Claire Moutou

While the current tendency is naturally to focus all efforts on the smallest, Earth-like -preferably habitable- exoplanets, there are hundreds of giant planets that have now been discovered and well characterized around other stars. I will review the observed properties of exo-Jupiters, including: i) the close-in, highly studied giants, and how they directly interact with their parent star; ii) the "regular" Jupiters, giant and distant, and the systems they belong to; iii) the very distant, very massive, young exo-Jupiters uncovered by direct imaging. How complete is the status on exo-Jupiters now? What new questions have they raised compared to "our" Jupiter? What are the current and future instruments or surveys that will answer those questions?