A super-Jupiter is an astronomical object that’s more massive than the planet Jupiter but less massive than a Brown Dwarf. Even though they are more massive than Jupiter, they remain about the same size as Jupiter up to 80 Jupiter masses.
A carbon planet is a type of planet that contains more carbon than oxygen. Carbon planets could form if protoplanetary discs are carbon-rich and oxygen-poor.
A Super-Earth is an extrasolar planet with a mass higher than Earth’s, but substantially below the mass of the Solar System’s ice giants Uranus and Neptune, which are 15 and 17 Earth masses respectively.
A rogue planet, also known as an interstellar planet, nomad planet, free-floating planet, orphan planet, wandering planet or starless planet, is a planetary-mass object that orbits the galaxy directly.
A Mini-Neptune is a planet of up to 10 Earth masses, less massive than Uranus and Neptune, which have about 14.5 and 17, respectively.