List of Multiplanetary Systems - Planetary System Statistics

Planetary System Statistics

Planets
per star
Number
of stars
Star list
8 1
  • Sun
7 1
  • HD 10180
6 2
5 4
  • 55 Cancri
  • Kepler-20
  • Kepler-33
  • KOI-500
4 8
  • Mu Arae
  • Gliese 581
  • HR 8799
  • Gliese 876
  • Upsilon Andromedae
  • Gliese 676
  • KOI-94
  • KOI-730
3 18
  • 82 G. Eridani
  • 61 Virginis
  • HD 69830
  • 47 Ursae Majoris
  • HIP 57274
  • HD 181433
  • HD 37124
  • HIP 14810
  • HD 125612
  • PSR B1257+12
  • Kepler-9
  • Kepler-18
  • Kepler-30
  • HD 39194
  • HD 31527
  • Nu2 Lupi
  • HD 134606
  • HD 204313
2 65

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