Friends of Hot Jupiters II: No Correspondence Between Hot-Jupiter Spin-Orbit Misalignment and the Incidence of Directly Imaged Stellar Companions

@article{Ngo2014FriendsOH,
  title={Friends of Hot Jupiters II: No Correspondence Between Hot-Jupiter Spin-Orbit Misalignment and the Incidence of Directly Imaged Stellar Companions},
  author={H. Ngo and H. Knutson and S. Hinkley and J. Crepp and E. Bechter and K. Batygin and A. Howard and J. Johnson and T. Morton and P. Muirhead},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2014}
}
Multi-star systems are common, yet little is known about a stellar companion's influence on the formation and evolution of planetary systems. For instance, stellar companions may have facilitated the inward migration of hot Jupiters towards to their present day positions. Many observed short period gas giant planets also have orbits that are misaligned with respect to their star's spin axis, which has also been attributed to the presence of a massive outer companion on a non-coplanar orbit. We… Expand

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