An Eccentric Hot Jupiter Orbiting the Subgiant HD 185269

@article{Johnson2006AnEH,
  title={An Eccentric Hot Jupiter Orbiting the Subgiant HD 185269},
  author={John Asher Johnson and Geoffrey W. Marcy and Debra A. Fischer and Gregory W. Henry and Jason T. Wright and Howard T. Isaacson and Chris McCarthy},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={652},
  pages={1724-1728}
}
We report the detection of a Jupiter-mass planet in a 6.838 day orbit around the 1.28 M_☉ subgiant HD 185269. The eccentricity of HD 185269b (e = 0.30) is unusually large compared to other planets within 0.1 AU of their stars. Photometric observations demonstrate that the star is constant to ±0.0001 mag on the radial velocity period, strengthening our interpretation of a planetary companion. This planet was detected as part of our radial velocity survey of evolved stars located on the subgiant… 

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