Gliese 3470 b, abbreviated as GJ 3470b, is an exoplanet orbiting the star Gliese 3470, located in the constellation Cancer. With a mass of just under 14 Earth masses and a radius of about 4.3 times that of Earth, it is likely to be something akin to a mini-Neptune despite the strong initial belief that the planet was not covered in clouds like the gas giants we know. with in our solar system.

The orbit of Gliese 3470 b is strongly inclined towards the equatorial plane of the parent star, with a misalignment equal to 97+16−11


Observations of GJ3470b

Collaborative projects