KEPLER-14b: A MASSIVE HOT JUPITER TRANSITING AN F STAR IN A CLOSE VISUAL BINARY

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
KEPLER-14b: A MASSIVE HOT JUPITER TRANSITING AN F STAR IN A CLOSE VISUAL BINARY
Author(s)
Buchhave L, Latham D, Carter J, Desert J, Torres G, Adams E, Bryson S, Charbonneau D, Ciardi D, Kulesa C, Dupree A, Fischer D, Fressin F, Gautier T, Gilliland R, Howell S, Isaacson H, Jenkins J, Marcy G, McCarthy D, Rowe J, Batalha N, Borucki W, Brown T, Caldwell D, Christiansen J, Cochran W, Deming D, Dunham E, Everett M, Ford E, Fortney J, Geary J, Girouard F, Haas M, Holman M, Horch E, Klaus T, Knutson H, Koch D, Kolodziejczak J, Lissauer J, Machalek P, Mullally F, Still M, Quinn S, Seager S, Thompson S, Van Cleve J
Publication Title
ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL SUPPLEMENT SERIES
Publication Title (abbreviated)
ASTROPHYS J SUPPL S
Publication Date
2011 Nov
DOI
10.1088/0067-0049/197/1/3
ISSN
0067-0049
Volume
197
Issue
1
Page Count
10
Article Number
3
Keyword(s)
Astronomy & Astrophysics, planetary systems, stars: individual (Kepler-14b, KIC 10264660, 2MASS J19105011+4719589), techniques: photometric, techniques: spectroscopic, SPITZER-SPACE-TELESCOPE, EXOPLANET HD 189733B, K-DWARF, PLANET, STELLAR, MISSION, II., ATMOSPHERE, DISCOVERY, EMISSION
Citation
Buchhave L, Latham D, Carter J, Desert J, Torres G, Adams E, Bryson S, Charbonneau D, Ciardi D, Kulesa C, et al. KEPLER-14b: A MASSIVE HOT JUPITER TRANSITING AN F STAR IN A CLOSE VISUAL BINARY. ASTROPHYS J SUPPL S. 2011;197 (1):10.
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