With this application you will be able to find out all the known data on the discovered exoplanets. View orbits of the planets and a comparison of the size relative to planets in our own solar system. You can also view a polar view plot of where the planets are in relation to the earth.

    You also view correlation diagrams for the following:
    * Semi major axis
    * Eccentricity
    * Orbital Period
    * Mass
    * Discovery year
    * Radius
    * Distance

    The data that is available for the planets are as follows*:
    * Mass
    * Radius
    * Surface Gravity
    * Orbit period
    * Semi-Major Axis
    * Eccentricity
    * Inclination
    * Stellar mass
    * Stellar Radius
    * Distance From Earth
    * Stellar Metallicity
    * Spectral type
    * Magnitudes
    * Habitable Zone
    * Right Ascension
    * Declination
    * Not all planets have the data listed.

    Some features aren't available for all of the exoplanets, they depend on the data available. For displaying the orbit the application requires, the semi-major axis and the eccentricity. For the size compare it requires the radius. If the data isn't available the application will not have the option.

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    Application icon is created with an image from NASA.

    Keywords: Exoplanet, Kepler, Kepler-22b, Hot Jupiter, Radial velocity, Pulsar timing, transit, Gravitational microlensing, Astrometry, Orbit
    Exoplanet missions: Kepler, CoRoT, AFOE, AAPS, OGLE

    Tags: exoplanet , steve ibison steele , exoplanets , exoplantet , exoplanets apps

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