Astronomy:List of exoplanets discovered in 2017

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This is a List of exoplanets discovered in 2017.

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)[1] Discovery method Distance (ly) Host star mass (M) Host star temp. (K) Remarks
BD+03 2562 b 6.4 481.9 1.3 radial vel. 8540 1.14 4095 [2]
CoRoT-30 b 2.90±0.22 1.009±0.076 9.06005±0.00024 0.0844±0.0012 transit 3100±200 0.98+0.03−0.05 5650±100 [3]
CoRoT-31 b 0.84±0.34 1.46±0.30 4.62941±0.00075 0.0586±0.0034 transit 7000±2000 1.25+0.22−0.21 5700±120 [3]
CoRoT-32 b 0.15 0.57 6.71837 0.071 938 transit 1.08 5970 Host star also known as CoRoT 223977153[4]
Gliese 273 b 0.00909 18.6498 0.091101 259 radial vel. 12 0.29 3382 Also known as Luyten b, potentially habitable exoplanet.[5]
Gliese 273 c 0.00371 4.7234 0.036467 radial vel. 12 0.29 3382 [5]
Gliese 625 b 0.00887 14.628 0.078361 radial vel. 21 0.30 3499 [6]
Gliese 1148 c 0.2141 532.58 0.912 radial vel. 35.98 [7]
Gliese 3138 b 0.0056 1.22003 0.0197 radial vel. 92.9 0.68 3717
Gliese 3138 c 0.01315 5.974 0.057 radial vel. 92.9 0.68 3717
Gliese 3138 d 0.03304 257.8 0.698 radial vel. 92.9 0.68 3717
Gliese 3293 d 0.02391 48.1345 0.19394 radial vel. 51.4 0.42 3466
Gliese 3293 e 0.01032 13.2543 0.08208 radial vel. 51.4 0.42 3466
Gliese 3323 b 0.00636 5.3636 0.03282 radial vel. 17.4 0.16 3159
Gliese 3323 c 0.00727 40.54 0.1264 radial vel. 17.4 0.16 3159
Gliese 3942 b 0.0225 6.905 0.0608 590 radial vel. 55.3 0.63 3867
HAT-P-67b 0.34 2.085 4.81010250 0.06505 transit 1000 1.642 6406
HATS-36b 2.79±0.40 1.263±0.045 4.1752379±0.0000021 0.0529±0.0011 1363±40 transit 2860±70 1.135±0.067 5970±160 [8]Host star also known as K2-145
HATS-50b 0.39 1.130 3.8297015 0.05046 transit 2340 1.17 5990
HATS-51b 0.768 1.41 3.3488702 0.04639 1553 transit 1560 1.17 5758
HATS-52b 2.24 1.382 1.36665436 0.02498 1834 transit 2060 1.11 6010
HATS-53b 0.595 1.340 3.8537768 0.04753 1312 transit 2000 0.96 5644
HD 3167 d 0.0217 8.509 0.07757 radial vel. 149 0.86 5261
HD 17674 b 0.87 623.8 1.42 radial vel. 145 0.98 5904
HD 20781 d 0.0061+0.0012−0.0011 0.2052 5.3135±0.001 0.0529+0.0024−0.0027 radial vel. 115.36±4.4 0.7 5256±29 [9]
HD 20781 e 0.0168+0.0022−0.0021 0.2183 13.8905+0.0033−0.0034 0.1004+0.0046−0.0051 radial vel. 115.36±4.4 0.7 5256±29 [9]
HD 20794 e 0.0150 147.02 0.509 radial vel. 19.8 0.7 5401
HD 27894 c 0.162 36.07 0.198 radial vel. 138.2 0.8 4875
HD 27894 d 5.415 5174 5.448 radial vel. 138.2 0.8 4875
HD 29021 b 2.4 1362.3 2.28 radial vel. 100 0.85 5560
HD 34445 c 0.168 214.67 0.7181 radial vel. 146.8 1.07 5836
HD 34445 d 0.0970 117.87 0.4817 radial vel. 146.8 1.07 5836
HD 34445 e 0.0529 49.175 0.2687 radial vel. 146.8 1.07 5836
HD 34445 f 0.119 676.8 1.543 radial vel. 146.8 1.07 5836
HD 34445 g 0.38 5700 6.36 radial vel. 146.8 1.07 5836
HD 40956 b 2.7 578.6 1.4 radial vel. 385 2.00 4869
HD 42012 b 1.6 857.5 1.67 radial vel. 121 0.83 5405
HD 45184 c 0.0277+0.0034−0.0032 13.1354+0.0026−0.0025 0.11+0.0034−0.0036 radial vel. 71.36±0.62 1.03 5869±14 [10]
HD 76920 b 3.93 415.4 1.149 radial vel. 602.7 1.17 4698 Extremely eccentric orbit around an evolved red giant
HD 93385 Ab 0.0125±0.0015 7.3422±0.0014 0.0749±0.0017 1129±19 radial vel. 141.6±0.2 1.04±0.01 5823±35 [10]Confirmed in 2021, renamed from HD 93385 d[11]
HD 106315 b 0.0255 0.207 9.55804 0.0905 1046 transit 358 1.08 6277
HD 106315 c 0.0560 0.385 21.05788 0.1533 804 transit 358 1.08 6277
HD 111591 b 4.4 1056.4 2.5 radial vel. 352 1.94 4884
HD 113996 b 6.3 610.2 1.6 radial vel. 331.4 1.49 4181
HD 147379 b 0.0777 86.54 0.3193 radial vel. 35.01 0.58 4090
HD 176986 b 0.0181 6.48980 0.06296 radial vel. 86.1 0.79 4931
HD 176986 c 0.02888 16.8191 0.11878 radial vel. 86.1 0.79 4931
HD 177565 b 0.04751 44.505 0.246 radial vel. 56 1.0
HD 208897 b 1.40 352.7 1.05 radial vel. 211 1.25 4860
HIP 65426 b 9.0 92 1450 imaging 363 1.96 8840
HIP 67537 b 11.1 2556.5 4.91 radial vel. 2.41 4985
K2-18c 0.0236 8.962 0.060 363 radial vel. 110 0.36 3547
K2-105b 0.09439 0.369 8.266902 0.081 transit 760 1.01 5434
K2-106b 0.0263 0.136 0.571292 0.0116 2333 transit 0.95 5470 [12]Host star also known as EPIC 220674823
K2-106c 0.226 13.341245 transit 830 0.93 5590 [12]Host star also known as EPIC 220674823
K2-107b 0.84 1.44 3.31392 0.048 transit 1.3 6030
K2-108b 0.18689 0.471 4.73401 0.0573 1446 transit 1.12 5474
K2-110b 0.0525 0.2312 13.86375 0.1021 640 transit 385 0.74 5010
K2-111b 0.0271 0.17 5.35117 0.0621 1309 transit 680 0.88 5730
K2-113b 1.29 0.930 5.817608 0.0558 1178 transit 1800 1.01 5627
K2-114b 1.85 0.942 11.39109 0.09309 719 transit 1570 0.83 5027
K2-115b 0.84 1.115 20.273034 0.1367 682 transit 1360 0.83 5560
K2-116b 0.062 4.655411 0.048 transit 183.1 0.69 4348
K2-117b 0.175 1.291505 0.019 transit 0.58 3842
K2-117c 0.181 5.444820 0.051 transit 0.58 3842
K2-118b 0.227 50.92092 0.245 transit 0.76 4726
K2-119b 0.204 7.728578 0.070 transit 0.76 4753
K2-120b 0.179 9.562742 0.078 transit 0.69 4350
K2-121b 0.814 5.185754 0.052 transit 0.71 4471
K2-122b 0.114 2.219405 0.029 transit 0.63 3993
K2-123b 0.236 30.956763 0.167 transit 0.65 4076
K2-124b 0.236 6.413539 0.051 transit 0.44 3561
K2-125b 0.194 21.750264 0.121 transit 0.49 3654
K2-126b 0.164 7.387073 0.066 transit 0.70 4368
K2-127b 0.773 3.588165 0.041 transit 0.70 4388
K2-128b 0.127 5.675819 0.056 transit 0.71 4470
K2-129b 0.0928 8.239493 0.057 transit 0.36 3459
K2-130b 0.112 2.494120 0.032 transit 0.70 4356
K2-131b 0.017 0.152 0.36931 0.009500 2062 transit 501 0.84 5245
K2-132b 1.30 9.1751 transit 568 1.08 4840
K2-133b 0.117 3.0712 0.033 transit 250 0.51 3655
K2-133c 0.132 4.8682 0.045 transit 250 0.51 3655
K2-133d 0.180 11.0234 0.077 transit 250 0.51 3655
K2-135b 0.156 1.208957 0.020 1043.5 transit 98.8 0.66 4255
K2-135c 0.121 3.64802 0.042 721.9 transit 98.8 0.66 4255
K2-135d 0.187 6.20141 0.060 604.9 transit 98.8 0.66 4255
K2-136b 0.0883 7.975292 553 transit 0.74 4499
K2-136c 0.260 17.307137 0.11728 425 transit 0.74 4499
K2-136d 0.129 25.575065 373 transit 0.74 4499
K2-137b <0.5 0.079 0.179715 0.0058 1471 transit 0.46 3492
K2-138b 0.140 2.35322 0.03380 transit 597 0.93 5378
K2-138c 0.225 3.55987 0.04454 transit 597 0.93 5378
K2-138d 0.237 5.40478 0.05883 transit 597 0.93 5378
K2-138e 0.294 8.26144 0.07807 transit 597 0.93 5378
K2-138f 0.251 12.75759 0.10430 transit 597 0.93 5378
K2-139b 0.387 0.808 28.38236 0.179 565 transit 496 1.8 5340
K2-140b 0.211 1.093 6.56918 0.0687 957 transit 1110 1.00 5705
KELT-9b 2.88 1.891 1.4811235 0.03462 4050 transit 615.5 2.52 10170 Hottest confirmed exoplanet[13]
KELT-16b 2.75 1.415 0.9689951 0.02044 transit 1289.2 1.21 6236
KELT-18b 1.18 1.570 2.8717518 0.04550 2085 transit 1.52 6670
KELT-19Ab <4.07 1.91 4.6117093 0.0637 1935 transit 950 1.62 7500
KELT-20b 1.741 3.4741085 0.0542 2262 transit 455.6 1.76 8720 [14] Also known as MASCARA-2b[15]
Kepler-19d 0.0708 62.95 radial vel. 6910 0.94 5541
Kepler-80g 0.101 14.64558 418 transit 1160 0.73 4540 [16]
Kepler-90i 0.118 14.44912 709 transit 2540 1.2 6080 [16]
Kepler-150f 0.325 637.2093 1.24 transit 2980±50 5560
Kepler-1649b 0.0964 8.689090 0.0514 transit 0.22 3240
Kepler-1650b 0.0856 1.53818001 transit 393 0.33 3410
Kepler-1651b 0.164 9.87863917 transit 226 0.52 3713
Kepler-1652b 0.143 38.09722 0.1654 268 transit 822 0.40 3638
Kepler-1653b 0.194 140.2524 0.4706 284 transit 2460 0.72 4807
LHS 1140 b 0.0209 0.128 24.73712 0.0875 254 transit 40.7 0.18 3216 Potentially habitable exoplanet[17]
MASCARA-1b 3.7 1.5 2.148780 0.043 2570 transit 615.5 1.72 7554
MOA-2012-BLG-006Lb 8.40 10.2 microlensing 17000 0.49 [18]
MOA-2012-BLG-505Lb 0.02108 0.900 microlensing 23500 0.10 [19]
MOA-2016-BLG-227Lb 2.8 1.67 microlensing 21000 0.29 [20]
MXB 1658-298 b 23.7 760 1.613 timing 1.98 Circumbinary planet[21]
NGTS-1b 0.812 1.33 2.647298 0.0326 790 transit 731 0.617 3916 Largest exoplanet in relation to its star
OGLE-2013-BLG-0132Lb 0.29 3.6 microlensing 13000 0.54
OGLE-2013-BLG-1721Lb 0.64 2.6 microlensing 21000 0.46
OGLE-2016-BLG-0263Lb 4.10 5.4 microlensing 21000 0.13
OGLE-2016-BLG-0613(AB)b 4.18 6.40 microlensing 11100 0.72
OGLE-2016-BLG-1190Lb 13.38 1224 2.17 microlensing 22100 0.88 Extremely massive; possible brown dwarf[22]
OGLE-2016-BLG-1195Lb 0.00450 1.16 microlensing 13000 0.08
PSR B0329+54 b 0.00620 10140 10.26 timing 1600 1.44
PSR J2322-2650 b 0.7949 0.322963997 0.0102 timing 750 1.4
Qatar-3b 4.31 1.096 2.5079204 0.03783 1681 transit 1.15 6007
Qatar-4b 6.10 1.135 1.8053564 0.02803 1385 transit 0.90 5215
Qatar-5b 4.32 1.107 2.8792319 0.04127 1415 transit 1.13 5747
Ross 128 b 0.00440 9.8658 0.0496 301 radial vel. 11.03 0.17 3192
SAND978 b 2.18 511.21 radial vel. 2051.3 1.37 4200
TAP 26 b 1.66 10.79 0.0968 radial vel. 480 1.04 4620
Tau Ceti g 0.00551 20.00 0.133 radial vel. 12 0.78
Tau Ceti h 0.00576 49.41 0.243 radial vel. 12 0.78
TRAPPIST-1e 0.00195 0.082 6.099615 0.02817 251 transit 39 0.08 2559 Potentially habitable exoplanet[23]
TRAPPIST-1f 0.00214 0.093 9.20669 0.0371 219 transit 39 0.08 2559 Potentially habitable exoplanet[23]
TRAPPIST-1g 0.00422 0.101 12.35294 0.0451 199 transit 39 0.08 2559 Potentially habitable exoplanet[23]
TRAPPIST-1h 0.067 20 0.063 168 transit 39 0.08 2559 [23]
TYC 4282-605-1 b 10.78 101.54 0.422 radial vel. 2300 0.97 4300
WASP-53b 2.132 1.074 3.3098443 0.04101 transit 0.84 4953
WASP-53c 16.35 2840 3.73 transit 0.84 4953
WASP-81b 0.729 1.429 2.7164762 0.03908 transit 1.08 5870
WASP-91b 1.34 1.03 2.798581 0.037 1160 transit 490 0.84 4920
WASP-105b 1.8 0.96 7.87288 0.075 900 transit 0.89 5070
WASP-107b 0.12 0.94 5.721490 0.055 770 transit 0.69 4430
WASP-151b 0.31 1.13 4.533471 0.055 1290 transit 1570 1.01 5871
WASP-153b 0.39 1.55 3.332609 0.048 1700 transit 1400 1.34 5914
WASP-156b 0.128 0.51 3.836169 0.0453 970 transit 460 0.84 4910
WASP-167b 1.58 2.0219596 0.0365 2329 transit 1240 1.59 7000 Host star also known as KELT-13[24]
YZ Ceti b 0.0024 1.96876 0.01557 radial vel. 12 0.13 3056
YZ Ceti c 0.00308 3.06008 0.02090 radial vel. 12 0.13 3056
YZ Ceti d 0.00359 4.65627 0.02764 radial vel. 12 0.13 3056

Specific exoplanet lists

References

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