A uniformly derived catalogue of exoplanets from radial velocities

  title={A uniformly derived catalogue of exoplanets from radial velocities},
  author={M. Hollis and S. Balan and G. Lever and O. Lahav},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  • M. Hollis, S. Balan, +1 author O. Lahav
  • Published 2012
  • Physics
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
  • A new catalogue of extrasolar planets is presented by re-analysing a selection of published radial velocity data sets using EXOFIT. All objects are treated on an equal footing within a Bayesian framework to give orbital parameters for 94 exoplanetary systems. Model selection (between one- and two-planet solutions) is then performed using both a visual flagging method and a standard chi-square analysis, with agreement between the two methods for 99 per cent of the systems considered. The… CONTINUE READING

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