The Extrasolar Planets Encyclopaedia
This catalog is a working tool providing all the latest detections and data announced by professional astronomers, useful to facilitate progress in exoplanetology. Given the heterogeneity of observational papers, a uniform catalog (with uniform degree of credibility of planets) is impossible. Therefore, ultimately, researchers willing to make a quantitative, scientific, use of the catalog can make their own judgement on the likelihood of data and detections.
Established in February 1995 Developed and maintained by the exoplanet TEAM
Last update: currently 5418 planets.
The first bunch of planet candidates are delivered by GAIA DR3 (click on status: candidates at the upper left of the catalog to see them): 63 are astrometric detections and 9 are from radial velocities. GAIA will provide thousands of them in the near future. Thanks to F.Arenou, N. Leclerc, A. Sozzetti (Gaia DPAC), C.Chauvin, F.Roques, Q. Kral & J. Schneider (exoplanet.eu Team)
Our planets in binaries sub-page lists 154 confirmed planets on an S-type orbit (orbiting one of the two stellar components) in <500au separated binaries.
Today, the catalog shows 5014 confirmed planets, 2638 candidates and 821 multiple planets sytems.
Our page listing exoplanets in binary systems went through a major update, now providing the inclusion of a downloadable machine-readable table with the main characteristics of all known (S-type) planet-hosting binaries of separation <500au (see here).
Overview of planet searches
Full bibliography of the catalog
Ongoing Programmes and Future Projects
Planets in binaries
Binary systems and exoplanets
Future and past meetings
Relevant professional web sites
View of planets around us
Polar plot of exoplanets