Planet MOA-2011-BLG-262L b

Name MOA-2011-BLG-262L b
Planet Status Confirmed
Discovered in 2013
Mass 0.0566340496492 ( -0.0314633609162 +0.0880974105654 ) MJ
Mass*sin(i)
Semi-Major Axis 0.84 ( -0.25 +0.14 ) AU
Orbital Period
Eccentricity
ω
Tperi
Radius
Inclination
Update 2014-05-22
Detection Method Microlensing
Mass Detection Method
Radius Detection Method
Primary transit
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

MOA-2011-BLG-262L
Name MOA-2011-BLG-262L
Distance 7350.0 (± 350.0) pc
Spectral type
Apparent magnitude V
Mass 0.12 ( -0.19 +0.06 ) MSun
Age
Effective temperature
Radius
Metallicity [Fe/H]
Detected Disc
Magnetic Field
RA2000 18:00:23.0
Dec2000 -30:45:17
Alternate Names
Planetary system 1 planet

Remarks

31 Jan 2014: An alternate model leads to a host mass of ~ 4 MJup (Bennett et al. 2014)

More data

Observability Predictor

Remarks

31 Jan 2014: An alternate model gives a sub Earth mass of 0.540.300.19 MEarth at a projected separation of 0.130.190.04 AU (Bennett et al.2014)

Related publications

Is the Galactic bulge devoid of planets?
2016 PENNY M., HENDERSON C. & CLANTON Ch.
ApJ, 830, 150
arxiv   paper   ADS  

MOA-2011-BLG262L b: A Sub-Earth-Mass Moon Orbiting a Gas Giant Primary or a High Velocity Planetary System in the Galactic Bulge
2014 BENNETT D., BATISTA V., BOND I., BENNETT C., SUZUKI D. et al.
ApJ, 785, 155
paper  arxiv  

New Method to Measure Proper Motions of Microlensed Sources: Application to Candidate Free-Floating-Planet Event MOA-2011-BLG-262
2014 SKOWRON J., UDALSKI A., SZYMANSKI M., KUBIAK M., PIETRZYNSKI G. et al.
ApJ, 785, 156
paper  arxiv