TEPCat: catalogue of the physical properties of transiting planetary systems






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How many transiting planets are known?



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TEPCat is a catalogue of the physical properties of the known transiting extrasolar planet and brown dwarf systems. All parts of the catalogue are available as HTML tables, with and without errorbars, and machine-readable ASCII and CSV files for detailed analysis. Most of the numbers are a careful compilation of literature results, and the remainder come from my Homogeneous Studies of Transiting Extrasolar Planets papers.


New: table of all properties for all systems:  
ascii   csv

Well-studied transiting planets:  
html   ascii   csv

For planning observations:  
html   ascii   csv

Orbital obliquity catalogue:  
html   ascii   csv


Using TEPCat. The catalogue and all its contents are freely available. If you use TEPCat whilst preparing a scientific publication then I would be grateful if you could reference the paper where it was presented (Southworth J., 2011, MNRAS, 417, 2166) or, if this is not possible, mention TEPCat in the acknowledgements. If you make extensive use of it, and if you consider this appropriate, I would really appreciate co-authorship of the paper.


Last modified: 2024/07/19           John Southworth   (Keele University, UK)