Total number of transiting planets


 

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This table gives the total number of known transiting planetary systems, split into well-studied planets, little-studied planets, and brown dwarfs.

The objects are subdivided according to the photometric data used for their discovery.

Planets already known from radial velicity observations are assigned to the dataset used for the discovery of transits.

The category Other primarily consists of discoveries from ground-based multi-purpose telescopes.

Discovery source Well-studied Little-studied Brown dwarfs
Kepler 3401885 5
TESS 452   11
K2 178 163 4
WASP 178   2
HATS 76    
HAT 69    
CoRoT 33   4
NGTS 22   1
KELT 19   1
Qatar 10    
TRAPPIST 8    
OGLE 8    
other 7    
XO 7    
TrES 5    
MEarth 4   1
Wendelstein 2    
WTS 2    
Spitzer 2    
MOST 2    
MASCARA 2    
Gaia 2    
CHEOPS 2    
ZTF     1
POTS 1    
KPS 1    
GPX     1
TOTAL3480 31

 


Last modified: 2024/02/13           John Southworth   (Keele University, UK)