WARM JUPITERS ARE LESS LONELY THAN HOT JUPITERS: CLOSE NEIGHBORS

@article{Huang2016WARMJA,
  title={WARM JUPITERS ARE LESS LONELY THAN HOT JUPITERS: CLOSE NEIGHBORS},
  author={Chelsea X. Huang and Yanqin Wu and Amaury H. M. J. Triaud},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={825}
}
Exploiting the Kepler transit data, we uncover a dramatic distinction in the prevalence of sub-Jovian companions between systems that contain hot Jupiters (HJs) (periods inward of 10 days) and those that host warm Jupiters (WJs) (periods between 10 and 200 days). HJs, with the singular exception of WASP-47b, do not have any detectable inner or outer planetary companions (with periods inward of 50 days and sizes down to 2 REarth). Restricting ourselves to inner companions, our limits reach down… 

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