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NuclearVacuum wrote: Here is some of my planetary work Iota Horologii b If anybody remembers me from my time on EVI, then you will know that I was a big fan of the "Sulfur Giant" planet from John's work. So obviously, I would be a
HD 16760 b is a low-mass star in nearly face-on orbit (i=2.6°). Goodbye to another planet http://exoplanet.eu/star.php?st=HD+16760 Btw one suffers less for very massive exoplanet candidates
ArxiV seems offline, but A&A displays this as highlighted content A fourth planet orbiting υ Andromedae We present a 4-planet Keplerian fit for the radial velocity curve of the F8V star υ Andromeda, indicating the presence of a fourth
Nondetection of activity variations correlated with the planetary orbit which had previously been claimed for the Upsilon Andromedae system.
I'm somewhat surprised this one hasn't been posted here yet...
Upsilon Andromedae b in polarized light: New constraints on the planet size, density and albedo http://arxiv.org/abs/1109.3116 Polarimetry is a novel tool to detect and characterize exoplanets and their atmospheres. Polarized scattered light from the