Detection of the nearest Jupiter analog in radial velocity and astrometry data.

@article{Feng2019DetectionOT,
  title={Detection of the nearest Jupiter analog in radial velocity and astrometry data.},
  author={F. Feng and G. Anglada-Escud'e and M. Tuomi and H. Jones and J. Chanam'e and P. Butler and M. Janson},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2019}
}
The presence of Jupiter is crucial to the architecture of the Solar System and models underline this to be a generic feature of planetary systems. We find the detection of the difference between the position and motion recorded by the contemporary astrometric satellite Gaia and its precursor Hipparcos can be used to discover Jupiter-like planets. We illustrate how observations of the nearby star $\varepsilon$ Indi A giving astrometric and radial velocity data can be used to independently find… Expand

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