List of exoplanets discovered in 2015

This is a List of exoplanets discovered in 2015.

For exoplanets detected only by radial velocity, the mass value is actually a lower limit. (See Minimum mass for more information)

Name Mass (MJ) Radius (RJ) Period (days) Semi-major axis (AU) Temp. (K)[1] Discovery method Distance (ly) Host star mass (M) Host star temp. (K) Remarks
2MASS J02192210-3925225 b 13.9+1.1
−1.9
1.44 156 imaging 129 0.11 3064 [2]
2MASS J1119-1137 5-10 32872.5 3.6 imaging 86 [3][4]Pair of Rogue planets
2MASS J19383260+4603591 b 1.9 416 0.92 timing 1340±20 0.48 29564±106 [5]Dubious[6]
51 Eridani b 2 13.2 700 imaging 96±1.0 1.75 7331±30 [7]
8 Ursae Minoris b 1.5 93.4 0.49 radial vel. 519 1.8 4847.4 [8]Proper name Halla
Aldebaran b 6.47 628.96 1.46 radial vel. 66.6 1.13 4055 Confirmed in 2015[9] but disputed in 2019[10]
BD+49 828 b 1.6 2590 4.2 radial vel. 1460 1.52 4943 [11]
COROT-28b 0.484 0.955 5.20851 0.0603 transit 1800 1.01 5150 [12]
COROT-29b 0.85 0.9 2.85057 0.0386 transit 2500 0.97 5260 [12]
COROT-33b [fr] 59.2 1.1 5.819143 0.0579 transit 2270 0.86 5225 Unusually short period brown dwarf[13]
EPIC 203311200 b 0.51±0.05 540 1.2 transit 1425±163 0.91±0.09 5200±200 Single transit only, true period unknown[14]
Gliese 1132 b 0.0051 0.103 1.62893 580 transit 39.3 0.18 3270 [15]
HAT-P-50b 1.35 1.288 3.1220109 0.0453 1862 transit 1620 1.27 6280 [16]
HAT-P-51b 0.309 1.293 4.2180278 0.05069 1192 transit 1500 0.98 5449 [16]
HAT-P-52b 0.818 1.009 2.7535953 0.03694 1218 transit 1260 0.89 5131 [16]
HAT-P-53b 1.484 1.318 1.9616241 0.03159 1778 transit 2350 1.09 5956 [16]
HAT-P-55b 0.582 1.182 3.5852467 0.04604 1313 transit 1600 1.01 5808 [17]
HAT-P-56b 2.18 1.466 2.7908327 0.0423 1840 transit 1013 1.3 6566 [18]
HAT-P-57b 1.85 1.413 2.465295 0.0406 2200 transit 990 1.47 7500 [19]
HATS-7b 0.120±0.012 0.563+0.046
−0.034
3.1853 0.04012±0.00043 1084±32 transit 791±5 0.849±0.027 4985±50 [20]
HATS-8b 0.138 0.873 3.583893 0.04667 1324 transit 2700 1.06 5679 [21]Intensely blue-colored planet[22]
HATS-9b 0.837 1.065 1.9153073 0.03048 1823 transit 2030 1.03 5366 [23]
HATS-10b 0.526 0.969 3.312846 0.04491 1407 transit 1620 1.1 5880 [23]
HATS-13b 0.543 1.212 3.0440499 0.04057 1244 transit 1550 0.96 5523 [24]
HATS-14b 1.071 1.039 2.7667641 0.03815 transit 1670 0.97 5346 [24]
HD 1605 b 0.96 577.9 1.48 radial vel. 276 1.31 4757
HD 1605 c 3.48 2111 3.52 radial vel. 276 1.31 4757
HD 1666 b 6.43 270 0.94 radial vel. 360.8 1.5 6317
HD 7924 c 0.02473 15.299 0.1134 584 radial vel. 54.9 0.83 5075
HD 7924 d 0.02026 24.451 0.1551 499 radial vel. 54.9 0.83 5075
HD 11755 b 6.5 433.7 1.08 radial vel. 755 0.9 4312.5 [8]
HD 12648 b 2.9 133.6 0.54 radial vel. 517 1.2 4835.8 [8]
HD 24064 b 9.4 535.6 1.29 radial vel. 862 1 4052.5 [8]
HD 32963 b 0.7 2372 3.41 radial vel. 114.9 0.94 5727 [25]
HD 33844 b 1.96 551.4 1.6 radial vel. 329 1.78 4861
HD 33844 c 1.75 916 2.24 radial vel. 329 1.78 4861
HD 67087 b 3.06 352.2 1.08 radial vel. 289.7 1.36 6330 Catastrophically unstable planetary system[26]
HD 67087 c 4.85 2374 3.86 radial vel. 289.7 1.36 6330 Catastrophically unstable planetary system[26]
HD 95127 b 5.01 482 1.28 radial vel. 1080 1.2 4218 [11]
HD 95872 b 4.6 4375 5.2 radial vel. 236 0.95 5312
HD 145934 b [fr] 2.28 2730 4.6 radial vel. 748 1.75 [27]
HD 155233 b 2.6 818.8 2 radial vel. 245.0 1.69 4960
HD 164595 b 0.05078 40 0.23 radial vel. 94.4 0.99 5790
HD 175607 b 0.02825 29.01 radial vel. 147.7 0.71 5392
HD 216536 b 1.47 148.6 0.609 radial vel. 1240 1.36 4639 [11]
HD 219134 b 0.01491 0.143 3.092926 0.03876 radial vel. 21.4 0.81 4699
HD 219134 c 0.01372 0.135 6.76458 0.0653 radial vel. 21.4 0.81 4699
HD 219134 d 0.05088 0.144 46.859 0.237 radial vel. 21.4 0.81 4699
HD 219134 f 0.02297 0.117 22.717 0.1463 radial vel. 21.4 0.81 4699 Controversial
HD 219134 g 0.034 94.2 0.3753 radial vel. 21.4 0.81 4699
HD 219134 h 0.34 2247 3.11 radial vel. 21.4 0.81 4699
HIP 65891 b 6 1084.5 2.81 radial vel. 492 2.5 5000 [28]Host star also known as HD 117253
HIP 107773 b 1.98 144.3 0.72 radial vel. 344 2.42 4945 [28]Host star also known as HD 207229
K2-3b 0.194 10.05449 0.0769 463 transit 143.9 0.6 3896 [29][30]
K2-3c 0.165 24.64354 0.1399 344 transit 143.9 0.6 3896 [29][30]
K2-3d 0.135 44.55983 0.2076 282 transit 143.9 0.6 3896 [29][30]
K2-4b 0.211 10.00329 0.0777 transit 761 0.63 4197 [29]
K2-5b 0.17 5.73594 0.0532 transit 666 0.61 3930 [29]
K2-5c 0.202 10.93241 0.0818 transit 666 0.61 3930 [29]
K2-6b 0.223 30.94191 0.1898 transit 1040 0.97 5850 [29]
K2-7b 0.238 28.67992 0.1814 transit 2460 0.97 5772 [29]
K2-8b 0.319 10.35239 0.0856 transit 1330 0.78 4870 [29]Unconfirmed in 2016[31]
K2-9b 0.201 18.4498 0.091 transit 360 0.3 3390 [29]
K2-10b 0.08495 0.343 19.3044 transit 880 0.92 5620 [29]
K2-11b 0.674 39.93767 0.2257 transit 6590 1.35 5433 [29]
K2-12b 0.208 8.28212 0.0802 transit 960 1.01 5800 [29]
K2-13b 0.169 39.91488 0.2114 transit 950 0.8 5698 [29]
K2-14b 0.429 8.36802 0.0627 transit 710 0.47 3789 [29]
K2-15b 0.221 11.8104 0.091 transit 1430 0.72 5131 [29]
K2-16b 0.18 7.6188 0.0667 658 transit 1060 0.68 4742 [29]
K2-16c 0.227 19.07863 0.1229 485 transit 1060 0.68 4742 [29]
K2-17b 0.199 17.96753 0.119 transit 440 0.71 4320 [29]
K2-18b 0.2 32.94488 0.1491 transit 124.2 0.41 3503 [29]
K2-19b 0.090 0.691 7.9194 0.074 854 transit 950 0.93 5430 [29][32]
K2-19c 0.081 0.434 11.90715 0.0971 745 transit 950 0.93 5430 [29][32]
K2-21b 0.142 9.32414 0.0731 transit 210 0.64 4043 [33]
K2-21c 0.171 15.5012 0.1026 transit 210 0.64 4043 [33]
K2-22b 1.4 0.223 0.381078 0.0088 transit 730 0.6 3830 [34]
K2-25b 0.306 3.484552 transit 149 0.29 3180 Parent star, also known as EPIC 210490365, belongs to Hyades[35]
K2-28b 0.207 2.260455 0.0214 transit 170 0.26 3214 [36]
KELT-6c 3.71 1276 2.39 radial vel. 720 1.13 6272 [37]
KELT-7b 1.28 1.533 2.7347749 0.04415 2048 transit 420 1.53 6789 [38]
KELT-8b 0.867 1.86 3.24406 0.04571 1675 transit 770 1.21 5754 [39]
Kepler-455b 0.616 1322.3 transit 4100 0.98 6175 [40]Host star also known as KIC 3558849
Kepler-460b 0.571 440.7813 transit 4330 1.07 6340 [40]Host star also known as KIC 5437945
Kepler-456b 0.589 1320.1 transit 2480 0.98 6258 [40]Host star also known as KIC 5951458
Kepler-458b 0.41 572.3847 transit 5500 0.98 6065 [40]Host star also known as KIC 9663113
Kepler-459b 0.491 854.083 transit 5000 1.01 6091 [40]Host star also known as KIC 10525077
Kepler-457b 0.366 31.8099 transit 3610 1.04 6474 [40]Host star also known as KIC 8540376
Kepler-457c 0.214 75.2 transit 3610 1.04 6474 [40]Host star also known as KIC 8540376
KOI-12b 10 1.43 17.8552333 0.151 transit 1390 1.45 6820
KOI-4427.01 0.208 147.6606 0.42 transit 783 0.526 3813 Potentially habitable exoplanet, false positive probability 0.8%.[41] Also a red dwarf in the system.[42]
Kepler-92d 0.184 49.3568 transit 1580±17 1.21 5883
Kepler-430b 0.29 35.968 0.2244 667 transit 3070±50 1.17 5884
Kepler-430c 0.16 110.979 0.4757 458 transit 3070±50 1.17 5884
Kepler-431b 0.068 6.803 0.0719 1032 transit 1609±15 1.07 6004
Kepler-431c 0.06 8.703 0.0847 951 transit 1609±15 1.07 6004
Kepler-431d 0.1 11.922 0.1045 856 transit 1609±15 1.07 6004
Kepler-432b 5.41 1.145 52.501129 0.301 transit 2830±60 1.32 4995
Kepler-432c 2.43 406.2 radial vel. 2830±60 1.32 4995
Kepler-433b 2.82 1.45 5.33408384 0.0679 transit 6100 1.46 6360
Kepler-434b 2.86 1.13 12.8747099 0.1143 transit 4000 1.2 5977
Kepler-435b 0.84 1.99 8.6001536 0.0948 transit 6800 1.54 6161
Kepler-436b 0.24 64.00205 0.339 transit 2020 0.73 4651 Host star also known as KOI-2529[41]
Kepler-437b 0.19 66.65062 0.288 transit 1360 0.71 4551 Host star also known as KOI-3255[41]
Kepler-438b 0.1 35.23319 0.166 transit 470 0.54 3748 Host star also known as KOI-3284[41]
Kepler-439b 0.2 178.1396 0.563 transit 2260 0.88 5431 Host star also known as KOI-4005[41]
Kepler-440b 0.17 101.11141 0.242 transit 850 0.57 4134 Host star also known as KOI-4087[41]
Kepler-441b 0.15 207.2482 0.64 transit 930 0.57 4340 Host star also known as KOI-4622[41]
Kepler-442b 0.12 112.3053 0.409 transit 1120 0.61 4402 Potentially habitable exoplanet, host star also known as KOI-4742[41]
Kepler-443b 0.21 177.6693 0.495 transit 2540 0.74 4723 Host star also known as KOI-4745[41]
Kepler-444b 0.036 3.6001053 0.04178 transit 116 0.76 5046
Kepler-444c 0.044 4.5458841 0.04881 transit 116 0.76 5046
Kepler-444d 0.047 6.189392 0.06 transit 116 0.76 5046
Kepler-444e 0.049 7.743493 0.0696 transit 116 0.76 5046
Kepler-444f 0.066 9.740486 0.0811 transit 116 0.76 5046
Kepler-445b 0.14 2.984151 transit 290 0.18 3157
Kepler-445c 0.22 4.871229 transit 290 0.18 3157
Kepler-445d 0.11 8.15275 transit 290 0.18 3157
Kepler-446b 0.13 1.565409 transit 390 0.22 3359
Kepler-446c 0.1 3.036179 transit 390 0.22 3359
Kepler-446d 0.12 5.148921 transit 390 0.22 3359
Kepler-447b 1.37 1.65 7.79430132 0.0769 transit 881±6 1 5493
Kepler-449b 0.183 12.58242 transit 848 0.97 Stellar companion in system[43]
Kepler-449c 0.247 33.6727 transit 848 0.97 Stellar companion in system[43]
Kepler-450b 0.548 28.454851 transit 1506±17 1.35
Kepler-450c 0.234 15.413135 transit 1506±17 1.35
Kepler-450d 0.075 7.51464 transit 1506±17 1.35
Kepler-451b 1.9 416±2 0.92±0.02 timing 1340±20 0.48+0.12 Circumbinary planet,[44] controversial[6]
Kepler-452b 0.145 384.843 1.046 265 transit 1828±17 1.04 5757 Potentially habitable exoplanet
Kepler-453b 0.00063 0.553 240.503 0.7903 transit 1463±9 0.94 5527
Kepler-454b 0.02152 0.211 10.57375339 0.0954 transit 758±4 1.03 5701
Kepler-454c 4.46 523.9 radial vel. 758±4 1.03 5701
MOA-2010-BLG-353Lb 0.27 1.72 microlensing 21000 0.18
OGLE-2011-BLG-265Lb 0.88 1.89 microlensing 14300 0.21
OGLE-2012-BLG-0563Lb 0.39 0.9 microlensing 4200 0.34
OGLE-2014-BLG-124Lb 0.51 3.11 microlensing 13000 0.71
Psi1 Draconis Bb 1.53 3117 4.43 radial vel. 72.3 1.19 6212
VHS 1256-1257 b 11.2 102 imaging 41 0.07 2620 [45]
WASP-41c 3.18 421 1.07 241 radial vel. 590 0.93 5545 [46]
WASP-47c 1.57 580.7 1.41 247 radial vel. 650 1.11 5576 [46]
WASP-47d 0.05286 0.331 9.095 0.088 transit 650 1.11 5576 [47][46]
WASP-47e 0.02863 0.162 0.789636 0.0173 transit 650 1.11 5576 [47][46]
WASP-120b 4.85 1.473 3.6112706 0.0514 1890 transit 1430 1.39 6450 [48]
WASP-121b 1.184 1.81 1.275 0.02544 timing 858±2 1.353 6460 [49]
WASP-122b 1.28 1.74 1.7100566+0.0000032
−0.0000026
0.03005±0.00031 1970±50 transit 870±30 1.24±0.04 5720±130 [48]
WASP-123b 0.899 1.318 2.9776412 0.04263 1510 transit 700 1.17 5740 [48]
WASP-135b 1.90±0.08 1.30±0.09 1.4013794±0.0000008 0.0243±0.0005 transit 980±150 0.98±0.06 5675±60 [50]
Wolf 1061b 0.00601 4.8869 0.0375 radial vel. 14.04±0.03 0.29 3342 [51]
Wolf 1061c 0.01073 17.8719 0.089 radial vel. 14.04±0.03 0.29 3342 Potentially habitable exoplanet[51]
Wolf 1061d 0.02423 217.21 0.47 radial vel. 14.04±0.03 0.29 3342 [51]
XO-2Nc 1.8 >6200 radial vel. 500 0.971 ± 0.034 5340 ± 32 [52]Controversial

Specific exoplanet lists[]


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