Discovered 2011
Kepler-16b
Kepler-16b
Discovered 2011
Kepler-16b is a world where two suns set over the horizon instead of just one, the first Tatooine-like planet found in our galaxy.
Discovered 2011
Kepler-22b
Kepler-22b
Discovered 2011
A possible ocean world orbiting in the habitable zone—the region around a star where the temperature is right for liquid water, a requirement for life on Earth.
Discovered 2009
Kepler-7b
Kepler-7b
Discovered 2009
A massive world called a hot Jupiter, Kepler-7b was the first exoplanet to have its clouds mapped.
Discovered 2015
Kepler-452 b
Kepler-452 b
Discovered 2015
An "Earth-cousin" that orbits a star like our sun in the habitable zone, where liquid water could exist.
Discovered 2017
KELT-9 b
KELT-9 b
Discovered 2017
KELT-9b is so hot that the heat tears molecules apart on the dayside.
Discovered 2008
WASP-12 b
WASP-12 b
Discovered 2008
An egg-shaped world being devoured slowly by its star.
Discovered 2004
55 Cancri e
55 Cancri e
Discovered 2004
This super hot world is covered in a global ocean of lava and has sparkling skies.
Discovered 2020
TYC 8998-760-1 b
TYC 8998-760-1 b
Discovered 2020
This object, a brown dwarf or perhaps a large planet, joins an exclusive club: those that have been directly imaged.
Discovered 2014
GJ 15 A b
GJ 15 A b
Discovered 2014
GJ 15 A b orbits a red-dwarf star just 11 light-years away with its companion GJ 15 A c, making them our nearest multi-planet neighbors discovered so far.
Discovered 2018
GJ 15 A c
GJ 15 A c
Discovered 2018
Nearby GJ 15 A c orbits a red-dwarf star just 11 light-years away with its companion, making them our nearest multi-planet neighbors discovered so far.
Discovered 2012
Kepler-36 b
Kepler-36 b
Discovered 2012
Kepler-36b and its companion planet, Kepler-36c, are far too close to their sun to be in the habitable zone, but they are bizarrely close to each other.
Discovered 2013
GJ 504 b
GJ 504 b
Discovered 2013
If we could travel to this giant planet, we would see a world still glowing from the heat of its formation with a color reminiscent of a dark cherry blossom, a dull magenta.
Discovered 2004
GJ 436 b
GJ 436 b
Discovered 2004
A close exoplanet with a secret: a lack of methane on this hot world. GJ 436 b is a Neptune-sized exoplanet that orbits an M-type star. Its mass is 22.1 Earths,
Discovered 2020
TOI-849 b
TOI-849 b
Discovered 2020
A world called TOI 849 b could be the exposed, naked core of a gas giant whose atmosphere was blasted away by its star.
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