 2.601404±0.000072 transit 895±14 0.882+0.019
−0.027
5360±51 [116]
EPIC 220440058 b 0.125±0.036 0.626683±0.00005 transit 3682±217 One more planet candidate in system[116]
EPIC 220492298 b 0.085±0.018 0.762406±0.00014 transit 5620±31 [116]
K2-282d 0.232±0.027 27.248322±0.00047 transit 1638.22±25.34 0.94±0.04 5499±109 [116]
EPIC 228836835 b 0.089±0.027 0.728113±0.00004 transit 491±6 3782±152 [116]
K2-106c 0.188±0.018 13.334621±0.000068 transit 803±10 5613±39 Candidate since 2017[116]
Kepler-1514c 0.1049+0.0051
−0.0039
10.514181±0.000039 0.0997±0.0018 1066+16
−14
transit 1240 1.196+0.065
−0.063
6145+99
−80
[119]
OGLE-2017-BLG-1049Lb 5.53+3.62
−2.87
3.92+1.10
−1.32
microlensing 18500+3600
−4500
0.55+0.36
−0.29
[120]
AU Microscopii c <0.087 0.320±0.014 18.858991±0.000010 0.1101±0.0022 454±16 transit 31.7 0.50±0.03 3700±100 [121]Precise radial velocities of giant stars
HD 25723 b 2.51 456.78 1.49 radial vel. 375 2.1±0.3 Giant star host[122]
HD 25723 c 1.33 2369.84 4.35 radial vel. 375 2.1±0.3 Giant star host[122]
Chi Scorpii b 4.32+0.15
−0.12
573.4±2.0 1.45±0.02 radial vel. 408 1.09±0.15 4157±11 Giant star host[122]
HD 60292 b 6.5±1.0 495.4±3.0 1.5±0.1 radial vel. 1036±10 1.7±0.2 4348±28 Giant star host[123]
HD 112640 b 5.0±1.0 613.2±5.8 1.7±0.1 radial vel. 1065±6 1.8±0.2 4155±15 Giant star host[123]
K2-111 c 0.0356±0.0035 15.6785+0.0064
−0.0063
0.1166±0.0025 radial vel. 680±60 0.89±0.02 5730±50 [124]
K2-316b 0.119 1.133 0.0147 841 transit 368 EPIC 249384674b[125]
K2-316c 0.163 5.260 0.0582 423 transit 368 EPIC 249384674c[125]
K2-317b 0.261 6.220 0.0542 432 transit 577 EPIC 249557502b[125]
K2-318b 0.148 7.010 0.0911 456 transit 483 EPIC 249826231b[125]
K2-319b 0.249 26.680 0.1516 641 transit 686 EPIC 201663879b[125]
K2-320b 0.234 1.995 0.0142 698 transit 356 EPIC 201796690b[125]
K2-321b 0.174 2.298 0.0410 701 transit 254 EPIC 248480671b[125]
K2-322b 0.171 8.205 0.0594 635 transit 404 EPIC 248558190b[125]
K2-323b 0.187 24.930 0.1275 318 transit 387 EPIC 248616368b[125]
K2-324b 0.217 3.262 0.0331 707 transit 447 EPIC 248639308b[125]
K2-325b 0.196 6.930 0.0419 423 transit 365 EPIC 246074965b[125]
K2-326b 0.203 1.256 0.0198 1114 transit 928 EPIC 246472939b[125]
KMT-2016-BLG-2397b 2.42 2.83 microlensing 16000 0.62+0.29
−0.30
Multiple solutions for planetary parameters[126]
KMT-2016-BLG-2364b 3.93 2.63 microlensing 21000 0.50+0.40
−0.22
[126]
OGLE-2017-BLG-1375b 10.33 2.97 microlensing 12000 0.77+0.27
−0.23
Multiple solutions for planetary parameters[126]
OGLE-2017-BLG-0604b 0.51 4.06 microlensing 13000 0.70±0.28 [126]
KMT-2018-BLG-0748Lb 0.18+0.29
−0.10
0.62±0.09 microlensing 24000 0.0870+0.138
−0.047
[127]
KMT-2019-BLG-1339Lb 12.2+16.1
−6.7
0.67+0.77
−0.55
microlensing 23000±3000 0.27+0.366
−0.15
Multiple solutions for planetary parameters[128]
KMT-2019-BLG-2073 [ja] 0.19 microlensing 12000 Free-floating planet[129]
OGLE-2019-BLG-0551 0.0242 microlensing Poorly characterized free-floating planet[130]
TVLM 513-46546 b 0.38±0.24 221±5 0.3±0.0036 astrometry 34.90±0.07 0.09 2500 [131]
CD Ceti b [es] 0.0124+0.0013
−0.0014
2.29070±0.00012 0.0185+0.0013
−0.0013
464±18 radial vel. 28.07 0.161±0.010 3130±51 [132]
OGLE-2018-BLG-0799Lb 0.22+0.19
−0.06
1.27+0.45
−0.29
microlensing 16000 0.08+0.08
−0.02
[133]
WD 1856+534 b 13.8 0.93±0.09 1.4079405±0.0000011 0.0204±0.0012 transit 80.737±0.144 0.518±0.055 4710±60 Orbiting a white dwarf star[134]
Kepler-1649c 0.0038 0.095+0.014
−0.010
19.53527±0.00010 0.0649 234±20 transit 301.6±1.6 0.1977±0.0051 3240±61 Habitable zone, Earth-like[135]
Kepler-305e 0.160 3.20538 transit 2900±90 [136]
Kepler-385d 0.233 56.4159 transit 4870±160 [136]
Kepler-598c 0.270 86.4945 transit 2260±40 FPP=1.0%[136]
Kepler-647c 0.357 29.6663 transit 3660±70 [136]
Kepler-716c 0.124 3.96999 transit 2110±30 FPP=0.6%[136]
Kepler-783c 0.208 7.05395 transit 1707±15 [136]
Kepler-1001c 0.140 9.18186 transit 3110±80 [136]
Kepler-1085c 0.291 56.7771 transit 4630±150 [136]
Kepler-1662b 0.223 0.790 134.4628 transit [137]Host star also known as KOI-1783[138]
Kepler-1663b 0.294 17.6046 transit 1112±11 Host star also known as KOI-252[136]
Kepler-1664b 0.270 14.3868 transit Host star also known as KOI-349[136]
Kepler-1665b 0.253 11.9548 transit 1104±5 Host star also known as KOI-650[136]
Kepler-1666b 0.257 25.8476 transit 4680±190 Host star also known as KOI-945[136]
Kepler-1666c 0.257 25.8476 transit 4680±190 Host star also known as KOI-945[136]
Kepler-1667b 0.266 83.5781 transit 2080±20 Host star also known as KOI-1311[136]
Kepler-1668b 0.388 15.434 transit 4500±200 Host star also known as KOI-1470[136]
Kepler-1669b 0.248 9.51216 transit 1800±40 Host star also known as KOI-1475[136]
Kepler-1670b 0.299 20.4998 transit 7200±400 Host star also known as KOI-1705[136]
Kepler-1671b 0.118 4.16787 transit 1176±7 Host star also known as KOI-1738[136]
Kepler-1672b 0.265 150.878 transit 1189±14 Host star also known as KOI-1822[136]
Kepler-1673b 0.262 33.7888 transit 2420±20 Host star also known as KOI-1863[136]
Kepler-1674b 0.286 62.5611 transit 3400±100 Host star also known as KOI-1892[136]
Kepler-1675b 0.279 63.0382 transit 2163±19 Host star also known as KOI-1928[136]
Kepler-1676b 0.301 29.9221 transit Host star also known as KOI-1943[136]
Kepler-1677b 0.241 22.064 transit 2250±30 Host star also known as KOI-1984, FPP=0.6%[136]
Kepler-1678b 0.295 147.974 transit 2830±70 Host star also known as KOI-2066, FPP=0.5%[136]
Kepler-1679b 0.184 9.75376 transit 3040±100 Host star also known as KOI-2106[136]
Kepler-1680b 0.121 8.77424 transit 1020±5 Host star also known as KOI-2120[136]
Kepler-1681b 0.2227 69.8956 transit 2100±300 Host star also known as KOI-2132[136]
Kepler-1682b 0.257 14.8334 transit 3900±160 Host star also known as KOI-2229[136]
Kepler-1683b 0.167 15.0337 transit 2440±50 Host star also known as KOI-2293[136]
Kepler-1684b 0.256 47.7055 transit 2060±40 Host star also known as KOI-2417[136]
Kepler-1685b 0.230 20.4905 transit 3840±150 Host star also known as KOI-2504[136]
Kepler-1686b 0.127 9.30987 transit 2430±30 Host star also known as KOI-2559[136]
Kepler-1687b 0.147 5.77954 transit 1375±17 Host star also known as KOI-2588[136]
Kepler-1688b 0.112 5.62012 transit 1850±380 Host star also known as KOI-2733[136]
Kepler-1689b 0.084 8.483 transit 967±5 Host star also known as KOI-2755[136]
Kepler-1690b 0.250 234.636 transit 2340±30 Host star also known as KOI-2757[136]
Kepler-1691b 0.163 3.8482 transit 4290±110 Host star also known as KOI-2802[136]
Kepler-1692b 0.099 5.95966 transit 1960±20 Host star also known as KOI-2849[136]
Kepler-1693b 0.115 12.0999 transit 2530±50 Host star also known as KOI-2871[136]
Kepler-1694b 0.105 3.89526 transit 1698±16 Host star also known as KOI-2878, FPP=0.6%[136]
Kepler-1695b 0.099 4.7329 transit 2640±40 Host star also known as KOI-3048, FPP=0.5%[136]
Kepler-1696b 0.250 65.9409 transit 5100±200 Host star also known as KOI-3361[136]
Kepler-1697b 0.112 33.4969 transit 813±2 Host star also known as KOI-3478[136]
Kepler-1698b 0.095 1.2107 transit 729±3 Host star also known as KOI-3864[136]
Kepler-1699b 0.139 3.49082 transit Host star also known as KOI-3933[136]
Kepler-1701b 0.198 169.134 transit 1940±20 Host star also known as KOI-4054,[136] potentially habitable exoplanet
Kepler-1702b 0.143 18.5012 transit 2860±90 Host star also known as KOI-4386[136]


Specific exoplanet lists


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