The Photoeccentric Effect and Proto-Hot-Jupiters I. Measuring photometric eccentricities of individual transiting planets

@article{Dawson2012ThePE,
  title={The Photoeccentric Effect and Proto-Hot-Jupiters I. Measuring photometric eccentricities of individual transiting planets},
  author={Rebekah Ilene Dawson and John Asher Johnson},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2012},
  volume={756},
  pages={122}
}
  • Rebekah Ilene Dawson, John Asher Johnson
  • Published 2012
  • Physics
  • The Astrophysical Journal
  • Exoplanet orbital eccentricities offer valuable clues about the history of planetary systems. Eccentric, Jupiter-sized planets are particularly interesting: they may link the "cold" Jupiters beyond the ice line to close-in hot Jupiters, which are unlikely to have formed in situ. To date, eccentricities of individual transiting planets primarily come from radial-velocity measurements. Kepler has discovered hundreds of transiting Jupiters spanning a range of periods, but the faintness of the host… CONTINUE READING

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