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Posted: 08.08.2023, 19:39
by Karistus_
HD 164922
three Neptunes joined by an outer gas giant

all four planets of HD 164922, planet b's rings are fictional

HD 164922, aka Gliese 700.2, is a G-type main sequence star located about 71.81 lightyears from the solar system. the star is joined by an entourage of planets: a mini-Neptune (d= 4.767 Me) two Neptune mass planets (e= 10.52 Me | c= 14.302 Me) and a greater-Saturn mass planet (b= 109.965 Me). the inner most planet (d) has a slightly eccentric orbit.

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Posted: 09.08.2023, 10:49
by Karistus_
two stars, two hot-Jupiters

both scorching planets of WASP-94 (Ab on the left, Bb on the right)

WASP-94, aka TOI-107, is a binary system consisting of two F-type main sequence stars. Both stars are each orbited by a hot-Jupiter: a transiting, puffy one for WASP-94 A (Ab= 18.85 Re, 143.65 Me) and a non-transiting one for WASP-94 B (Bb= 196.41 Me). WASP-94 joins a select few binary systems where each star is orbited by at least one planet.

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Posted: 11.08.2023, 22:42
by Karistus_
Gliese 49
a nearby mini-Neptune in a low mass binary

the warm world of Gliese 49

Gliese 49 is a red dwarf located about 32.12 lightyears from the solar system, forming a wide binary with Gliese 51. Gliese 49 is host to a warm mini-Neptune mass planet (b= 5.63 Me) the completes an orbit around every two weeks.

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Posted: 25.08.2023, 03:40
by Karistus_
a system of mutually misaligned planets

the diversely inclined worlds of K2-96/HD 3167

K2-96, aka HD 3167, is a K-type main sequence star located about 154.17 light-years from the solar system. its hosts a system of inclided planets: two super earths and two Neptune-like planets. K2-96 d, c, and e are all near polar orbits while K2-96 b remains aligned addtionally K2-96 d and e don't transit while K2-96 c and b do

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TIC 279401253
a diplanetary system of resonant, eccentric gas giants

the two dense worlds locked in a cosmic dance that orbit TIC 279401253

TIC 279401253 is a G-type main sequence star located about 930.99 light years from the solar system: it hosts two large warm super-Jupiters which are in an eccentric 2:1 MMR.

hopefully this will get a TOI designation in the future

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PSR J0337+1715

Posted: 28.08.2023, 16:02
by Trolligi 112477
PSR J0337+1715
An insane, ungodly exoplanetary system

PSR J0337+1715 is truly one of the weirdest exoplanetary systems known, and even one of the weirdest stellar systems in general. It's probably as far as you can get from something like the Solar System.

You got a pulsar orbited by a huge low mass white dwarf, then orbited by another ultracool white dwarf. And then on top of that there’s a candidate dwarf planet with the mass of the moon orbiting the entire triple stellar remnant system. I don't think there is any exoplanet system known which is quite as alien.


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Posted: 30.08.2023, 21:59
by Karistus_
two hot Neptunes with a Jupiter-like candidate planet

Both searing planets of K2-43

K2-43, aka TOI-5523, is an M-type main sequence star located about 595.08 lightyears from the solar system. its is joined by two planets: a mini-Neptune and a Neptune-sized world. Additionally, in 2021, TESS detected a transit of a possible outer gas giant.

the Saturn-sized planet candidate of K2-43

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Updates: TOI-1685 and TOI-1062

PSR B0943+10

Posted: 01.09.2023, 12:27
by Trolligi 112477
PSR B0943+10
An old pulsar with two super-jupiters


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Posted: 02.09.2023, 15:48
by Galaxy-Leaper

This is my first time posting. I don't know how to send links? I hope to succeed

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HD 13189
HD 13189

HD 13189 is an 8th magnitude star in Triangulum constellation.It has a spectral classification of K1II-III, making it a giant star that has evolved away from the main sequence. The mass is 1.2 times the Sun's, while measurements of the star's radius give estimates of 38 R☉. The atmosphere of the star displays short period radial velocity variations with a primary period of 4.89 days. This behavior is typical for giant K-type stars such as this and it is not the result of a close-orbit planetary companion.

HD 13189 b is an exoplanet or brown dwarf with mass ranges from 8 to 20 Jupiter mass. This object is located at a mean distance of 277 Gm (1.85 AU) from the star, taking 472 days to make one elliptical orbit.

Gliese 143

Posted: 02.09.2023, 23:57
by Galaxy-Leaper
Gliese 143(HD 21749)

HD 21749 is a K-type main sequence star (orange dwarf) with a spectral type of K4.5V, indicating it is smaller and cooler than the Sun. It is estimated to have a mass of 0.73 M, a radius of 0.70 R, and a luminosity of 0.20 L. Its effective temperature is 4,640 K, which gives the star an orange color typical of K-type stars. Its metallicity—the proportion of elements other than hydrogen and helium—is approximately equal to the Sun's.

The inner planet, HD 21749 c (the second in order of discovery), is orbiting the star at a distance of 0.08 AU with a period of just 7.8 days. A terrestrial planet, it has a radius of 1.1 R and was the first Earth-sized planet found by TESS. Its mass is too low to be calculated with current radial velocity data, with an upper limit of 3.5 M; a probabilistic model estimates it is most likely between 1 and 2 M.

The outer planet, HD 21749 b, orbits the star at a distance of 0.21 AU with a period of 35.6 days. With a mass of 20 M and a radius of 2.9 R, it is similar to Neptune but much denser. Its density of 4.7 g/cm³ suggests it is composed of a substantial rocky core, with a radius of approximately 2.1 R, plus a relatively thick gaseous layer.


Posted: 03.09.2023, 05:59
by Galaxy-Leaper
COCONUTS-2 b, or WISEPA J075108.79-763449.6, is a gas giant exoplanet that orbits the M-type star L 34-26. With a mass of 6.3 Jupiters, it takes over one million years to complete one orbit around the star, and it is 7,506 AU away from it.

The planet was discovered in 2011 and was initially identified as a T9 free-floating brown dwarf WISEPA J075108.79−763449.6. During the COol Companions ON Ultrawide orbiTS (COCONUTS) survey, its association with L 34-26 was announced in 2021. At a distance of 10.9 pc, COCONUTS-2b is the closest directly imaged exoplanet to Earth known to date.

The researchers found that it is unlikely that COCONUTS-2b was formed inside the protoplanetary disk of the host star and it is more likely that the planet formed on its own via high entropy formation (aka hot-start process).

Posted: 04.09.2023, 07:49
by Karistus_
a red dwarf host to a hydrogen rich mini-Neptune

the three planets hosted by TOI-270

TOI-270, aka L 231-32, is a red dwarf located about 73.2848 lightyears from the solar system, it's orbited by three planets: a low-density super-Earth and two mini-Neptunes. TOI-270's planets have a small series of resonant orbits (b:c = 5:3 | c:d = 2:1). Additionally, TOI-270 d likely has a hydrogen rich atmosphere with it's strongest single light absorber likely being water, as revealed via a transit observation with Hubble.

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an extremely dense hyper-Earth

the very large rocky planet hosted by TOI-332

TOI-332 is a K-type main sequence star located about 731.26 lightyears from the solar system. a single, hot, Neptune sized rocky planet with over half the mass of Saturn orbits this star in just under 19 hours

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Posted: 10.09.2023, 15:57
by Gurren Lagann
AF Leporis
Why the heck are you a RS CVn?
Kingdom Hearts summarised.

CD Ceti
Being near is not enough for Wiki
The transitional teenage world in here.

Gliese 686
Boring red dwarf with boring minnep

WISEPC J225540.74-311841.8
Just two and a half Jupiters, damm
WISEPC J225540-311841.png

I'm being rather kind today.

Posted: 16.09.2023, 10:38
by Galaxy-Leaper
HD 152843
HD 152843 is a spectral type G0 star about 352 light-years away, with two Neptune-sized objects orbiting it

Posted: 29.09.2023, 02:40
by Galaxy-Leaper
Kepler-58 is 3,213 light-years away and has four planets already discovered around it

Posted: 29.09.2023, 02:56
by SevenSpheres
Kepler-58 e is confirmed by Valizadegan et al. 2023.

Posted: 29.09.2023, 03:25
by Galaxy-Leaper
The modification has been completed, Thank SevenSpheres

Posted: 29.09.2023, 04:01
by Galaxy-Leaper
Gliese 463
Gliese 463 is a red dwarf star of spectral type M and is known to be orbited by a massive gas giant planet, with a mass 3.6 times that of Jupiter and a semi-major axis of 3.53AU, which takes 9.44 years to complete one orbit

Posted: 30.09.2023, 10:12
by Galaxy-Leaper
NGTS-8 is a star of spectral type K, located at a distance from Earth
1416±18.38314 light-years, a hot Jupiter NGTS-8b was discovered around it in 2019, its mass is slightly smaller than Jupiter, the radius is a little larger than Jupiter, only 5.2 million kilometers from the main star, the orbital period of about 2.5 days, its surface temperature reached 1000 degrees Celsius (1345K).

Posted: 03.10.2023, 19:43
by Karistus_
Kepler Improvements for Project Sisyphus (KIPS)
Release 1

Over time, as this project has lingered on for, I took notice of the influx of various non-realistic looks addons for planets or those with low resolution textures. And as we approach Kepler's fifth year since it shutdown, I wanted to do something to honor the telescope responsible for not only the most amount of confirmed exoplanets, but also pioneering a new era of planet hunting.

the confirmed planets of Kepler-27, featuring their new textures

So I gathered a list of Kepler systems, from Kepler-4 to Kepler-100 and picked out the systems I believed should be redone, whether it be just retexturing them, adding new data, or both. Out of my list, 40 systems were chosen for remakes/updates:
Kepler-9, Kepler-10, Kepler-11, Kepler-13, Kepler-18, Kepler-19, Kepler-21, Kepler-23, Kepler-24, Kepler-25, Kepler-27, Kepler-28, Kepler-29, Kepler-30, Kepler-31, Kepler-32, Kepler-36, Kepler-38, Kepler-40, Kepler-41, Kepler-43, Kepler-44, Kepler-45, Kepler-46, Kepler-48, Kepler-50, Kepler-61, Kepler-63, Kepler-65, Kepler-67, Kepler-68, Kepler-76, Kepler-79, Kepler-80, Kepler-84, Kepler-87, Kepler-88, Kepler-89, Kepler-91, Kepler-97

an updated Kepler-10, with it's newly confirmed planet (Textures for all three object by John van Vilet)

a remastered Kepler-68, featuring it's newly confirmed planet

a remastered Kepler-46

a remastered Kepler-40

The file download below contains every system mentioned in the list + their unconfirmed planets if they have them. A such, its quite large so if you don't want all of these systems, you can simply pick out what you want and delete the rest, or alternatively you can head to Celestia Mobi to find every system download listed individually.

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Posted: 04.10.2023, 07:47
by Karistus_
HD 217107
a hot-Jupiter joined by an outer super-Jupiter

both planets of HD 217107

HD 217107 is a G-type subgiant star located about 65.47 lightyears from the solar system. This star hosts two super-Jupiters on mildly eccentric orbits. One is a hot-Jupiter on a short orbit and the other has a long orbit that takes it close to it's hosts habitable zone.

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