Planet DQ Her(ab) c

Name DQ Her(ab) c
Discovered in 2009
M × sin i 20.0 MJ
Semi-major axis 6.49 (± 0.95) AU
Orbital period 6460.0 (± 110.0) day
Eccentricity
ω
Tperi
Radius
Inclination 86.5 deg;
Update Feb. 9, 2011
Detection method controversial
Molecules detected
Primary transit
Secondary transit
Anomaly angle
Time Vr=0
Calculated temperature
Measured temperature
Hottest point longitute
Surface gravity log(g/gH)

Remarks

09 Feb 2011: The candidate DQ Her(ab)c is suggested by Dai & Qian (2009) as a plausible explanation of the periodic variations of the eclipses of DQ Her(ab). The mass value is given by assuming that the 3rd body orbit is coplanar with the DQ Her(ab) orbit inclined by 86.5 deg.

Star

Name DQ Her(ab)
Distance 200.0 pc
Spectral type Nova
Apparent magnitude V 15.16
Mass 1.0 (± 0.09) MSun
Age
Effective temperature
Radius
Metallicity [Fe/H]
RA2000 18:07:30.0
Dec2000 +45:51:33
Planetary system 1 planet

Remarks

09 Feb 2011: DQ Her (ab) is an eclipsing binary with masses 0.4 and 0.8 mSun and period 4h39m. (Dai & Qian 2009). Following Beuermann et al. (2010) for the designation of the binary NN ser, we designated the two components by a and b and the binary by (ab).

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