Very Low Density Planets around Kepler-51 Revealed with Transit Timing Variations and an Anomaly Similar to a Planet-Planet Eclipse Event

@article{Masuda2014VeryLD,
  title={Very Low Density Planets around Kepler-51 Revealed with Transit Timing Variations and an Anomaly Similar to a Planet-Planet Eclipse Event},
  author={K. Masuda},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={783},
  pages={53}
}
  • K. Masuda
  • Published 2014
  • Physics
  • The Astrophysical Journal
We present an analysis of the transit timing variations (TTVs) in the multi-transiting planetary system around Kepler-51 (KOI-620). This system consists of two confirmed transiting planets, Kepler-51b (P b = 45.2 days) and Kepler-51c (P c = 85.3 days), and one transiting planet candidate KOI-620.02 (P 02 = 130.2 days), which lie close to a 1: 2: 3 resonance chain. Our analysis shows that their TTVs are consistently explained by the three-planet model, and constrains their masses as (Kepler-51b… Expand
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