HD 192263 is a K-type star in the constellation Aquila around which has been found an exoplanet with a mass at least about three quarters that of Jupiter. This planet, HD 192263 b, moves in a small, nearly circular orbit amd qualifies as a "hot Jupiter" or epistellar Jovian.
|Distance||64.85 light-years (19.89 pc)|
|Position||R.A. 20h 13m 59.85s; Dec. -0° 52' 0.76"|
|Other catalog designations||BD-01°3925, HIP 99711|
|Mass (Jupiter=1)||> 0.72|
|Semimajor axis||0.15 AU (22.5 million km, 14 million miles)|
|Orbital period||24.35 days|
|Discovery||1999, Santos, Mayor, et al, Geneva Observatory|