SOPHIE velocimetry of Kepler transit candidates XVII. The physical properties of giant exoplanets within 400 days of period

@article{Santerne2015SOPHIEVO,
  title={SOPHIE velocimetry of Kepler transit candidates XVII. The physical properties of giant exoplanets within 400 days of period},
  author={Alexandre Santerne and Claire Moutou and Maria Tsantaki and François Bouchy and Guillaume H'ebrard and Vardan Adibekyan and Jose M. Almenara and Louis Amard and Susana C. C. Barros and Isabelle Boisse and Aldo S. Bonomo and Giovanni Bruno and Bastien Courcol and Magali Deleuil and Olivier D. S. Demangeon and Rodrigo F. D'iaz and Tristan Guillot and Mathieu Havel and Guillaume Montagnier and Arvind Singh Rajpurohit and Javiera Rey and Nuno C. Santos},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2015}
}
While giant extrasolar planets have been studied for more than two decades now, there are still some open questions such as their dominant formation and migration process, as well as their atmospheric evolution in different stellar environments. In this paper, we study a sample of giant transiting exoplanets detected by the Kepler telescope with orbital periods up to 400 days. We first defined a sample of 129 giant-planet candidates that we followed up with the SOPHIE spectrograph (OHP, France… 
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