Planet Gl 785 b

Name Gl 785 b
Discovered in 2010
Mass 0.067960859579 (± 0.00629267218324) MJ
Semi-major axis 0.319 (± 0.005) AU
Orbital period 74.39 (± 0.12) day
Eccentricity 0.3 (± 0.09)
ω 15.0 (± 19.0) deg
Tperi 2455164.3 (± 3.6) JD
Radius
Inclination
Update Aug. 22, 2014
Detection Method Radial Velocity
Mass Detection Method
Radius Detection method
Molecules detected
Primary transit 2455173.2 (± 2.0) JD
Secondary transit
Anomaly angle
impact Parameter b
Time Vr=0
Velocity Semiamplitude K
Calculated temperature
Measured temperature
Hottest point longitute
Geometric albedo
Surface gravity log(g/gH)
Alternate Names

Observability Predictor

Remarks

3 Sep 2011: Gl 785 b, first published by Howard et al. 2011 (submitted in 2010) has been rediscovered by Pepe et al. 2011 as HD 192310 b.
02 Nov 2010: Previously designed as "Candidate 7" in Howard et al. (Science, 2010).

Star

Name Gl 785
Distance 8.911 (± 0.024) pc
Spectral type K1V
Apparent magnitude V 6.13
Mass 0.78 (± 0.02) MSun
Age
Effective temperature 5144.0 (± 50.0) K
Radius 0.68 (± 0.02) RSun
Metallicity [Fe/H] 0.08 (± 0.03)
Detected Disc
Magnetic Field
RA2000 20:15:17.0
Dec2000 -27:01:59
Alternate Names
Planetary system 1 planet

Remarks

Alias HD 192310 (see the planet HD 192319 c)

More data


Related publications

Limits on low frequency radio emission from southern exoplanets with the Murchison Widefield Array
2014 MURPHY T., BELL M., KAPLAN D., GAENSLER B., OFFRINGA A. et al.
MNRAS, accepted
arxiv  

The NASA-UC Eta-Earth Program: III. A Super-Earth orbiting HD 97658 and a Neptune-mass planet orbiting Gl 785
2011 HOWARD A., JOHNSON A., MARCY G., FISCHER D., WRIGHT J., HENRY G., ISAACSON H., VALENTI J., ANDERSON J. & PISKUNOV N.
ApJ., 730, 10
paper   arxiv