Planet HAT-P-33 b

Name HAT-P-33 b
Planet Status Confirmed
Discovered in 2011
Mass 0.763 ( -0.117 +0.117 ) MJ
Mass*sin(i)
Semi-Major Axis 0.0503 (± 0.0011) AU
Orbital Period 3.474474 (± 1e-06) day
Eccentricity 0.148 (± 0.081)
ω 96.0 (± 119.0) deg
Tperi
Radius 1.827 ( -0.29 +0.29 ) RJ
Inclination 86.7 ( -1.2 +1.2 ) deg
Update 2013-05-31
Detection Method Primary Transit
Mass Detection Method
Radius Detection Method
Primary transit 2455100.50255 (± 0.00023) JD
Secondary transit
λ
Impact Parameter b
Time Vr=0
Velocity Semiamplitude K
Calculated temperature
Measured temperature
Hottest point longitude
Geometric albedo
Surface gravity log(g/gH)
Alternate Names

Star

HAT-P-33
Name HAT-P-33
Distance 419.0 (± 66.0) pc
Spectral type F
Apparent magnitude V 11.89
Mass 1.403 (± 0.096) MSun
Age 2.4 (± 0.4) Gyr
Effective temperature 6401.0 (± 88.0) K
Radius 1.777 (± 0.28) RSun
Metallicity [Fe/H] 0.05 (± 0.08)
Detected Disc
Magnetic Field
RA2000 07:32:44.0
Dec2000 +33:50:06
Alternate Names
Planetary system 1 planet

Remarks

Alias GSC 2461-00988
Alias 2MASS J07324421+335006

08 Jun 2011: Stellar parameters depend on the planet orbital eccentricity. Here the stellar parameters are for the unconstrained eccentricity (Hartman et al. 2011). Hartman et al 2011 also give stellar parameters for eccentricity 0.

More data

Observability Predictor

Remarks

08 Jun 2011: The eccentricity for HAT-P-32b is poorly constrained. Here the planet parameters are for the unconstrained eccentricity (Hartman et al. 2011). Hartman et al 2011 also give planet parameters for eccentricity 0.

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