Category:Transiting exoplanets

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Transiting extrasolar planets are the known extrasolar planets that pass in front of the stars as seen from Earth. There are also two transiting solar system planets as seen from Earth, Venus and Mercury. Note that this category does include planets that were detected by radial velocity first.

Properties (mass and semimajor axis) of planets discovered using the transit method, compared (light gray) with planets discovered using other methods.

Pages in category "Transiting exoplanets"

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