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- An extrasolar object (from Latin extra, meaning 'outside or beyond', and solaris, meaning 'of the Sun') is an astronomical object that exists outside the...
- An exoplanet (UK: /ˈɛk.soʊˌplæn.ɪt/, US: /ˌɛk.soʊˈplæn.ɪt/) or extrasolar planet is a planet outside our solar system that orbits a star. The first evidence...
- This is a list of extrasolar planets that have been directly observed, sorted by observed separations. This method works best for young planets that emit...
- causes a glare that washes it out. For those reasons, very few of the extrasolar planets reported as of April 2014[update] have been observed directly...
- The Extrasolar Planets Encyclopaedia is an astronomy website, founded in Paris, France at the Meudon Observatory by Jean Schneider in February 1995, which...
- Retrieved 1 August 2017.  Schneider, J. "Notes for star PA-99-N2". The Extrasolar Planets Encyclopaedia. Retrieved 2010-08-06.  "Probing Planets in Extragalactic...
- VB 10, Gliese 581, Gliese 876, and CM Draconis. The Working Group on Extrasolar Planets of the International Astronomical Union adopted in 2003 a working...
- An exoplanet (extrasolar planet) is a planet located outside the Solar System. The first evidence of an exoplanet was noted as early as 1917, but was not...
- An exomoon or extrasolar moon is a natural satellite that orbits an exoplanet or other non-stellar extrasolar body. It is inferred from the empirical...
- The following is a list of 456 extrasolar planets that were only detected by radial velocity method –– 31 confirmed and 323 candidates, sorted by orbital...