List of most massive exoplanets

Summary

This is a list of most massive exoplanets so far discovered, arranged by decreasing Jupiter mass (MJ). The exoplanets with mass higher than 10 MJ are included. As techniques improve, and astronomers revise their estimates, this list will change, and no mass is certain, partly because of how hard it is to discover exoplanets in the first place, and, furthermore, how much harder it is to accurately measure an exoplanet's mass.

List

Exoplanet[1] Mass (MJ)
(Jupiter = 1)
Mass (M)
(Sun = 1)
References
HR 2562 b 30±15 0.0286 [2]
DENIS-P J082303.1-491201 b 28.5±1.9 0.0271 [3]
HIP 74865 b 28−10+37 0.0268 [4]
KELT-1 b 27.23 0.0263 [5]
nu Oph c 27 0.0259 [6]
USco1612-1800 b 26 0.0249 [7]
TWA 5 b 25−20+120 0.0239 [8]
2MASS J01225093-2439505 b 24.5 0.0235 [9]
HD 203030 b 24.09 0.0231 [10]
nu Oph b 24 0.0230 [11]
HIP 78530 b 23.04±4 0.0221 [12]
HIP 73990 c 22 0.0210 [13]
WISE 1217+16A b 22±2 0.0210 [14]
HD 180314 b 22 0.0210 [15]
CoRoT-3 b 21.66±1 0.0209 [16]
GQ Lupi b 21.5±20.5 0.0206 [17]
BD20 2457 b 21.4 0.0206 [18]
HIP 73990 b 21 0.0201 [19]
Oph 11 b 21±3 0.0201 [20]
tau Gem b 20.6 0.0198 [21]
J1407b 20±6 0.0192 [22]
HIP 97233 b 20±0.4 0.0192 [23]
HIP 77900 b 20 0.0192 [24]
USco1610-1913 b 20 0.0192 [25]
2M 2140+16 b 20 0.0192 [26]
NGC 4349-127 b 19.8 0.0190 [27]
11 Com b 19.4 0.0186 [28]
HD 211847 b 19.2 0.0184 [29]
Kepler-57b 18.86 0.0181 [30]
Kepler-53b 18.41 0.0177 [31]
HD 41004 B b 18.4 0.0176 [32]
WISE 1711+3500 b 18 0.0172 [33]
Kepler-39b 18 0.0172 [34]
HD 38529 c 17.7-1.4+1.7 0.0170 [35]
HD 100546 b 17.5 0.0167 [36]
HD 202206 b 17.4 0.0167 [37]
GSC 6214-210 b 17 0.0163 [38]
CT Cha b 17 0.0163 [39]
ROXs 12 b 16 0.0153 [40]
HN Peg b 16 0.0153 [41]
Kepler-53 c 15.75 0.0151 [42]
HIP 5158 c 15.04 0.0144 [43]
FU Tau b 15 0.0144 [44]
HD 162020 b 14.4 0.0138 [45]
HW Vir (AB) b 14.3 0.0137 [46]
HAT-P-13 c 14.28 0.0137 [47]
HD 13189 b 14 0.0134
1RXS 1609 b 14 0.0134
UScoCTIO 108 b 14 0.0134 [48]
kappa And b 14 0.0134 [49]
2M 0219-3925 b 13.9 0.0133
Kepler-30d 13.8 0.0132
Kepler-27c 13.8 0.0132 [50]
HD 22781 b 13.65 0.0131
OGLE-2013-BLG-0102L b 13.6 0.0130 [51]
AB Pic b 13.5±0.5 0.0129 [52]
WISE 0458+6434 b 13 0.0125
2M 0103(AB) b 13 0.0125
SR 12 AB c 13 0.0125
HD 217786 b 13 0.0125
Beta Pictoris b 12.9 [53]
Kepler-25b 12.7 0.0121
BD20 2457 c 12.47 0.0120
HD 87883 b 12.1 0.0120
CHXR 73 b 12 0.0115
2M 0122-2439 b 12 0.0115 [54]
XO-3 b 11.79 0.0113
OTS 44 11.5 0.011 [55]
VHS 1256-1257 b 11.2 0.0107
HD 220074 b 11.1 0.0106
HD 110014 b 11.09 0.0106
GU Piscium b 11 0.0105
HD 106906 b 11 0.0105
HD 106270 b 11 0.0105
DH Tau b 11 0.0105
HD 114762 b 10.98 0.0104
HD 38801 b 10.7 0.0103
NGC 2423 3 b 10.6 0.0102
11 UMi b 10.5 0.0101
WASP-18 b 10.43 0.01
Kepler-52 c 10.41 0.01
CoRoT-27 b 10.39 0.01
HD 219077 b 10.39 0.01
18 Del b 10.3 0.0098
HD 39091 b 10.3 0.0098
ups And d 10.19 0.0097
TYC+1422-614-1 c 10.1 0.0097
Kepler-448b 10 0.0096
FW Tau b 10 0.0096
HR 8799 d 10 0.0096
HR 8799 c 10 0.0096 [56]
Jupiter (as reference) 1 0.00096

See also

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