The Super Earths
01- K-11
02- Migrating Worlds
03- Gliese 581
04- Goldilocks
05- 51 Pegasi
06- Doppler Effect
07- Rhythmic Shift
08- Eccentric Giants
09- Transitters
10- Mu Arae
11- Intermediate World
12- Worlds Observed
13- Extra Solar Earths
14- Migrant Worlds
15- Accretion
16- Core Accretion
17- Disk Erosion
18- Planetary Embryos
19- The Protected Zone
20- Ecosphere
21- Ecosphere II
22- Beta Pictoris
23- Vanquishing Starlight
24- Red Edge / Earth Shine
25- Distant Continents
26- The Age of Stars

13- Extra Solar Earths

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Here is a list of some of the extra-solar planets found so far;

Within 100 Light-year:

GLIESE 581 has the smallest potential rock planet yet found, a planet not much larger than the Earth, but denser and in a much closer orbit.

MU ARAE has a planet with as little as 14 times Earth's mass, a possible super-Earth made of rock.

GLIESE 876, one of the smallest stars found to have planets, one of them 5.9 times Earth’s mass.

GLIESE 436, a red dwarf star, has a Neptune-mass planet, as little as 21 times Earth's mass.

55 CANCRI has four planets, one that weighs as little as 14 Earths - a potential super-Earth.

51 PEGASI is the first sun-like star found to have a planet.

HD 70642 has a gas giant in a six-year, roughly circular orbit - the closest counterpart to Jupiter yet found.

Within 200 Light-year:

HD 209458 has the first planet seen dimming the light of its star.

  Alan Lambert 2011