2M1207b: The oldest photograph of an exoplanet we have
Barnard’s Star b: Another nearby planet with a hidden world
Gamma Cephei Ab: The first exoplanet discovered on Earth...sort of.
Proxima Centauri b: A landmark in the next celestial village over
GJ 1412 b: Oceans like nothing you've seen on Earth
2MASS J2126–8140: Where a year is longer than an Earth ice age
K2-137 b: Where a year passes in an afternoon
Kepler-438 b: What Earth might have been
55 Cancri e: Diamonds under a lava ocean
Wolf 1061c: a habitable planet very near Earth...maybe
Gliese 876 d: A "super-Earth" that's nothing like Earth
PSR B1620 b: Closer to Earth, in both space and form
PSR B1620 b: One of the most ancient planets known
PSR J1719-1438 b: Barely clinging onto glimmering traces of life
WD 1145+017 b: Boiling away...