Exoplanet HD 101930 b

Exoplanet HD 101930 b orbits star HD 101930 that lies 98 light years away from the Sun. It weighs about 95.4 Earth masses and orbits its star closer than Earth orbits Sun.
Sun distance: 98.02127 light years.
(Position of this star is derived from Gaia mission data.)
Exoplanet parameters
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Star: HD 101930
icon weightMass: 95.4 M Earth | 0.3 M Jupiter
icon distanceDistance from the star: 0.302 AU
icon timeOrbit around star: 70.46 days
icon discoveryYear of discovery: 2005 (radial velocity)
Other designations of this exoplanet
CD-57°4096 b, GJ 3683 b, Gliese 3683 b, HIC 57172 b, HIP 57172 b, LTT 4350 b, NLTT 28356 b, SAO 239322 b, MUG 9A b, 2MASS J11433011-5800248 b, TIC 267399515 b, TYC 8638-692-1 b, WISEA J114330.13-580021.1 b
Exoplanets around star HD 101930
Exoplanet HD 101930 b orbits star Class orange star HD 101930, which has lower mass than Sun. It is the only known exoplanet orbiting this star
HD 101930 b
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Star HD 101930