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Post #481by Gurren Lagann » 05.10.2023, 00:28

Nu Octanis
WD or not, its still νο.
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The WD.

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The planet whose orbit is bonkers.

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Overlooking A.


Barnard's Stellar Troubles
Bringing fake worlds since 1963!
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Barnard's Star.

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Top left is the astrometric candidate, bottom two are van de Kamp's Worlds...

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And here's the disproven icy super-Earth from RV.


Hey look, updates of two extremely annoying systems! Fun...

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Post #482by Karistus_ » 11.10.2023, 08:31

GJ 1177
a cool super-Jupiter on a year long orbit

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the sole super-Jupiter of GJ 1177 B

GJ 1177, aka HD 120036, is a binary system comprised of two K-type main sequence stars located about 47.65 lightyears from the solar system. the secondary component to the binary hosts a cool super-Jupiter on a year long orbit

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Post #483by Karistus_ » 13.10.2023, 19:04

TOI-199
a G-type star with temperate sub-Jupiter's

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Both planets of TOI-199 A

TOI-199 is a binary system composed of a G-type main sequence star and a red dwarf located about 331.81 lightyears from the solar system. The primary component hosts a single, transiting, low density sub-Jupiter with an intermediate period orbit followed by another non-transiting sub-Jupiter within it's habitable zone. Both planets are in a 2:1 MMR.

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Post #484by Galaxy-Leaper » 21.10.2023, 08:39

K2-22
The hellish world lasted less than 9 hours a year, to the point where its surface completely melted, but on its back it was very cold.
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Post #485by Galaxy-Leaper » 21.10.2023, 14:26

HAT-P-2c
Adding planets missing from the HAT-P-2 system, to be precise, the newly discovered planet HAT-P-2 c, is a boring, cold gas giant planet.
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Cold Gas World

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Post #486by Karistus_ » 25.10.2023, 04:52

TOI-4860
a hot Jupiter and a possible cold Jupiter with a red dwarf host

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the sole confirmed planet of TOI-4860

TOI-4860 is a red dwarf located about 262.3 lightyears from the solar system. A single transiting hot Jupiter with a low density orbits this star every one and a half days. An additional candidate planet was spotted in this system: a cold Jupiter on a highly eccentric, year long orbit.

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TOI-4860's candidate planet

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Post #487by Karistus_ » 27.10.2023, 04:38

TOI-1634
two planets of the same mass at varying distances

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Both worlds of TOI-1634

TOI-1634 is a binary system comprised of two red dwarfs located about 115.17 lightyears from the solar system. the primary component to the binary hosts two planets of (likely) different compositions but that same mass: a short-period, hot super-Earth and a mini-Neptune mass planet on a 100 day orbit near the outer habitable zone of it's host.

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Gliese 880
a candidate mini-Neptune orbiting a nearby star

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The sole candidate planet of Gliese 880, depicted here as a habitable oceanic

Gliese 880 is a nearby red dwarf star located about 22.4 lightyears form the solar system. in 2019, a possible mini-Neptune mass planet on a month long orbit through it's hosts inner habitable zone was detected. though no further studies have reaffirmed or refuted the planet's existence so far.

This addon depicts this planet as a habitable oceanic planet though it could be a variety of different compositions.

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Post #488by Karistus_ » 30.10.2023, 07:14

TOI-1694
a hot-Neptune with a temperate giant companion

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Both worlds of TOI-1694

TOI-1694 is a K-type main sequence star located about 405.65 lightyears from the solar system. Two planets orbit this star a hot Neptune-sized with a low density and a non-transiting gas giant on a year long orbit within TOI-1694's habitable zone.

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Post #489by Gurren Lagann » 16.11.2023, 00:31

HD 102365 and GJ 3988
Nearby Exoplanets's end... for now
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GJ 3988 b (left) and HD 102365 b (right)

Tonight on arXiv: 2 new planets around Teegarden's Star using CARMENES GTO and Legacy-Plus
Awaiting for that just because all sub-10 pc planets are done!

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Post #490by Karistus_ » 24.11.2023, 06:12

HD 215152
short period super-Earth collection

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all four super-Earths of HD 215152

HD 215152, aka GJ 4291, is a K-type main sequence star located about 70.39 lightyears from the solar system. The star is currently know to host four super-Earths in a compact system.

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Updated: TOI-1266
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AC Herculis

Post #491by Trolligi 112477 » 28.11.2023, 21:07

AC Herculis
A planetary signature around a dying post-AGB star

This is the first potential planet found orbiting a post-AGB star. It's also the first potential polar circumbinary planet.
I added 13 fictional moons as well (mainly for my video on the subject: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfhfQ0t2kXQ )

Credits to Steve Bowers for that beautiful gas giant texture

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Post #492by Galaxy-Leaper » 10.12.2023, 07:51

HD 110067
HD 110067 is located in the northern part of the constellation Coma Berenices, approximately 100 light-years away from the solar system. It has six planets with radii ranging from 1.94 to 2.85 times the radius of Earth. Their orbital periods from inner to outer layers are 9.11 days, 13.67 days, 20.52 days, 30.79 days, 41.06 days, and 54.77 days, respectively. This means that the resonance of these six planets from inside out is 3:2, 3:2, 3:2, 4:3, and 4:3. In the HD 110067 system, for every 1 revolution of the outermost planet, the innermost planet will rotate 6 times

Update completed, Thank ParticleGrasp
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HD 110067 System
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Post #493by ParticleGrasp » 11.12.2023, 16:21

@Galaxy-Leaper. May I point to one minor issue with your ssc code?

There's typographical error with CloudShadowDepht. It should be CloudShadowDepth

Other than that, it is stellar work.
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Post #494by Trolligi 112477 » 22.12.2023, 14:57

Updated Kepler-1513 - I got rid of the exomoon and added the more likely outer saturn-mass planet

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Post #495by Karistus_ » 30.12.2023, 20:58

Kepler-462
two Neptune-sized planets with an unusually massive inner companion

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Both worlds of Kepler-462

Kepler-462, aka KOI-89, is an oblate A-type main sequence star located about 1979.10 light-years from the solar system. Two planets are currently known to orbit this star, both around the size of Neptune, one on an intermediate period orbit and the other on a long period orbit. the outer planet experiences strong TTVs while the inner one shows little. This could be indicative of a very high mass inner planet with a mass greater than or equal to 20 Me, or another planet on a longer orbit. While both conclusions can explain Kepler-462 c's strong TTVs, current understandings slightly prefer a two-planet model, with highly unconstrained masses for both planets.

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SPECULOOS-3

Post #496by Trolligi 112477 » 05.01.2024, 12:03

SPECULOOS-3
A newly discovered Earth-sized world orbiting a nearby red dwarf

Credit goes to cubicApocalypse for the beautiful textures

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Post #497by Karistus_ » 17.01.2024, 03:33

HD 134319
a molten super-Earth in a triple-star system

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the sole confirmed planet of HD 134319

HD 134319, aka TOI-1860 and IU Draconis, is a triple-star system consisting of a G-type main-sequence star and two red dwarfs. a sole very hot super-Earth orbits around the primary star

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Recent Updates (since i forgot to mention them earlier):
LTT 3780

TOI-1136

Kepler-454

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Post #498by Galaxy-Leaper » 21.01.2024, 04:05

HD 63433
HD 63433, located approximately 73.1 light-years away from us, is a star with a spectral type of G. Its mass is 0.99 times that of the Sun and its radius is 0.912 times that of the Sun. It is surrounded by three planets of different sizes, with planets c and b having larger radii and masses than Earth, and planet d having a volume similar to Earth

Note:They are all 8k textures
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Post #499by Karistus_ » 26.01.2024, 08:49

OGLE-2011-BLG-0173L
a small star host to a distant sub-Saturn mass planet

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the sole known world the orbits OGLE-2011-BLG-0173L

OGLE-2011-BLG-0173L is a distant red dwarf located about 21,200 lightyears from the solar system, near the galactic core. This star is known to host a single sub-Saturn mass planet at around 10 AU from the host, found through microlensing.

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Post #500by Gurren Lagann » 27.01.2024, 20:53

HD 36384
A pulsating beacon of hope
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The star and its planet.

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The planet itself.

Pulsation period: 586 days
The first (i think) of many regular, periodic pulsating variables with exoplanets...
Hopefully many more will be discovered over time. :wink:

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