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Post #401by DaveBowman2001 » 30.03.2023, 08:17

Kepler-1130
Two (or Four) Molten Sub-Earths Closer than Mercury's Orbit
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The (confirmed) planets of Kepler-1130 to scale

Kepler-1130, also known as KOI-2169, is a binary star system of a K-type main sequence star and a red dwarf about 819 light-years away in the constellation Lyra. As of 2023, the larger star has two confirmed planets, with another two awaiting confirmation. All of them are smaller than Earth and are less than 8.5 million km from their star, indicating that all of their surfaces were molten

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The (unconfirmed) planets of Kepler-1130 to scale

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Release date: 2023-Feb-19
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Post #402by DaveBowman2001 » 30.03.2023, 08:33

Kepler-199
Two Neptunes with Years Lasting a Month or Two
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The planets of Kepler-199 to scale

Kepler-199, also known as KOI-638, is a large Sun-like star about 1,725 light-years away in the constellation Cygnus. Two Neptune-sized planets were found occupying orbits lasting between 23 and 67 days respectively

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Post #403by DaveBowman2001 » 30.03.2023, 13:01

WASP-28
A Scorching Hot Jupiter Twice the Heat of Venus
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WASP-28, also known as K2-1 and TOI-4518, is an F-type main sequence star about 1,148 light-years away in the constellation Pisces. A gas giant larger than Jupiter but only 91% of its mass completes a 3.4-day orbit at only 6.5 million km from its parent star

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Post #404by DaveBowman2001 » 30.03.2023, 13:30

WASP-13
The United Kingdom's Entry for NameExoWorlds (2019)
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Its name, "Cruinlagh", is a Manx word meaning "to orbit"

WASP-13, also known formally as Gloas, is a Sun-like star about 746.87 light-years away in the constellation Lynx. Its sole planet, Cruinlagh, is a gas giant larger than Jupiter but only half its mass, possibly indicating the absence of a planetary core at its interior. Both objects received their names from the second NameExoWorlds campaign in 2019

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Post #405by DaveBowman2001 » 31.03.2023, 04:39

Kepler-76
A Super-Jupiter with a 36-Hour Year
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Kepler-76, also known as KOI-1658, is a F-type main sequence star about 2,749 light-years away in the constellation Cygnus. A large superjovian planet about 1.96 times the mass of Jupiter completes a 1.54-day orbit around its star at a distance of 4.1 million km

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Release date: 2023-Jan-12
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Post #406by DaveBowman2001 » 31.03.2023, 05:25

Kepler-1326
A Neptune with a Non-Existent Moon Half its Size
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Kepler-1326 b and its (disproven) satellite at left

Kepler-1326, also known as KOI-2728, is an F-type subgiant star about 2,323 light-years away in the constellation Cygnus. A single neptunian planet is orbiting at a distance of 0.26 AU from its star once every 42 days, where in 2020 was speculated to harbor a massive satellite only half its size, but since deemed unlikely to exist according to follow-up studies

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Post #407by SevenSpheres » 31.03.2023, 20:38

AU Microscopii
The nearest pre-main sequence planetary system
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I've released an updated version of this system over in Nearby Exoplanets, as well as an update to Gliese 832.
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Post #408by SpaceExplorer » 01.04.2023, 14:49

UKIRT-2017-BLG-001L

UKIRT-2017-BLG-001L b is a gas giant exoplanet discovered in 2018 through gravitational microlensing. It is located 20,547 light years away from Earth, in the direction of the galactic center. It has 1.28 Jupiter masses and 1.22 Jupiter radius (estimate). It orbits its parent star every 9.5 Earth years at a distance of 4.18 AU.

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Texture created with the program "Textures for Planets"

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Post #409by Gurren Lagann » 03.04.2023, 13:07

LAWD 37
A WD planet in our backyard?
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CWISE J0506+0738

Post #410by Trolligi 112477 » 04.04.2023, 00:08

CWISE J0506+0738
Another Beta Pic sub brown dwarf, a.k.a a "rogue planet"

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Post #411by Trolligi 112477 » 04.04.2023, 13:26

Redid GJ 9482 to fit new data

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Post #412by Karistus_ » 05.04.2023, 04:15

TOI-2260
A potentially molten planet orbiting a young G-type star

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TOI-2260 b and its host star

TOI-2260 is a young (0.321 Gyr), metal-rich (0.22 [Fe/H]) G-type star located about 330.23 lightyears away from the solar system, that star hosts an extremely hot super-Earth (1.62 Earth Radii) that completes an orbit every 8.4 hours. The star is one of the most metal-rich stars known that hosts an ultra-short period planet, additionally the planet itself is one of the hottest worlds that is less than 2 Earth Radii in size. The planet's mass has not been determined as of now.

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Post #413by Karistus_ » 06.04.2023, 05:43

TOI-2096
Two eccentric planets with near-resonant orbits

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the closely aligned worlds of TOI-2096

TOI-2096 is a red dwarf located about 158.04 lightyears away from the solar system. The star has two slightly eccentric planets orbiting it, a super-Earth (1.2 Earth Radii) and a sub-Neptune (1.9 Earth Radii). the planet's orbits are near a 2:1 MMR (mean-motion resonance), leading to the possibility of measuring the masses of these worlds via Transit Timing Variations. Additionally, the study that confirmed the planets believes it is possible for future atmospheric studies using JWST.

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Post #414by Trolligi 112477 » 06.04.2023, 10:57

Updated TOI-709 to include the second planet candidate

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VHS 1256-1257

Post #415by Trolligi 112477 » 06.04.2023, 15:36

VHS 1256-1257
A very cloudy exoplanet orbiting two very low-mass objects

(The planet in the addon has moving clouds)
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Post #416by Karistus_ » 07.04.2023, 19:51

LTT 3780
Two planets of varying compositions around a red dwarf

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LTT 3780 A's planets

LTT 3780, aka TOI-732, is a binary system composed of two red dwarfs located about 71.84 lightyears from the solar system. Two planets are currently known to orbit the primary component of the binary: a super-Earth on an ultra short period orbit and a mini-Neptune, LTT 3780 A b likely has a rocky dominated composition while LTT 3780 A c likely has a volatile rich envelope over a dense rocky core.

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Post #417by Karistus_ » 09.04.2023, 23:15

TOI-1246
4 Confirmed planets with varying densities and a fifth candidate

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the four confirmed planets of TOI-1246

TOI-1246 is a binary system composed of a K-type star and a red dwarf located about 552.31 lightyears away from the solar system. The primary star has 4 confirmed planets orbiting at varying distances, 3 Neptunian planets (b= 3.01 Re, d= 3.51 Re, e= 3.78 Re), and an Oceanic planet (c= 2.51 Re). The masses of all these planets have been observed via Radial Velocity and TTVs of the outermost planets (b= 8.1 Me, c= 8.8 Me, d= 5.3 Me, e= 14.8 Me). The worlds vary in density with notable planets being TOI-1246 c with a composition >90% dominated by water and TOI-1246 d with a density nearly matching Saturn. Additionally, during the Radial Velocity observations of the system, an unlinked signal appeared. The study couldn't nail down if the signal is planetary or not, but if it is then it has a mass of 25.6 Me and orbits every 93.8 days

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TOi-1246 f, the unconfirmed Neptune-like planet

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Post #418by Karistus_ » 12.04.2023, 06:16

TOI-451
Three non-rocky worlds orbiting within a binary... or tertiary

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All three worlds of TOI-451 A

TOI-451 is a young (120 Myr) binary (or tertiary?) star system consisting of a G-type star and 1 or 2 red dwarfs located about 403.39 light-years away from the solar system, the primary star hosts 3 Neptunian planets (b= 1.91 Re, c= 3.1 Re, d= 4.07 Re). The study also reported that they believe TOI-451 B is actually a binary of two equal-mass red dwarfs, but that's all they said about it.

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Post #419by Karistus_ » 13.04.2023, 04:52

TOI-1062
two hot eccentric worlds with a massive sub-Neptune

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The hot worlds of TOI-1062

TOI-1062 is a G-type star located about 267.87 lightyears from the solar system. The star is accompanied by two planets, a rocky-dominate ocean planet (b= 2.27 Re) and a Neptunian planet (c= 9.78 Me). As mentioned earlier, TOI-1062 b's composition is likely dominated by a rocky core and mantle, with an outer liquid layer followed by an atmosphere, this gives the planet a mass of 10.15 Earth Masses. TOI-1062 c doesn't transit the star from our perspective so all we have is mass and we can't say for certain what its true composition is. Both worlds also have slightly eccentric orbits

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Post #420by Karistus_ » 14.04.2023, 04:44

TOI-712
Three mini Neptunes and a candidate rocky planet

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Three mini-Neptunes of TOI-712

TOI-712 is a K-type star located about 191.10 light-years away from the solar system. The star has three planets, all mini-Neptunes orbiting at various distances (b= 2.049 Re, c= 2.701 Re, d= 2.474 Re). The orbits and distances of the planet vary with TOI-712 b having a close and eccentric orbit, though the eccentricity is poorly constrained, and the other two being farther out with TOI-712 d scrapping the edge of its star habitable zone. Additionally, during observations a fourth planet candidate was observed, it measured to be smaller than Earth and also has a close orbit (.05= 0.81 Re). The initial third candidate (TOI-712.03) was proven to be a false positive. There are no mass measurements for any of the planets.

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The rocky planet candidate of TOI-712

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