9) GJ 667 C e is a super Earth that has a 62-day orbit.
Exoplanets don't have the catchiest of names. They typically get their title based on the star they orbit (in this case Gliese 667C). Each exoplanet that orbits the star gets a letter, which in this case is "e," for the fifth planet scientists discovered there.
Distance from Earth: 22 light-years