WASP-14b: 7.3 M transiting planet in an eccentric orbit

@article{Joshi2008WASP14b7M,
  title={WASP-14b: 7.3 M transiting planet in an eccentric orbit},
  author={Yogesh C. Joshi and Don Pollacco and Andrew Collier Cameron and Ian Skillen and E. K. Simpson and Iain A. Steele and Rachel A. Street and Henricus Cornelis Stempels and Damian J. Christian and Leslie Hebb and François Bouchy and Neale P. Gibson and Guillaume H{\'e}brard and Francis Keenan and B. Loeillet and John Meaburn and Claire Moutou and Barry Smalley and Ian Todd and Richard G West and D. R. Anderson and Samuel J. Bentley and B. Enoch and Carole A. Haswell and Coel Hellier and Keith Horne and Jonathan M. Irwin and Tim Lister and Iain McDonald and Pierre F. L. Maxted and Michel Mayor and Andrew J. Norton and N. R. Parley and Christian Perrier and Fr'ed'eric Pont and Didier Queloz and R. S. I. Ryans and A. M. S. Smith and St{\'e}phane Udry and Peter J. Wheatley and D. Mark Wilson},
  journal={Scopus},
  year={2008}
}
We report the discovery of a 7.3 MJ exoplanet WASP-14b, one of the most massive transiting exoplanets observed to date. The planet orbits the tenth-magnitude F5V star USNO-B1 11118-0262485 with a period of 2.243752 days and orbital eccentricity e = 0.09. A simultaneous fit of the transit light curve and radial velocity measurements yields a planetary mass of 7.3±0.5 MJ and a radius of 1.28±0.08 RJ. This leads to a mean density of about 4.6 gcm 3 making it densest transiting exoplanets yet found… 
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