Transiting M-dwarf Planets


Low-mass, Earth-like planets are mostly found orbiting low-mass, late-type stars, especially M dwarfs in the local neighbourhood. The table below lists all transiting planets around nearby M dwarfs with measured mass (TMP for short). You can download the TMP table with all necessary parameters in csv format and an ascii column-by-column description here:

TMP.csv
TMP.readme.txt

We used as a basis the latest version of the catalogue of physical properties of transiting planetary systems (TEPCat) of Southworth 2011MNRAS.417.2166S and the list of planets around M dwarfs of Martínez-Rodríguez et al. 2019ApJ...887..261M, together with the most recent refereed publications (including a few unpublished planets - with curtailed information). The selection criteria were: In general, we tabulate parameters from the original sources. The transmission and emission spectroscopic metrics (TSM and ESM) were computed homogeneously by us from the most recent data as in Kempton et al. 2018PASP..130k4401K only for rocky planets with R < 2.0 R and assuming μ = 18 amu and a 0.190 scale factor. In the summary html table below, we list the most relevant derived planet parameters and links to Simbad, CARMENES GTO (private), exoplanet.eu and ExoFOP-TESS. References in boldface are CARMENES-led.

If you use the TMP table in your publication, please cite Trifonov et al. 2021Sci...371.1038T. Last updated: 08 Apr 2021.


Name Alternative name Karmn Sp.
type
Planet TOI R
[R]
M
[M]
ρ
[10-3 kg m-3]
Teq
[K]
TSM ESM Method Refs.
GJ 3053 LHS 1140 J00449-152 M4.5 V b 256.01 1.635+0.046-0.046 6.38+0.46-0.44 8.04+0.84-0.80 211.1+2.4-2.3 8.88 0.19 RV Dit17, Men19, Lil20
c 256.02 1.169+0.037-0.038 1.76+0.17-0.16 6.07+0.81-0.74 395.0+4.4-4.4 25.9 3.45 RV
LP 714-47 G 160-62 J04167-120 M0.0 V b 442.01 4.7+0.3-0.3 30.5+1.2-1.2 1.7+0.4-0.3 706+21-25 ... ... RV Dre20
LHS 1815 L 181-1 ... M2.5 V b 704.01 1.088+0.064-0.064 4.2+1.5-1.5 ...+...-... 617+84-84 2.52 1.89 RV Gan20
GJ 3470 LP 424-4 J07590+153 M1.5 V b ... 4.83+0.22-0.22 13.9+1.5-1.4 0.72+0.13-0.12 683+27-27 ... ... RV Bon12, Dem13
TOI-1728 PM J08024+6447 ... M0 V b 1728.01 5.05+0.16-0.17 26.8+5.4-5.1 1.14+0.26-0.24 767+8-8 ... ... RV Kan20
GJ 3473 G 50-16, TOI-488 J08023+033 M4.0 V b 488.01 1.264+0.050-0.049 1.86+0.30-0.30 5.03+1.07-0.93 773+16-15 14.3 6.74 RV Kem20
L 98-59 TOI-175 ... M2 V c 175.02 1.35+0.07-0.07 2.42+0.35-0.34 5.4+1.3-1.0 517+11-11 26.8 6.84 RV Kos19, Clo19
d 175.03 1.57+0.14-0.14 2.31+0.46-0.45 3.3+1.3-0.9 409+8-8 35.0 3.71 RV
K2-146 2M0840+19 ... M3.0 V b ... 2.25+0.10-0.10 5.6+0.7-0.7 2.70+0.49-0.49 590 ... ... TTV Hir18, Lam20
c ... 2.59+1.81-0.39 7.1+0.9-0.9 2.2+1.9-1.8 520 ... ... TTV
GJ 357 LHS 2157 J09360-216 M4.0 V b 562.01 1.217+0.084-0.083 1.84+0.31-0.31 5.6+1.7-1.3 525+11-9 26.5 6.60 RV Luq19
TOI-1235 TYC 4384-1735-1 J10088+692 M0.5 V b 1235.01 1.694+0.080-0.077 5.90+0.62-0.61 6.7+1.3-1.1 775+13-13 5.74 5.17 RV Blu20, Clo20b
GJ 1132 LTT 3758 ... M4 V b 667.01 1.130+0.056-0.056 1.66+0.23-0.23 6.3+1.3-1.3 529+9-9 31.8 10.1 RV Ber15, Bon18
LTT 3780 LP 729-54 J10185-117 M3.5 V b 732.01 1.35+0.06-0.06 2.34+0.24-0.23 5.24+0.94-0.81 1000+98-100 8.10 0.65 RV Clo20a, Now20
c 732.02 2.42+0.10-0.10 6.29+0.63-0.61 2.45+0.44-0.47 397+37-40 ... ... RV
K2-3 PM J11293-0127 ... M0.0 V b ... 2.29+0.23-0.23 6.6+1.1-1.1 3.0+1.3-0.9 463+39-39 ... ... RV Cro15, Dam18
c ... 1.77+0.18-0.18 3.1+1.3-1.2 3.1+1.9-1.3 344+29-29 5.31 0.40 RV
K2-18 PM J11302+0735 J11302+076 M2.5 V b ... 2.37+0.22-0.22 8.9+1.7-1.6 4.1+1.7-1.2 284+15-15 ... ... RV Ben17, Sar18
GJ 436 Ross 905 J11421+267 M2.5 V b 1796.01 4.10+0.16-0.16 21.36+0.20-0.21 1.73+0.23-0.20 675+43-64 ... ... RV But04, Lan14, Tri18
LP 961-53 TOI-776 ... M1.0 V b 776.01 1.83+0.11-0.11 4.66+0.97-0.97 4.2+1.3-1.0 513+12-12 8.92 2.94 RV Luq21
c 776.02 2.06+0.13-0.13 6.1+1.5-1.5 3.8+1.2-1.1 415+10-10 ... ... RV
GJ 486 Wolf 437 J12479+097 M3.5 V b 1827.01 1.305+0.063-0.067 2.82+0.11-0.12 7.0+1.2-1.0 701+13-13 35.4 21.6 RV Tri21
TOI-1266 PM J13119+6550 J13119+658 M3 V b 1266.01 2.37+0.16-0.12 13.5+11.0-9.0 ... 413+20-20 ... ... TTV Ste20, Dem20
c 1266.02 1.56+0.15-0.13 2.2+2.0-1.5 ... 344+16-16 6.87 0.38 TTV
GJ 1214 LHS 3275 J17153+049 M4.5 V b ... 2.80+0.24-0.24 6.26+0.91-0.91 1.56+0.61-0.61 576+14-14 ... ... RV Cha09, Ang13
Kepler-138 KOI-314 ... M1 V b ... 0.701+0.066-0.066 0.187+0.050-0.050 3.02+1.00-0.87 (496) 4.74 0.15 TTV Kip14, Jon15, Alm18
c ... 1.67+0.15-0.15 5.2+1.2-1.2 6.1+1.9-1.5 (450) 2.10 0.62 TTV
d ... 1.68+0.15-0.15 1.17+0.30-0.30 1.36+0.44-0.35 (379) 8.01 0.31 TTV
GJ 1252 L 210-70 ... M2.5 V b 1078.01 1.193+0.074-0.074 2.09+0.56-0.56 6.8+2.2-2.2 1089+69-69 20.0 16.4 RV Shp20
TRAPPIST-1 2MUCD 12171 J23064-050 M8.0 V b ... 1.121+0.031-0.032 1.017+0.154-0.153 4.48+0.57-0.56 400.1+7.7-7.7 39.8 3.66 TTV Gil16, Gil17, Gri18
c ... 1.095+0.031-0.031 1.156+0.142-0.131 5.33+0.56-0.51 341.9+6.6-6.6 27.8 1.60 TTV
d ... 0.784+0.023-0.023 0.297+0.039-0.035 2.66+0.29-0.26 288.0+5.6-5.6 33.6 0.31 TTV
e ... 0.910+0.026-0.027 0.772+0.079-0.075 5.13+0.37-0.35 251.3+4.9-4.9 17.6 0.16 TTV
f ... 1.046+0.029-0.030 0.934+0.080-0.078 4.70+0.22-0.22 219.0+4.2-4.2 19.3 0.08 TTV
g ... 1.148+0.032-0.033 1.148+0.098-0.095 4.80+0.22-0.22 198.6+3.8-3.8 18.8 0.04 TTV
h ... 0.773+0.026-0.027 0.331+0.056-0.049 3.06+0.49-0.42 168+21-28 17.1 0.00 TTV
CD-60 8051 L 168-9 ... M2 V b 134.01 1.39+0.09-0.09 4.60+0.56-0.56 9.6+2.4-1.8 965+20-20 7.80 9.92 RV Ast20

References (discovery and planet parameters). Alm18: Almenara et al. 2018MNRAS.478..460A; Ang13: Anglada-Escudé et al. 2013A&A...551A..48A; Ast20: Astudillo-Defru et al. 2020A&A...636A..58A; Ben17: Benneke et al. 2017ApJ...834..187B; Ber15: Berta-Thompson et al. 2015Natur.527..204B; Blu20: Bluhm et al. 2020A&A...639A.132B; Bon12: Bonfils et al. 2012A&A...546A..27B; Bon18: Bonfils et al. 2018A&A...618A.142B; But04: Butler et al. 2004ApJ...617..580B; Cha09: Charbonneau et al. 2009Natur.462..891C; Clo19: Cloutier et al. 2019A&A...629A.111C; Clo20a: Cloutier et al. 2020AJ....160....3C; Clo20b: Cloutier et al. 2020AJ....160...22C; Cro15: Crossfield et al. 2015ApJ...804...10C; Dam18: Damasso et al. 2018A&A...615A..69D; Dem13: Demory et al. 2013ApJ...768..154D; Dem20: Demory et al. 2020A&A...642A..49D; Dit17: Dittmann et al. 2017Natur.544..333D; Dre20: Dreizler et al. 2020A&A...644A.127D; Gan20: Gan et al. 2020AJ....159..160G; Gil16: Gillon et al. 2016Natur.533..221G; Gil17: Gillon et al. 2017Natur.542..456G; Gri18: Grimm et al. 2018A&A...613A..68G; Hir18: Hirano et al. 2018AJ....155..127H; Jon15: Jontof-Hutter et al. 2015Natur.522..321J; Kan20: Kanodia et al. 2020ApJ...899...29K; Kem20: Kemmer et al. 2020A&A...642A.236K; Kip14: Kipping et al. 2014ApJ...784...28K; Kos19: Kostov et al. 2019AJ....158...32K; Lam20: Lam et al. 2020AJ....159..120L; Lan14: Lanotte et al. 2014A&A...572A..73L; Lil20: Lillo-Box et al. 2020A&A...642A.121L; Luq19: Luque et al. 2019A&A...628A..39L; Luq21: Luque et al. 2021A&A...645A..41L; Men19: Ment et al. 2019AJ....157...32M; Now20: Nowak et al. 2020A&A...642A.173N; Sar18: Sarkis et al. 2018AJ....155..257S; Shp20: Shporer et al. 2020ApJ...890L...7S; Ste20: Stefánsson et al. 2020AJ....160..259S; Tri18: Trifonov et al. 2018A&A...609A.117T; Tri21: Trifonov et al. 2021Sci...371.1038T

Remarkable, comparable, transiting planets not tabulated above:

Missing or extra planets? Corrections or updates? Comments or suggestions? Please send an email to José A. Caballero, who created and maintains this TMP table. Help him to maintain TMP updated and useful!