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2011A&A...528A..97T - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 528A, 97-97 (2011/4-1)

Transiting exoplanets from the CoRoT space mission. XVI. CoRoT-14b: an unusually dense very hot Jupiter.

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 L., 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. and WUCHTERL G.

Abstract (from CDS):

In this paper, the CoRoT Exoplanet Science 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 1.5d, 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.

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Journal keyword(s): planetary systems - techniques: photometric - techniques: radial velocities - techniques: spectroscopic

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