Velocity versus Orbital Phase for the star HD46375. The orbital period is 3.024 d and the semiamplitude is 35 m/s. Assuming the mass of HD 46375 is 1 Msun, the minimum mass (Msini) of the companion is 0.25 Mjup, and the semimajor axis is 0.041 AU.
Velocities for HD 16141.
The Keplerian orbital fit is shown as the solid
line. The period is 75.82 d, the semiamplitude is 10.8 m/s,
and the orbital eccentricity is 0.28. Assuming HD 16141 is 1 Msun,
the minimum mass (Msini) of the companion is 0.22 Mjup, and
the semimajor axis is 0.35 AU.
|Planet||Period (d)||T_peri (JD-2450000)||ecc||omega (deg)||Vel Amp, K (m/s)||Msini (M_jup)||a (AU)|
Lynette Cook's Graphics.
New York Times Article
Research is supported by NASA, NSF, and Sun Microsystems.
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