# Category:Planetary transit variables

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Here is a list of articles in the category **Planetary transit variables** of the Astronomy portal.

**Planetary transit variables** are a class of variable stars that exhibit small periodic dips in brightness due to a planet transiting the star's disk.

## Pages in category "Planetary transit variables"

The following 170 pages are in this category, out of 170 total.

### 5

- 55 Cancri
*(astronomy)*

### A

- ADS 16402
*(astronomy)*

### C

### G

- Gliese 1214
*(astronomy)* - Gliese 3293
*(astronomy)* - Gliese 436
*(astronomy)* - GSC 02620-00648
*(astronomy)* - GSC 02652-01324
*(astronomy)* - GSC 03089-00929
*(astronomy)* - GSC 03549-02811
*(astronomy)*

### H

- HAT-P-11
*(astronomy)* - HAT-P-12
*(astronomy)* - HAT-P-13
*(astronomy)* - HAT-P-17
*(astronomy)* - HAT-P-18
*(astronomy)* - HAT-P-19
*(astronomy)* - HAT-P-20
*(astronomy)* - HAT-P-21
*(astronomy)* - HAT-P-23
*(astronomy)* - HAT-P-24
*(astronomy)* - HAT-P-25
*(astronomy)* - HAT-P-26
*(astronomy)* - HAT-P-3
*(astronomy)* - HAT-P-33
*(astronomy)* - HAT-P-4
*(astronomy)* - HAT-P-5
*(astronomy)* - HAT-P-6
*(astronomy)* - HAT-P-7
*(astronomy)* - HAT-P-8
*(astronomy)* - HAT-P-9
*(astronomy)* - HD 146389
*(astronomy)* - HD 147506
*(astronomy)* - HD 149026
*(astronomy)* - HD 149143
*(astronomy)* - HD 15082
*(astronomy)* - HD 17156
*(astronomy)* - HD 179070
*(astronomy)* - HD 189733
*(astronomy)* - HD 191939
*(astronomy)* - HD 209458
*(astronomy)* - HD 21749
*(astronomy)* - HD 233731
*(astronomy)* - HD 80606 and HD 80607
*(astronomy)* - HD 97658
*(astronomy)*

### K

- K2-19
*(astronomy)* - K2-28
*(astronomy)* - K2-3
*(astronomy)* - K2-32
*(astronomy)* - K2-33
*(astronomy)* - KELT-2A
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-10
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-11
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-12
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-1229
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-13
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-138
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-14
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-15
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-160
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-1625
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-17
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-18
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-19
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-20
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-22
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-23
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-24
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-25
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-26
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-27
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-28
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-29
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-30
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-31
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-32
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-33
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-34
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-35
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-36
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-37
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-38
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-39
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-4
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-40
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-41
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-419
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-42
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-43
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-432
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-44
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-442
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-45
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-46
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-47
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-5
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-56
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-6
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-61
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-62
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-65
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-66
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-67
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-68
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-69
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-7
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-70
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-71
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-8
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-9
*(astronomy)* - Kepler-90
*(astronomy)*

### L

- Lupus-TR-3
*(astronomy)*

### O

- OGLE-TR-10
*(astronomy)* - OGLE-TR-111
*(astronomy)* - OGLE-TR-113
*(astronomy)* - OGLE-TR-132
*(astronomy)* - OGLE-TR-182
*(astronomy)* - OGLE-TR-211
*(astronomy)* - OGLE-TR-56
*(astronomy)* - OGLE2-TR-L9
*(astronomy)*

### Q

- Qatar 1
*(astronomy)*

### S

- SWEEPS J175853.92−291120.6
*(astronomy)*

### T

- TOI 732
*(astronomy)*

### W

- WASP-1
*(astronomy)* - WASP-10
*(astronomy)* - WASP-12
*(astronomy)* - WASP-121
*(astronomy)* - WASP-13
*(astronomy)* - WASP-14
*(astronomy)* - WASP-15
*(astronomy)* - WASP-16
*(astronomy)* - WASP-17
*(astronomy)* - WASP-18
*(astronomy)* - WASP-19
*(astronomy)* - WASP-2
*(astronomy)* - WASP-24
*(astronomy)* - WASP-25
*(astronomy)* - WASP-26
*(astronomy)* - WASP-29
*(astronomy)* - WASP-3
*(astronomy)* - WASP-32
*(astronomy)* - WASP-36
*(astronomy)* - WASP-37
*(astronomy)* - WASP-4
*(astronomy)* - WASP-43
*(astronomy)* - WASP-44
*(astronomy)* - WASP-47
*(astronomy)* - WASP-49
*(astronomy)* - WASP-5
*(astronomy)* - WASP-6
*(astronomy)* - WASP-7
*(astronomy)* - WASP-76
*(astronomy)* - WASP-8
*(astronomy)*

### X

- XO-1
*(astronomy)* - XO-2 (star)
*(astronomy)* - XO-3
*(astronomy)* - XO-4
*(astronomy)* - XO-5
*(astronomy)*