In addition to a planet, 94 Ceti also hosts a much more distant
The left-hand circle shows the location of the class F8 star 94
Ceti (in the constellation Cetus). The
planet has a lower mass limit of 2.0 times the mass of Jupiter in
a relatively large (for these discovered planets), fairly circular,
orbit of 1.3 Astronomical Units (195 million kilometers, 120
million miles), 30 percent larger than the orbit of the Earth.
Taking 454 days to make a complete circuit, the planet comes as
close as 1.0 AU to its parent star and as far as 1.6 AU.