List of most massive exoplanets

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This is a list of most massive exoplanets so far discovered, arranged by decreasing Jupiter mass (MJ). The exoplanets with mass higher than 10 MJ are included.

List[edit]

Exoplanet[1] Mass (MJ)
(Jupiter = 1)
Mass (M)
(Sun = 1)
References
Wolf 359 (as reference) 94 0.09 [2]
HR 2562 b 30±15 0.0286 [3]
DENIS-P J082303.1-491201 b 28.5±1.9 0.0271 [4]
HIP 74865 b 28−10+37 0.0268 [5]
KELT-1 b 27.23 0.0263 [6]
nu Oph c 27 0.0259 [7]
USco1612-1800 b 26 0.0249 [8]
TWA 5 b 25−20+120 0.0239 [9]
2MASS J01225093-2439505 24.5 0.0235 [10]
HD 203030 b 24.09 0.0231 [11]
nu Oph b 24 0.0230 [12]
HIP 78530 b 23.04±4 0.0221 [13]
HIP 73990 c 22 0.0210 [14]
WISE 1217+16A b 22±2 0.0210 [15]
HD 180314 b 22 0.0210 [16]
CoRoT-3 b 21.66±1 0.0209 [17]
GQ Lupi b 21.5±20,5 0.0206 [18]
BD20 2457 b 21.4 0.0206 [19]
HIP 73990 b 21 0.0201 [20]
Oph 11 b 21±3 0.0201 [21]
tau Gem b 20.6 0.0198 [22]
1SWASP J1407 b 20±6 0.0192 [23]
HIP 97233 b 20±0,4 0.0192 [24]
HIP 77900 b 20 0.0192 [25]
USco1610-1913 b 20 0.0192 [26]
2M 2140+16 b 20 0.0192 [27]
NGC 4349 No 127 b 19.8 0.0190 [28]
11 Com b 19.4 0.0186 [29]
HD 211847 b 19.2 0.0184 [30]
Kepler-57b 18.86 0.0181 [31]
Kepler-53b 18.41 0.0177 [32]
HD 41004 B b 18.4 0.0176 [33]
WISE 1711+3500 b 18 0.0172 [34]
Kepler-39b 18 0.0172 [35]
HD 38529 c 17.7-1.4+1.7 0.0170 [36]
HD 100546 b 17,5 0,0167 [37]
HD 202206 b 17.4 0.0167 [38]
GSC 6214-210 b 17 0.0163 [39]
CT Cha b 17 0.0163 [40]
ROXs 12 b 16 0.0153 [41]
HN Peg b 16 0.0153 [42]
Kepler-53 c 15.75 0.0151 [43]
HIP 5158 c 15.04 0.0144 [44]
FU Tau b 15 0.0144 [45]
OTS 44 15 0.0144 [46]
HD 162020 b 14.4 0.0138 [47]
HW Vir (AB) b 14.3 0.0137 [48]
HAT-P-13 c 14.28 0.0137 [49]
HD 13189 b 14 0.0134
1RXS 1609 b 14 0.0134
UScoCTIO 108 b 14 0.0134 [50]
kappa And b 14 0.0134 [51]
2M 0219-3925 b 13.9 0.0133
Kepler-30d 13.8 0.0132
Kepler-27c 13.8 0.0132 [52]
HD 22781 b 13.65 0.0131
OGLE-2013-BLG-0102L b 13.6 0.0130 [53]
AB Pic b 13.5±0.5 0.0129 [54]
WISE 0458+6434 b 13 0.0125
2M 0103(AB) b 13 0.0125
SR 12 AB c 13 0.0125
HD 217786 b 13 0.0125
Kepler-25b 12.7 0.0121
BD20 2457 c 12.47 0.0120
HD 87883 b 12.1 0.0120
CHXR 73 b 12 0.0115
2M 0122-2439 b 12 0.0115 [55]
XO-3 b 11.79 0.0113
Ross 458(AB) c 11.3 0.0108
VHS 1256-1257 b 11.2 0.0107
HD 220074 b 11.1 0.0106
HD 110014 b 11.09 0.0106
GU Psc b 11 0.0105
HD 106906 b 11 0.0105
HD 106270 b 11 0.0105
DH Tau b 11 0.0105
HD 114762 b 10.98 0.0104
HD 38801 b 10.7 0.0103
NGC 2423 3 b 10.6 0.0102
11 UMi b 10.5 0.0101
WASP-18 b 10.43 0.01
Kepler-52 c 10.41 0.01
CoRoT-27 b 10.39 0.01
HD 219077 b 10.39 0.01
18 Del b 10.3 0.0098
HD 39091 b 10.3 0.0098
ups And d 10.19 0.0097
TYC+1422-614-1 c 10.1 0.0097
Kepler-448b 10 0.0096
FW Tau b 10 0.0096
HR 8799 d 10 0.0096
HR 8799 c 10 0.0096 [56]
Jupiter (as reference) 1 0.00096

See also[edit]

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