Title: Transiting exoplanets from the CoRoT space mission XVI. CoRoT-14b: an unusually dense very hot Jupiter
Authors: Tingley, B ×
Endl, M
Gazzano, J. -C
Alonso, R
Mazeh, T
Jorda, L
Aigrain, S
Almenara, J. -M
Auvergne, M
Baglin, A
Barge, P
Bonomo, A. S
Borde, P
Bouchy, F
Bruntt, H
Cabrera, J
Carpano, S
Carone, Ludmila
Cochran, W. D
Csizmadia, Sz
Deleuil, M
Deeg, H. J
Dvorak, R
Erikson, A
Ferraz-Mello, S
Fridlund, M
Gandolfi, D
Gillon, M
Guenther, E. W
Guillot, T
Hatzes, A
Hebrard, G
Leger, A
Llebaria, A
Lammer, H
Lovis, C
MacQueen, P. J
Moutou, C
Ollivier, M
Ofir, A
Paetzold, M
Pepe, F
Queloz, D
Rauer, H
Rouan, D
Samuel, B
Schneider, J
Shporer, A
Wuchterl, G #
Issue Date: Apr-2011
Publisher: EDP Sciences
Series Title: Astronomy & Astrophysics vol:528
Article number: ARTN A97
Abstract: In this paper, the CoRoT ExoplanetScience Team announces its 14th discovery. Herein, we discuss the observations and analyses that allowed us to derive the parameters of this system: a hot Jupiter with a mass of 7.6 ± 0.6 Jupiter masses orbiting a solar-type star (F9V) with a period of only 1.5 d, less than 5 stellar radii from its parent star. It is unusual for such a massive planet to have such a small orbit: only one other known higher mass exoplanet orbits with a shorter period.
ISSN: 0004-6361
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Non-KU Leuven Association publications
× corresponding author
# (joint) last author

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