Planetary Companions to Three Evolved Intermediate-Mass Stars: HD 2952, HD 120084, and ω Serpentis

@article{Sato2013PlanetaryCT,
  title={Planetary Companions to Three Evolved Intermediate-Mass Stars: HD 2952, HD 120084, and ω Serpentis},
  author={B. Sato and M. Omiya and H. Harakawa and Yu-juan Liu and H. Izumiura and E. Kambe and Y. Takeda and M. Yoshida and Y. Itoh and H. Ando and E. Kokubo and S. Ida},
  journal={Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan},
  year={2013},
  volume={65},
  pages={85}
}
  • B. Sato, M. Omiya, +9 authors S. Ida
  • Published 2013
  • Physics
  • Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan
  • We report the detections of planetary companions orbiting around three evolved intermediate-mass stars from precise radial velocity measurements at Okayama Astrophysical Observatory. HD 2952 (K0III, 2.5 M_sun) and omega Ser (G8III, 2.2 M_sun) host a relatively low mass planet with minimum mass of m_2sin i=1.6 M_J and 1.7 M_J in nearly circular orbits with period of P=312 and 277 d, respectively. HD 120084 (G7 III, 2.4 M_sun) hosts an eccentric planet with m_2sin i=4.5 M_J in an orbit with P… CONTINUE READING
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