KELT-17b: A Hot-Jupiter Transiting an A-star in a Misaligned Orbit Detected with Doppler Tomography

@article{Zhou2016KELT17bAH,
  title={KELT-17b: A Hot-Jupiter Transiting an A-star in a Misaligned Orbit Detected with Doppler Tomography},
  author={George Zhou and Joseph E. Rodriguez and Karen Collins and Thomas G. Beatty and Thomas E. Oberst and Tyler M. Heintz and Keivan Stassun and David W Latham and Rudolf B. Kuhn and Allyson Bieryla and Michael B. Lund and Jonathan Labadie-Bartz and Robert J. Siverd and Daniel J. Stevens and B. Scott Gaudi and Joshua Pepper and Lars A. Buchhave and Jason D. Eastman and Knicole d. Col'on and Phillip A. Cargile and David James and Jo{\~a}o Greg{\'o}rio and Phillip A. Reed and Eric L Jensen and David H. Cohen and Kim K. McLeod and T. G. Tan and Roberto Zambelli and Daniel Bayliss and Jo{\~a}o Bento and Gilbert A. Esquerdo and Perry L. Berlind and Michael L Calkins and Kirsten Blancato and Mark Manner and Camile Samulski and Christopher P. J. Stockdale and Peter Nelson and Denise C. Stephens and Ivan A. Curtis and John Kielkopf and Benjamin J. Fulton and Darren Lee Depoy and Jane Marshall and Richard William Pogge and Andy Gould and Mark Trueblood and Pat Trueblood},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={152},
  pages={136}
}
  • George Zhou, Joseph E. Rodriguez, +45 authors Pat Trueblood
  • Published 2016
  • Physics
  • The Astronomical Journal
  • We present the discovery of a hot Jupiter transiting the V = 9.23 mag main-sequence A-star KELT-17 (BD+14 1881). KELT-17b is a 1.31^(+0.28)_(-0.29) M_J, 1.525^(+0.065)_(-0.060) R_J hot-Jupiter in a 3.08-day period orbit misaligned at −115 9 ± 4 1 to the rotation axis of the star. The planet is confirmed via both the detection of the radial velocity orbit, and the Doppler tomographic detection of the shadow of the planet during two transits. The nature of the spin–orbit misaligned transit… CONTINUE READING

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