List of multiplanetary systems

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Number of extrasolar planet discoveries per year through February 2014. Colors indicate method of detection.
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Multiplanetary systems organized by spectral type of host star.

From the total of 1103 stars known to have exoplanets (as of April 4, 2014), there are a total of 460 known multiplanetary systems,[1] or stars with at least two confirmed planets, beyond our Solar System. About 280 of these have only two confirmed exoplanets, but some have a significantly larger number. The star with the most confirmed planets is our Sun with 8 confirmed planets, while the stars with the most confirmed exoplanets are Kepler-90 and HD 10180 with 7 confirmed planets each; in 2012, two more exoplanet candidates have been suggested for HD 10180, which would bring the total to 9 exoplanets in that system.

The 460 multiplanetary systems are listed below according to the star's distance from Earth. Gliese 876, with 4 confirmed exoplanets, is the closest multiplanetary system at 15 light years from our Solar System. A total of 12 systems are known that are closer than 50 light years away, but most are much farther away. The farthest confirmed multiplanetary system is OGLE-2012-BLG-0026L, at 13300 ly away.

The table below contains information about the coordinates, spectral and physical properties, and number of confirmed planets. The two most important stellar properties are mass and metallicity because it determines how these planetary systems form. The higher mass and metallicity tend to have more planets and more massive planets.

Multiplanetary systems[edit]

Color indicates number of planets
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Star
Constellation
Right
ascension

Declination
Apparent
magnitude

Distance (ly)
Spectral
type

Mass
(M)
Temperature (K)
Age
(Gyr)
Confirmed
(unconfirmed)
planets
Notes
Sun - - −26.74 1.6 × 10-5 G2V 1 5778 4.572 8 Our home star
Gliese 876 Aquarius 22h 53m 16.73s −14° 15′ 49.3″ 10.17 15 M4V 0.334 3348 4.893 4 -
82 G. Eridani Eridanus 03h 19m 55.65s −43° 04′ 11.2″ 4.254 20 G8V 0.97 5401 5.76 3 -
Gliese 581 Libra 15h 19m 26.83s −07° 43′ 20.2″ 10.56 20 M3V 0.311 3484 4.326 4 (2) -
Gliese 667 C Scorpius 17h 18m 57.16s −34° 59′ 23.14″ 10.20 21 M1.5V 0.31 3700 unknown 5 (2) Triple star system
61 Virginis Virgo 13h 18m 24.31s −18° 18′ 40.3″ 4.74 28 G5V 0.954 5531 8.96 3 -
55 Cancri Cancer 08h 52m 35.81s +28° 19′ 50.9″ 5.95 40 G8V 1.026 5217 5.543 5 -
HD 69830 Puppis 08h 18m 23.95s −12° 37′ 55.8″ 5.95 41 K0V 0.856 5385 7.446 3 -
HD 40307 Pictor 05h 54m 04.24s −60° 01′ 24.5″ 7.17 42 K2.5V 0.752 4977 1.198 6 -
Upsilon Andromedae Andromeda 01h 36m 47.84s +41° 24′ 19.7″ 4.09 44 F8V 1.01 6107 3.781 4 -
47 Ursae Majoris Ursa Major 10h 59m 27.97s +40° 25′ 48.9″ 5.10 46 G0V 1.029 5892 7.434 3 -
Nu2 Lupi Lupus 15h 21m 49.57s −48° 19′ 01.1″ 5.65 47 G2V unknown unknown unknown 3 -
Gliese 163 Dorado 04h 09m 16s −53° 22′ 25″ 11.8 49 M3.5V 0.4 unknown 3 3 (1) -
Mu Arae Ara 17h 44m 08.70s −51° 50′ 02.6″ 5.15 51 G3IV-V 1.077 5704 6.413 4 -
HD 113538 Centaurus 13h 04m 57.48s −52° 26′ 34.5″ 9.10 52 K9V 0.698 4685 1.278 2 -
Gliese 777 Cygnus 20h 03m 37.41s +29° 53′ 48.5″ 5.71 52 G6IV 1.037 5588 12.11 2 -
Gliese 676 A Ara 17h 30m 11.2042s −51° 38′ 13.116″ 9.59 53 M0V 0.71 unknown unknown 4 -
HD 128311 Boötes 14h 36m 00.56s +09° 44′ 47.5″ 7.51 54 K0V 0.804 4965 0.394 2 -
14 Herculis Hercules 16h 10m 24.31s +43° 49′ 03.5″ 6.67 57 K0V 0.902 5311 0.706 2 -
83 Leonis Leo 11h 26m 46.28s +03° 00′ 22.8″ 7.57 59 K2V 0.777 4875 4.486 2 -
HD 217107 Pisces 22h 58m 15.54s −02° 23′ 43.4″ 6.18 65 G8IV 1.019 5646 7.32 2 -
Gliese 221 Orion 05h 53m 0s −05° 59′ 41″ 9.69 66 K7V or M0V 0.7 4324 4.4 2 (1) -
HD 215152 Aquarius 22h 43m 21s −06° 24′ 03″ 8.13 70 G8IV 1.019 5646 7.32 2 -
HD 1461 Cetus 00h 18m 41.62s −08° 03′ 09.5″ 6.47 76 G0V 1.08 5765 6.3 2 -
HD 134060 Circinus 15h 10m 44.97s −61° 25′ 20.3″ 6.29 79 G3IV unknown unknown unknown 2 -
HD 60532 Puppis 07h 34m 03.18s −22° 17′ 45.8″ 4.46 83 F6IV-V 1.444 6095 2.671 2 -
HD 96700 Hydra 11h 07m 54s −30° 10′ 28 ″ 6.50 83 G0V unknown unknown unknown 2 -
HD 142 Phoenix 00h 06m 18.66s −49° 04′ 30.3″ 5.70 84 G1IV... 1.1 6180 5.93 2 (1) -
HD 39194 Mensa 05h 44m 32s −70° 08′ 37″ 8.08 84 K0V unknown unknown unknown 3 -
23 Librae Libra 15h 13m 28.67s −25° 18′ 33.6″ 6.45 85 G5V 1.047 5559 7.322 2 -
HIP 57274 Ursa Major 11h 44m 41s +30° 57′ 33 ″ 8.96 85 K5V 0.73 4640 7.87 3 -
HD 181433 Pavo 19h 25m 09.57s −66° 28′ 07.7″ 8.38 87 K5V 0.777 4962 8.974 3 -
HD 134606 Apus 15h 15m 15s −70° 31′ 11″ 6.85 87 G6IV unknown unknown unknown 3 -
HD 82943 Hydra 09h 34m 50.74s −12° 07′ 46.4″ 6.54 90 G0V 1.175 5874 3.08 2 (1) -
HD 114386 Centaurus 13h 10m 39.82s −35° 03′ 17.2″ 8.73 91 K3V unknown 4819 2.19 2 -
HD 13808 Eridanus 02h 12m 43s −53° 44′ 38″ 8.38 93 K2V unknown unknown unknown 2 -
Star Constellation Right
ascension
Declination Apparent
magnitude
Distance (ly) Spectral
type
Mass
(M)
Temperature (K) Age
(Gyr)
Confirmed
(unconfirmed)
planets
Notes
HD 21693 Reticulum 03h 27m 12s −58° 19′ 25″ 7.94 105 G9IV unknown unknown unknown 2 -
HD 11964 Cetus 01h 57m 09.61s −10° 14′ 32.7″ 6.42 107 G5IV 1.125 5522 9.561 2 -
HD 45364 Canis Major 06h 25m 38.48s −31° 28′ 51.4″ 8.07 107 G8V 0.815 5434 7.546 2 -
HD 37124 Taurus 05h 37m 02.49s +20° 43′ 50.8″ 7.68 110 G4V 0.83 5606 3.327 3 -
HD 65216 Carina 07h 53m 41.3s −63° 38′ 50.4″ 7.98 112 G5V 0.92 5666 3.327 2 -
HD 12661 Aries 02h 04m 34.29s +25° 24′ 51.5″ 7.44 114 G6V 1.068 5742 7.051 2 -
HD 51608 Carina 006h 54m 51s −55° 15′ 34″ 8.17 114 K0IV unknown unknown unknown 2 -
HD 20781 Fornax 03h 20m 03s −28° 47′ 02″ 8.44 115 G9.5V unknown unknown unknown 2 Located in binary star system.
HD 169830 Sagittarius 18h 27m 49.48s −29° 49′ 00.7″ 5.91 119 F9V 1.413 6266 4.95 2 -
HD 215456 Grus 22h 46m 08s −48° 58′ 4″ 6.63 124 G0.5V unknown unknown unknown 2 -
Kepler-42 Cygnus 19h 28m 53s +44° 37′ 10″ 16.12 126 M 0.13 3068 unknown 3 -
HD 31527 Lepus 04h 55m 38s −23° 14′ 31″ 7.48 126 G0V unknown unknown unknown 3 -
HD 10180 Hydrus 01h 37m 53.58s −60° 30′ 41.5″ 7.33 127 G1V 1.055 5911 4.335 7 (2) -
HD 47186 Canis Major 06h 36m 08.79s −27° 37′ 20.3″ 7.79 129 G6V 0.991 5675 4.437 2 -
HR 8799 Pegasus 23h 07m 28.72s +21° 08′ 03.3″ 5.96 129 A5V 1.472 7429 0.064 4 -
HD 38529 Orion 05h 46m 34.96s +01° 10′ 06.7″ 5.94 138 G4V 1.48 5697 3.28 2 (1) -
HD 93385 Vela 10h 46m 15s −41° 27′ 52″ 7.49 138 G2V unknown unknown unknown 2 -
BD-08°2823 Sextans 10h 00m 47.72s −09° 31′ 00.0″ 9.86 139 K3V 0.744 4746 4.526 2 -
HD 147018 Triangulum Australe 16h 23m 00.15s −61° 41′ 19.5″ 8.37 140 G9V 0.927 5441 6.364 2 -
HD 37605 Orion 05h 40m 01.73s +06° 03′ 38.1″ 8.69 140 K0 0.8 5475 10.71 2 -
HD 215497 Tucana 22h 46m 36.75s −56° 35′ 58.3″ 8.97 142 K3V 0.865 4852 4.568 2 -
HD 20003 Hydrus 03h 07m 38s −72° 19′ 19″ 8.37 143 G8V unknown unknown unknown 2 -
HD 155358 Hercules 17h 09m 34.62s +33° 21′ 21.1″ 7.27 144 G0V 0.873 5760 9.992 2 -
HIP 5158 Cetus 01h 06m 02.05s −22° 27′ 11.4″ 10.21 146 K5 0.78 4962 unknown 2 -
HD 187123 Cygnus 19h 46m 58.11s +34° 25′ 10.3″ 7.83 157 G5V 1.056 5714 5.327 2 -
HD 204313 Capricornus 21h 28m 12.21s –21° 43′ 34.5″ 7.99 154 G5V 1.045 5767 3.38 3 -
HD 11506 Cetus 01h 52m 50.53s −19° 30′ 25.1″ 7.54 169 G0V 1.191 6058 5.42 2 -
HD 41248 Pictor 06h 00m 33.0s −56° 09′ 43″ 8.82 171 G2V 0.92 5713 2 2 -
HD 9446 Triangulum 01h 33m 20.18s +29° 15′ 54.5″ 8.35 171 G5V 1.003 5793 3.876 2 -
HD 159868 Scorpius 17h 38m 59.53s −43° 08′ 43.8″ 7.27 172 G5V 1.09 5395 8.1 2 -
HIP 14810 Aries 03h 11m 14.23s +21° 05′ 50.5″ 8.51 174 G5V 0.989 5485 5.271 3 -
HD 125612 Virgo 14h 20m 53.51s −17° 28′ 53.5″ 8.33 177 G3V 1.099 5897 2.15 3 -
HD 207832 Piscis Austrinus 21h 52m 36.0s −26° 01′ 36″ 8.79 177 G5V 0.94 5710 4.5 2 -
HD 183263 Aquila 19h 28m 24.57s +08° 21′ 30.0″ 7.86 180 G2IV 1.172 5888 3.303 2 -
HD 177830 Lyra 19h 05m 20.77s +25° 55′ 14.4″ 7.18 193 K0IV 1.477 4948 4.033 2 -
Star Constellation Right
ascension
Declination Apparent
magnitude
Distance (ly) Spectral
type
Mass
(M)
Temperature (K) Age
(Gyr)
Confirmed
(unconfirmed)
planets
Notes
HD 109271 Virgo 12h 33m 36.0s −11° 37′ 19″ 8.05 202 G5 1.047 5783 7.3 2 (1) -
HD 108874 Coma Berenices 12h 30m 26.88s +22° 52′ 47.4″ 8.74 204 G5V 0.987 5407 7.26 2 -
HD 154857 Ara 17h 11m 15.72s −56° 40′ 50.9″ 7.25 209 G5V 1.17 5445 8.98 2 -
HD 74156 Hydra 08h 42m 25.12s +04° 34′ 41.2″ 7.61 210 G0IV 1.236 6039 7.375 2 (1) -
Kepler-37 Lyra 18h 58m 23.1s 44° 31′ 05″ 9.77 215 G 0.803 5417 6 3 -
HD 200964 Equuleus 21h 06m 39.84s +03° 48′ 11.2″ 6.49 223 K0III 1.437 5164 2.992 2 -
HD 163607 Draco 17h 53m 40s +56° 23′ 31″ 8.15 225 G5IV 1.09 5543 8.6 2 -
HD 159243 Ophiuchus 17h 33m 22.0s +05° 42′ 03″ 8.65 225 G0V 1.125 6123 1.25 2 -
HD 13908 Cassiopeia 02h 18m 15.0s +65° 35′ 40″ 7.51 232 F8V 1.29 6255 2.9 2 -
24 Sextantis Sextans 10h 23m 28.37s −00° 54′ 08.1″ 6.44 253 G5III 1.545 5098 2.697 2 -
HD 4203 Pisces 00h 44m 41.0s +20° 26′ 56″ 8.68 253 G5 1.13 5701 9.41 2 -
HAT-P-17 Cygnus 21h 38m 08.73s +30° 29′ 19.4″ 10.54 295 K0V 0.857 5246 7.751 2 -
HD 73526 Vela 08h 37m 16.48s −41° 19′ 08.8″ 9.00 328 G6V 1.02 5470 5.589 2 -
HD 16031 Cetus 02h 34m 11s −12° 23′ 03″ 9.76 362 F2V 0.83 6040 12.8 2 -
HD 47536 Canis Major 06h 37m 47.62s −32° 20′ 23.0″ 5.26 402 K1III 0.944 4379 9.328 2 -
Kepler-68 Cygnus 19h 24m 07.76s +49° 02′ 25.0″ 8.588 440 G 1.079 5793 6.3 3 -
COROT-7 Monoceros 06h 43m 49.47s −01° 03′ 46.9″ 11.73 489 K0V 0.93 5275 1.5 2 (1) -
Kepler-186 Cygnus 19h 54m 36.6s +43° 57′ 18″ 14 (v-mag) ~500 M1V 0.54 4048 unknown 5 -
Kepler-10 Draco 19h 02m 33.06s +50° 14′ 28.7″ 10.96 564 G5V 0.895 5627 11.876 2 -
HAT-P-13 Ursa Major 08h 39m 31.81s +47° 21′ 07.3″ 10.62 698 G4 1.22 5638 5 2 (1) -
HD 102272 Virgo 11h 46m 23.54s +14° 07′ 26.3″ 8.71 796 K2III 1.886 4908 1.527 2 -
Kepler-20 Lyra 19h 10m 47.524s 42° 20′ 19.30″ 12.51 950 G8 0.912 5466 8.8 5 -
PSR B1257+12 Virgo 13h 00m 03.58s +12° 40′ 56.5″ 24.31 980 pulsar 1.444 28856 0.797 3 -
Star Constellation Right
ascension
Declination Apparent
magnitude
Distance (ly) Spectral
type
Mass
(M)
Temperature (K) Age
(Gyr)
Confirmed
(unconfirmed)
planets
Notes
Kepler-80 Lyra 19h 44m 27.0s +39° 58′ 44″ 15.0 1100 unknown unknown 4250 unknown 4 (1) -
Kepler-62 Lyra 18h 52m 51.0s +45° 20′ 60″ 13.75 ~1200 K2V 0.69 4869 unknown 5 -
Kepler-88 Lyra 19h 24m 36s +40° 40′ 10″ 11.454 ~1255 G 1.022 5513 2.45 2 -
Kepler-32 Cygnus 19h 51m 22.0s +46° 34′ 27″ 16 1301.1 M1V 0.58 3900 unknown 5 -
Kepler-36 Cygnus 19h 25m 00.04s +49° 13′ 54.58″ 11.866 1530 G1V 1.07 5911 unknown 2
NN Serpentis Serpens 15h 52m 56.13s +12° 54′ 44.7″ 16.67 1593 WD+M 0.646 18858 10.153 2 Circumbinary planets
Kepler-11 Cygnus 19h 48m 27.62s +41° 54′ 32.9″ 13.69 1999 G4V 0.954 5681 7.834 6 -
Kepler-90 Draco 18h 57m 44.0s +49° 18′ 19″ 14.0 ~2500 1.13 5930 unknown 7 -
Kepler-23 Cygnus 19h 36m 52.54s +49° 28′ 45.21″ 13.438 2600 1.11 5760 unknown 3 -
Kepler-9 Lyra 19h 02m 17.76s +38° 24′ 03.2″ 13.91 2754 G2V 0.998 5722 3.008 3 -
Kepler-46 Cygnus 19h 17m 04.449s +42° 36′ 15.03″ 15.262 2800 0.9 5155 9.9 3 -
Kepler-70 Cygnus 19h 45m 25s 41° 05′ 34″ 14.87 3849 sdB 0.496 27730 0.018 2 (1) -
Kepler-24 Lyra 19h 21m 39.18s +38° 20′ 37.51″ 14.925 3910 1.03 5800 unknown 4 -
Kepler-29 Cygnus 19h 53m 23.60s +47° 29′ 28.41″ 15.282 4560 1 5750 unknown 2
Kepler-30 Lyra 19h 01m 08.07s +38° 56′ 50.21″ 15.403 4560 0.99 5498 unknown 3
OGLE-2006-BLG-109L Sagittarius 17h 52m 35.22s −30° 05′ 15.7″ 19.87 4850 M1V 0.513 3998 6.315 2 -
Kepler-47 Cygnus 19h 41m 11.5s +46° 55′ 13.69″ 15.178 ~4900 G
M
unknown 5636(A)
(B is unknown)
unknown 3 Circumbinary planets
Kepler-31 Cygnus 19h 36m 05.52s +45° 51′ 11.09″ 15.237 6850 1.21 6340 unknown 3 (1)
Kepler-19 Cygnus 19h 21m 41s +37° 51′ 06″ 15.178 6910 0.936 5541 1.9 2
OGLE-2012-BLG-0026L 17h 34m 19s −27° 08′ 34″ 13300 G5 V 0.82 unknown unknown 2
Kepler-33 Lyra 19h 16m 18.61s +46° 00′ 18.8″ 13.988 G1IV 1.164 5849 4.27 5
Kepler-89 Cygnus 19h 49m 20s +41° 53′ 28″ 12.4 1.25 6116 3.9 4 Hints of additional planets [2]
Kepler-18 Cygnus 19h 52m 19.06s +44° 44′ 46.76″ 13.549 0.97 5345 10 3
Kepler-25 Lyra 19h 06m 33.22s +39° 29′ 16.41″ 10.734 1.22 6190 unknown 3
Kepler-26 Lyra 18h 45m 59.84s +46° 33′ 59.54″ 15.473 0.65 4500 unknown 4
Kepler-27 Lyra 19h 28m 56.82s +41° 05′ 9.15″ 15.855 0.65 5400 unknown 2 (1)
Kepler-28 Cygnus 19h 28m 32.89s +42° 25′ 45.91″ 15.036 0.75 4590 unknown 2
Kepler-48 Cygnus 19h 56m 33.41s +40° 56′ 56.47″ 13.04 0.89 5190 unknown 4
Kepler-49 Cygnus 19h 29m 10.7s +40° 35′ 30.48″ 15.264 0.55 3974 unknown 4
Kepler-50 Cygnus 19h 12m 24.21s +50° 02′ 01.38″ 10.421 1.23 6058 unknown 2
Kepler-51 Cygnus 19h 45m 55.14s +49° 56′ 15.66″ 14.669 1.04 6018 unknown 3
Kepler-52 Draco 19h 06m 57.13s +49° 58′ 32.70″ 15.095 0.54 4075 unknown 3
Kepler-53 Lyra 19h 21m 50.82s +40° 33′ 44.86″ 15.386 0.98 5858 unknown 3
Kepler-54 Cygnus 19h 39m 05.74s +43° 03′ 22.65″ 15.847 0.51 3705 unknown 3
Kepler-55 Lyra 19h 00m 40.40s +44° 01′ 35.28″ 15.791 0.62 4362 unknown 5
Kepler-56 Cygnus 19h 35m 02.01s +41° 52′ 18.72″ 12.440 1.37 4931 unknown 2
Kepler-57 Cygnus 19h 34m 33.91s +44° 39′ 25.34″ 14.809 0.83 5145 unknown 2
Kepler-58 Cygnus 19h 45m 26.07s +39° 06′ 54.69″ 14.820 0.95 5843 unknown 3 (1)
Kepler-59 Lyra 19h 08m 09.48s +46° 38′ 24.46″ 14.307 1.04 6074 unknown 2
Kepler-60 Cygnus 19h 15m 50.70s +42° 15′ 54.04″ 13.959 1.11 5915 unknown 3
Kepler-65 Cygnus 19h 14m 45.29s +41° 09′ 04.22″ 11.018 804 1.25 6211 unknown 3 [3]
Kepler-79 Cygnus 20h 02m 04.11s +44° 22′ 53.69″ 13.914 1.1 6187 unknown 4
Kepler-81 Cygnus 19h 34m 32.87s +42° 49′ 29.89″ 15.019 0.64 4500 unknown 3
Kepler-82 Cygnus 19h 31m 29.61s +42° 57′ 58.09″ 15.158 0.85 5512 unknown 4
Kepler-83 Lyra 18h 48m 55.80s +43° 39′ 56.26″ 15.777 0.66 4648 unknown 3
Kepler-84 Cygnus 19h 53m 00.49s +40° 29′ 45.87″ 14.764 1 5755 unknown 5
Kepler-85 Cygnus 19h 23m 53.62s +45° 17′ 25.14″ 14.779 0.92 5497 unknown 4
Kepler-87 Cygnus 19h 51m 40.05s +46° 57′ 54.47″ 14.600 1.1 5600 unknown 2 (1)
Kepler-92 Lyra 19h 16m 20.65s +41° 33′ 46.6″ 10.403 1.21 5883 unknown 2 (1)
Kepler-93 Lyra 19h 25m 40.39s +38° 40′ 20.48″ 9.931 G5V 0.91 5669 unknown 2
Kepler-94 Lyra 18h 44m 46.74s +47° 29′ 49.73″ 12.895 0.81 4781 unknown 2
Kepler-97 Cygnus? 19h 09m 18.39s +48° 40′ 24.35″ 12.872 0.94 5779 unknown 2
Kepler-100 Cygnus? 19h 25m 32.64s +41° 59′ 24.98″ 11.197 1.08 5825 unknown 3
Kepler-101 +18h 53m 01.32s +48° 21′ 18.82″ 13.77 1.12 5570 unknown 2
Kepler-102 Lyra 18h 45m 55.86s +47° 12′ 28.91″ 11.492 0.8 4903 unknown 5
Kepler-103 Lyra 19h 15m 56.29s +40° 03′ 52.28″ 12.287 1.09 5845 unknown 2
Kepler-106 Cygnus 20h 03m 27.36s +44° 20′ 15.20″ 12.882 1 5858 unknown 4
Kepler-109 Lyra 19h 21m 34.26s +40° 17′ 5.55″ 12.365 1.04 5952 unknown 2
Kepler-113 Cygnus 19h 11m 59.49s +50° 56′ 39.60″ 13.461 0.75 4725 unknown 2
Kepler-114 Cygnus 19h 36m 29.14s +48° 20′ 58.3″ 11.366 0.56 4619 unknown 3
Kepler-128 Lyra 18h 49m 58.13s +43° 58′ 48.8″ 10.109 1.18 6090 unknown 2
Kepler-131 Lyra 19h 14m 7.4s +40° 56′ 32.29″ 11.525 1.02 5685 unknown 2
Kepler-138 Cygnus 19h 21m 32.0s +43° 17′ 35″ 13.5 M1V 0.57 3871 unknown 3
Kepler-145 Cygnus 19h 25m 33.0s +44° 31′ 45″ 11.9 1.26 6207 unknown 2
Kepler-169 19h 03m 59.97s +40° 55′ 09.6″ 12.186 unknown 4997 unknown 5
Kepler-177 Lyra 19h 04m 11.0s +45° 03′ 12″ 15 0.93 5942 unknown 2
Kepler-238 Lyra 19h 11m 35s +40° 38′ 16″ 15.084 1.43 5614 unknown 5
Kepler-276 Cygnus 19h 34m 16s +39° 02′ 11″ 15.368 0.96 5812 unknown 3
Kepler-277 Lyra 19h 06m 19.96s +39° 04′ 37.95″ 13.420 1.12 5946 unknown 2
Kepler-279 Lyra 19h 09m 33.90s +42° 11′ 41.41″ 13.659 1.1 6562 unknown 3
Kepler-282 19h 09m 33.90s +42° 11′ 41.41″ 15.204 0.97 5876 unknown 4
Kepler-292 19h 43m 03.84s +43° 25′ 27.4″ 13.97 0.88 5299 unknown 5
Kepler-296 19h 06m 09.6s +49° 26′ 14.4″ 12.6 unknown 4249 unknown 5
Kepler-305 Cygnus 19h 56m 53.83s +40° 20′ 35.46″ 15.812 0.76 4918 unknown 3 (1)
Kepler-307 Cygnus 19h 51m 10.83s +40° 25′ 03.73″ 14.072 0.98 5445 unknown 2 (1)
Kepler-328 Cygnus 19h 43m 14.23s +40° 00′ 30.61″ 15.674 1.15 5914 unknown 2
Kepler-350 Lyra 19h 01m 40.71s +39° 42′ 21.99″ 13.781 1 6215 unknown 3
Kepler-396 Cygnus 19h 44m 31.87s +48° 58′ 38.65″ 11.921 0.85 5384 unknown 2
Kepler-406 Cygnus 19h 27m 23.53s +44° 58′ 05.61″ 12.520 1.07 5538 unknown 2
  • Need to be added: Gliese 433, Gliese 785, HD 136352, Gliese 439, Gliese 253, HD 7449, HIP 49067, UZ Fornacis

Stars orbited by both planets and brown dwarfs[edit]

Stars orbited by objects on both sides of the 13 Jupiter mass dividing line.

Planetary system statistics[edit]

Planets
per star
Number
of stars
Star list
8 1
7 2
6 2
5 14
4 48
3 100
2 ~280
  1. ^ System consists of two stars and further observations are required to determine which planets orbit which star

See also[edit]

For links to specific lists of extrasolar planets see:

Online archives:

References[edit]