Astronomy:List of exoplanets discovered in 2012

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This is a List of exoplanets discovered in 2012.[1] For exoplanets detected only by radial velocity, the mass value is actually a lower limit. (See Minimum mass for more information)

Name Mass (MJ) Radius (RJ) Period (days) Semi-major axis (AU) Temp. (K)[2] Discovery method Distance (ly) Host star mass (M) Host star temp. (K) Remarks
75 Ceti b 3 691.9 2.1 radial vel. 266 2.49 4846 [3]
BD+20 274 b 4.2 578.2 1.3 radial vel. 4500±300 0.8 4296 [4]
BD+48 740 b 1.7±0.7 733+5−8 1.7±0.1 radial vel. 2214±72 1.09±0.16 4534±8 [5] Confirmed in 2018.[6]
CoRoT-21b 2.26 1.3 2.72 0.0417 1867 transit 4600±900 1.29 6200 [7]
Epsilon Coronae Borealis b 6.7 417.9 1.3 radial vel. 229.7 1.7 4406 [8]
Gliese 676 Ad 0.014 3.6005 0.0413±0.0014 radial vel. 52.29±0.03 0.71±0.04 3734 [9]
Gliese 676 Ae 0.025 35.39 0.187±0.007 radial vel. 52.29±0.03 0.71±0.04 3734 [9]
Gliese 3470 b 0.043 0.346 3.3366487 0.031 radial vel. 82 0.51 3652 [10]
HAT-P-34b 7.01 1.35 5.45265 0.06774 1520 transit 818.94 4.26 6442 [11] Proper name Ġgantija
HAT-P-35b 7.52 3.55 3.64671 0.0498 1581 transit 1677 23.56 6096 [11]
HAT-P-36b 1.8482 1.277 1.32734683 0.0241 1781 transit 968.49 1.03 5620 [11] Proper name Bran
HAT-P-37b 1.169 1.178 2.797436 0.0379 1271 transit 1341 0.93 5500 [11]Additional planets in system are suspected[12]
HAT-P-38b 0.267 0.825 4.640382 0.0523 transit 810 0.89 5330 [13] Proper name Hiisi
HAT-P-39b 0.599 1.571 3.54387 0.0509 transit 2090 1.4 6430 [14]
HAT-P-40b 0.615 1.73 4.457243 0.0608 transit 1630 1.51 6080 [14] Proper name Vytis
HAT-P-41b 0.8 1.685 2.694047 0.0426 transit 1120 1.42 6390 [15][14][16]
HAT-P-42b 1.044 1.28 4.641878 0.0575 1427 transit 1460 1.18 5743 [17] Proper name Iolaus
HAT-P-43b 0.662 1.281 3.332687 0.0443 1361 transit 1770 1.05 5645 [17]
HATS-1b 1.855 1.302 3.446459 0.0444 transit 990 0.99 5870 [18]
HD 142 c 5.3 6005 6.8 radial vel. 83.6 1.23 6245 [19]
HD 4732 b 2.37 360.2 1.19 radial vel. 184 1.74 4959 [20]
HD 4732 c 2.37 2732 4.6 radial vel. 184 1.74 4959 [20]
HD 5608 b 1.4 792.6 1.9 radial vel. 189.7 1.55 4854 [3]
HD 24040 b 4.10±0.12 3490±25 4.637±0.067 radial vel. 152.3±0.4 1.14±0.02 5917±52 [21] Suspected since 2006
HD 27631 b 1.45 2208 3.25 radial vel. 145.3 0.94 5737 [22]
HD 37605 c 3.366 2720 3.814 radial vel. 139.9 1 5448 [23]
HD 40307 e 0.0110±0.0044 34.62+0.21−0.20 0.1886+0.083−0.0104 radial vel. 41.8 0.77 4956 [24]
HD 40307 f 0.0164 51.76 0.247 radial vel. 41.8 0.77 4956 [24]
HD 40307 g 0.0223 197.8 0.6 radial vel. 41.8 0.77 4956 [24]
HD 66141 b 6 480.5 1.2 radial vel. 261.1 1.1 4323 [25]
HD 77338b 0.05 5.7361 0.0614 radial vel. 134.6 0.93 5370 [26]
HD 79498 b 1.34 1807 2.98 radial vel. 159.89 1.08 5748 [27]
HD 98649 b 6.8 4951 5.6 radial vel. 139.5 1 5759 [22]
HD 106515 Ab 9.61 3630 4.59 radial vel. 118.6 0.97 5362 [22]
HD 150706 b 2.71 5894 6.7 radial vel. 88.8 1.17 5961 [21]
HD 159868 c 0.73 352.3 1 radial vel. 171.9 1.09 5558 [19]
HD 166724 b 3.53 5144 5.42 radial vel. 140.2 0.81 5127 [22]
HD 197037 b 0.79 1035.7 2.07 radial vel. 107.1 1.063±0.022 6137±20 [27]
HD 207832 b 0.56 161.97 0.57 radial vel. 180.4 0.94 5710 [28] Suspected false positive[29]
HD 207832 c 0.73 1155.7 2.112 radial vel. 180.4 0.94 5710 [28] Suspected false positive[29]
HD 208527 b 9.9 875.5 2.1 radial vel. 1148.4 1.6 4035 [30]
HD 219077 b 10.39 5501 6.22 radial vel. 95 1.05 5362 [22]
HD 219415 b 1 2093.3 3.2 radial vel. 553.7 1 4820 [4]
HD 220074 b 11.1 672.1 1.6 radial vel. 942.7 1.2 3935 [30]
HD 220689 b 1.06 2209 3.36 radial vel. 147.5 1.04 5921 [22]
HD 220773 b 1.45 3724.7 4.94 radial vel. 159.82 1.16 5940 [27]
HD 222155 b 2.12 3999 5.14 radial vel. 165.3 1.21 5701 [21]
HW Virginis b 14.3 4640 4.69 timing 590 0.485 [31]Likely false positive[32]
Kappa Andromedae b 13.616 55 1850 imaging 169.7 2.6 10900 Has a reddish color, and may be a brown dwarf[33]
KELT-1b 27.23 1.11 1.217514 0.02466 2423 transit 850 1.32 6518 [34]
KELT-2Ab 1.522 1.286 4.1137912 0.05496 transit 405.2 1.31 6151 [35]
Kepler-30b 0.036 0.348 29.33434 0.18 transit 4600 0.99 5498 [36]
Kepler-30c 2.01 1.097 60.323105 0.3 transit 4600 0.99 5498 [36]
Kepler-30d 0.073 0.785 143.34394 0.5 transit 4600 0.99 5498 [36]
Kepler-32d 0.241 22.7802 0.13 transit 990 0.58 3900 [36]
Kepler-32e 0.134 2.896 0.033 transit 990 0.58 3900 Weak evidence[36]
Kepler-32f 0.073 0.74296 0.013 transit 990 0.58 3900 Weak evidence[36]
Kepler-33f 0.03036 0.398 41.02902 0.2535 transit 4086 1.29 5904 [37]
Kepler-34b 0.22 0.764 288.822 1.0896 transit 4889 1.05 5913 [38]
Kepler-35b 0.127 0.728 131.458 0.60347 transit 5365 0.89 5606 [38]
Kepler-36b 0.014 0.133 13.83989 0.1153 transit 1500 1.07 5911 [39]
Kepler-36c 0.025 0.328 16.23855 0.1283 transit 1500 1.07 5911 [39]
Kepler-38b 0.384 0.384 105.599 0.4632 transit 2000 0.94 5623 [40]
Kepler-46b 6 0.808 33.60134 0.1968 transit 2790 0.9 5309 [41]
Kepler-46c 0.376 57.011 0.2799 timing 2790 0.9 5309 [41]
Kepler-47b 2 0.27 49.532 0.2962 transit 4900 1.05 5636 [42]
Kepler-47c 28 0.411 303.137 0.991 transit 4900 1.05 5636 [42]
Kepler-48b 0.0124 0.168 4.778 transit 1009±5 0.88 5194 [43][44]
Kepler-48c 0.04597 0.242 9.67395 transit 1009±5 0.88 5194 [43][44]
Kepler-49b 0.98 0.243 7.2037945 transit 1024±8 0.55 4252 [43][44]
Kepler-49c 0.72 0.227 10.9129343 transit 1024±8 0.55 4252 [43][44]
Kepler-50b 0.153 7.81254 0.077 transit 821±6 1.24 6225 [44]
Kepler-50c 0.194 9.37647 0.087 transit 821±6 1.24 6225 [44]
Kepler-51b 0.007 0.633 45.154 0.2514 543 transit 2610±50 1.04 6018 [44]
Kepler-51c 0.013 0.803 85.312 0.384 439 transit 2610±50 1.04 6018 [44]
Kepler-52b 8.7 0.187 7.8773565 transit 1058±7 0.54 4263 [44]
Kepler-52c 10.41 0.164 16.3850021 transit 1058±7 0.54 4263 [44]
Kepler-53b 18.41 0.258 18.6489525 transit 4600±200 0.98 5858 [43][44]
Kepler-53c 15.74 0.283 38.5583038 transit 4600±200 0.98 5858 [43][44]
Kepler-54b 0.92 0.187 8.0109434 transit 893±9 0.51 4252 [44]
Kepler-54c 0.37 0.11 12.0717249 transit 893±9 0.51 4252 [44]
Kepler-55b 1.49 0.217 27.9481449 transit 1920±30 0.62 4503 [44]
Kepler-55c 1.11 0.197 42.1516418 transit 1920±30 0.62 4503 [44]
Kepler-56b 0.07 0.581 10.5016 0.1028 transit 3060±80 1.32 4840 [44]
Kepler-56c 0.57 0.874 21.40239 0.1652 transit 3060±80 1.32 4840 [44]
Kepler-57b 18.86 0.195 5.7293196 transit 3140±30 0.83 5145 [43][44]
Kepler-57c 6.95 0.138 11.6092567 transit 3140±30 0.83 5145 [43][44]
Kepler-58b 1.39 0.248 10.2184954 transit 3250±80 0.95 6099 [43][44]
Kepler-58c 2.19 0.255 15.5741568 transit 3250±80 0.95 6099 [43][44]
Kepler-59b 2.05 0.098 11.8681707 transit 3925±75 1.04 6074 [44]
Kepler-59c 1.37 0.177 17.9801235 transit 3925±75 1.04 6074 [44]
Kepler-60b 0.01318 0.153 7.1334 transit 3440±70 1.04 5905 [44]
Kepler-60c 0.01211 0.17 8.9187 transit 3440±70 1.04 5905 [44]
Kepler-60d 0.01309 0.178 11.8981 transit 3440±70 1.04 5905 [44]
Kepler-64b 0.531 0.551 138.317 0.652 transit 6200±1000 1.53 6407 [45] Quadruple star system
Kepler-79b 0.0343 0.31 13.4845 0.117 868 transit 3430±60 1.17 6174 [43]
Kepler-79c 0.019 0.332 27.4029 0.187 685 transit 3430±60 1.17 6174 [43]
Kepler-80b 0.0218 0.238 7.05246 0.0648 transit 1160 0.73 4540 [43]
Kepler-80c 0.02121 0.244 9.52355 0.0792 transit 1160 0.73 4540 [43]
Kepler-81b 0.216 5.955 646 transit 1147±10 0.64 4500 [43]
Kepler-81c 0.211 12.04 513 transit 1147±10 0.64 4500 [43]
Kepler-82b 0.357 26.444 581 transit 3030±80 0.85 5428 [43]
Kepler-82c 0.477 51.538 464 transit 3030±80 0.85 5428 [43]
Kepler-83b 0.252 9.77 transit 1320±17 0.66 4648 [43][46]
Kepler-83c 0.211 20.09 transit 1320±17 0.66 4648 [43][46]
Kepler-84b 0.199 8.726 937 transit 4700±500 1 6031 [43][46]
Kepler-84c 0.211 12.883 821 transit 4700±500 1 6031 [43][46]
Kepler-85b 0.176 8.306 transit 2550±50 0.92 5436 [43] KOI-2038[47]
Kepler-85c 0.194 12.513 transit 2550±50 0.92 5436 [43] KOI-2038[47]
MOA-2010-BLG-073Lb 11 1.21 microlensing 9100 0.16 Possibly brown dwarf[48]
MOA-2010-BLG-477Lb 1.4±0.3 2.8±0.5 microlensing 7500±2000 0.53±0.11 5950±150 [49]White dwarf host star[50]
MOA-bin-1Lb 3.7±2.1 8.3+4.5−2.7 microlensing 17000 0.75+0.33−0.41 [51]
Mu2 Octantis b 6.9 3638 5.02 radial vel. 142.1 1.29 6017 [22]
Nu Ophiuchi b 24 530.32 1.9 radial vel. 152.8 3.04 4928 Brown dwarf or small star[3]
Nu Ophiuchi c 27 3186 6.1 radial vel. 152.8 3.04 4928 Brown dwarf or small star[3]
OGLE-2012-BLG-0026Lb 0.145 4 microlensing 13110 1.06 [52]
OGLE-2012-BLG-0026Lc 0.86 4.8 microlensing 13110 1.06 [52]
Omicron Coronae Borealis b 1.5 187.83 0.83 radial vel. 274.1 2.13 4749 [3]
Omicron Ursae Majoris b 4.1 1630 3.9 radial vel. 183.7 3.09 5242 [3]
Pr0201 b 0.54 4.4264 radial vel. 610 1.23 6174 [53] In Beehive Cluster
Pr0211 b 1.88 2.1461 0.03176 radial vel. 610 0.94 5300 [53] Multi-planet system In Beehive Cluster
RR Caeli b 3.0±0.3 1900±40 5.2±0.1 timing 69.10±0.03 0.18+0.44 3100+7540 Circumbinary planet around red and white dwarfs.[54][55]
Tau Ceti e 0.0124 162.87 0.538 radial vel. 12 0.78 [56] Potentially habitable exoplanet
Tau Ceti f 0.0124 636.13 1.334 radial vel. 12 0.78 [56]
WASP-42b 0.527 1.122 4.9816819 0.0561 1021±19 transit 520 0.95 5315 [57]
WASP-47b 1.21 1.15 4.16071 0.052 1275 transit 650 1.11 5576 [58]
WASP-49b 0.378 1.115 2.7817387 0.0379 1369±39 transit 550 0.94 5600 [57]
WASP-52b 0.46 1.27 1.7497798 0.0272 1315±35 transit 460 0.87 5000 [59] Proper name Göktürk
WASP-54b 0.636 1.653 3.6936411 0.04987 1742+49−69 transit 650 1.21 6100 [60]
WASP-55b 0.627 1.335 4.4656291 0.0558 1290 transit 1100 1.16 6070 [58]
WASP-56b 0.571 1.092 4.617101 0.05458 1200 transit 830 1.03 5600 [60]
WASP-57b 0.644 1.05 2.83891856 0.03769 1338±29 transit 1480 0.89 5600 [60]
WASP-58b 0.89 1.37 5.01718 0.0561 1270±80 transit 980 0.94 5800 [59]
WASP-59b 0.863 0.775 7.919585 0.0697 670±35 transit 410 0.72 4650 [59]
WASP-60b 0.514 0.86 4.3050011 0.0531 1479±35 transit 1300 1.08 5900 [59] Proper name Vlasina
WASP-61b 2.06 1.24 3.8559 0.0514 1565±35 transit 1600 1.22 6320 [58]
WASP-62b 0.57 1.39 4.411953 0.0567 1329.6±44.8 transit 520 1.25 6280 [58] Proper name Krotoa
WASP-63b 0.38 1.43 4.37809 0.0574 1536±37 transit 1100 1.32 5570 [58]
WASP-64b 1.271 1.271 1.5732918 0.02648 1989+87−88 transit 1100 1 5400 [61] Proper name Agouto
WASP-66b 2.32 1.39 4.086052 0.0546 1790±60 transit 1200 1.3 6580 [58]
WASP-67b 0.42 1.4 4.61442 0.0517 1050 transit 730 0.87 5240 [58]
WASP-71b 2.242 1.46 2.9036747 0.04619 2016.1+67.0−52.5 transit 1130 1.56 6059 [62] Proper name Tanzanite
WASP-72b 1.5461 1.27 2.2167421 0.03708 2210+120−130 transit 1100 1.39 6250 [61] Proper name Cuptor
WASP-77Ab 1.76 1.21 1.3600309 0.024 1715 transit 300 1 5500 Orbiting primary star of binary star system[63]
WASP-78b 0.89 1.7 2.17517632 0.0362 2350 transit 1800 1.17 6100 [64]
WASP-79b 0.9 2.09 3.6623866 0.0535 1900±50 transit 780 1.38 6600 [64] Proper name Pollera
WISE 1217+1626 B 22 0.934 8 450 imaging 29±3 0.03 575 Brown dwarf[65]
WTS-1b 4.01 1.49 3.352057 0.047 1500±100 transit 8100±1000 1.2 6250 [66]

Specific exoplanet lists

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