THE PLANETARY SYSTEM TO KIC 11442793: A COMPACT ANALOGUE TO THE SOLAR SYSTEM

@article{Cabrera2013THEPS,
  title={THE PLANETARY SYSTEM TO KIC 11442793: A COMPACT ANALOGUE TO THE SOLAR SYSTEM},
  author={J. Cabrera and Sz. Csizmadia and Holger Lehmann and Rudolf Dvorak and Davide Gandolfi and Heike Rauer and Anders Erikson and C. Dreyer and Philipp Eigmueller and A. P. Hatzes},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={781}
}
We announce the discovery of a planetary system with seven transiting planets around a Kepler target, a current record for transiting systems. Planets b, c, e, and f are reported for the first time in this work. Planets d, g, and h were previously reported in the literature, although here we revise their orbital parameters and validate their planetary nature. Planets h and g are gas giants and show strong dynamical interactions. The orbit of planet g is perturbed in such a way that its orbital… 
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