... EOD Planets
Planets with good orbits listed in the Exoplanet Orbit Database
... Other Planets
Including microlensing and imaged planets
... Total Confirmed Planets
... Unconfirmed Kepler Candidates
... Total Planets
Confirmed planets + Kepler Candidates

The Exoplanet Data Explorer is an interactive table and plotter for exploring and displaying data from the Exoplanet Orbit Database. The Exoplanet Orbit Database is a carefully constructed compilation of quality, spectroscopic orbital parameters of exoplanets orbiting normal stars from the peer-reviewed literature, and updates the Catalog of nearby exoplanets.

A detailed description of the Exoplanet Orbit Database and Explorers is published here and is available on astro-ph.

In addition to the Exoplanet Data Explorer, we have also provided the entire Exoplanet Orbit Database in CSV format for a quick and convenient download here. A list of all archived CSVs is available here.

Help and documentation for the Exoplanet Data Explorer is available here. A FAQ and overview of our methodology is here, including answers to the questions "Why isn't my favorite planet/datum in the EOD?" and "Why does site X list more planets than this one?".

Shawn Wolfe has created an external search engine for the EOD here. Send feedback to Shawn Wolfe.

If you use this resource in a publication, please cite this paper and include the following acknowledgement:

"This research has made use of the Exoplanet Orbit Database
and the Exoplanet Data Explorer at exoplanets.org."

The imaging, microlensing, and Kepler planet functionalities of the EOD are powered by the Exoplanet Archive at NExScI.

The Exoplanet Orbit Database is produced and maintained by Prof. Jason Wright at Penn State University. The Exoplanet Data Explorer and website design and maintenance is by Dr. Onsi Fakhouri. Please send Database updates or corrections to datamaster@exoplanets.org, and send website or Data Explorer bug reports to webmaster@exoplanets.org.

The Exoplanet Data Explorer is best experienced on the latest version of Chrome or Safari. The latest version of Firefox is supported too. Internet Explorer is not supported.

This research has made use of the SIMBAD database, operated at CDS, Strasbourg, France, NASA's Astrophysics Data System, the NASA Exoplanet Archive (and, formerly, the NASA/IPAC/NExScI Star and Exoplanet Database (NStED)), the Exoplanets Encyclopedia maintained by Jean Schneider, and data products from 2MASS, which is a joint project of the University of Massachusetts and IPAC/Caltech. This research received generous funding from NASA and the NSF.