HAT-P-10b or WASP-11b. It is an extrasolar planet that orbits the star WASP-11, a star of apparent magnitude 11.9, spectral type K3 and that has a temperature in its photosphere of 4900 K. It is located about 290 light years away.

Its radius and mass indicate that it is possibly a gas giant, similar to Jupiter, although due to its proximity to its star (4.7% of the distance from the Earth to the Sun), it would be classified as a hot Jupiter. His right ascension and declination have not been reported.


Observations of HAT-P-10b

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