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Contains a Saturn-sized transiting planet around a metal poor K star. It broke Saturn's record for the least massive Hydrogen/Helium dominated gas giant known to date. Being so hot, the planet is almost as large as Jupiter. Transit was detected by an amateur astronomer.

HAT-P-12 System Web PagesEdit

HAT-P-12 System In the NewsEdit

Discovered (2009)Edit

Amateur Transit Detection (2009)Edit

Hubble Observes 10 Hot Jupiters (Dec 2015)Edit

See WASP-12 System, WASP-6 System, WASP-31 System, WASP-33 System, HD 189733 System, HAT-P-12 System, WASP-17 System, WASP-19 System, HAT-P-1 System, HD 209458 System

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