On the RZ Draconis substellar circumbinary companions - Stability study of the proposed substellar circumbinary system

@article{Hinse2014OnTR,
  title={On the RZ Draconis substellar circumbinary companions - Stability study of the proposed substellar circumbinary system},
  author={Tobias C. Hinse and Jonathan Horner and Jae Woo Lee and Robert A. Wittenmyer and Chung-Uk Lee and Jang-Ho Park Jonathan P. Marshall},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2014},
  volume={565}
}
Context. Recently, using the light-travel time effect, planets and substellar companions have been proposed to orbit around binary star systems (also known as circumbinary companions) as a result of variations in timing of the observed eclipses. For the majority of these systems the proposed orbital architecture features a crossing of the orbital configurations as a result of high eccentricities for one or both of the companions. For such systems, strong mutual gravitational interactions are… 

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