KnuthLab Exoplanet Catalogue (back)

Welcome to the KnuthLab Exoplanet Catalogue.
This catalogue lists exoplanets that our lab has studied and characterized. In the tables below we list the model parameters describing each planetary system. Highlighted in light green are the parameter values that we have estimated along with their associated uncertainties.


Exoplanet Directory

HAT-P-7b
KOI-13b

References


HAT-P-7b (top)

Coordinates: 19h 28m 59s, +47° 58′ 10″ (WikiSky)

Planet
Planet HAT-P-7b (Kepler-2b)
Discovered 6 March 2008
Discoverer(s) HATNet Project
Orbital Characteristics
Semimajor axis a 0.037702 ± 0.0009 AU
Eccentricity e 0
Orbital Period P 2.2047299(40) d
Inclination i 81.4+0.01−0.02°
Time of Transit Tt 2453790.2593±0.001 JD
Mean Anomaly M0 4.9705 ± 0.0001 rad
Physical Characteristics
Planetary Radius RP 1.634 ± 0.001 RJup
Planetary Mass MP 1.66 ± 0.16 MJup
Geometric Albedo Ag 0.088 ± 0.026
Day-Side Temperature Td 2859.0 ± 33.0 K
Night-Side Temp Tn 1332.0 ± 756.0 K
Parent Star
Star HAT-P-7
Constellation Cygnus
Right Ascension (α) 19h 28m 59s
Declination (δ) +47° 58′ 10″
Spectral type F8
Apparent magnitude V 10.5
Distance 1044+163-130 LY
320+50-40 pc
Stellar Mass Ms 1.471 ± 0.001 Msun
Stellar Radius Rs 2.0695 ± 0.0005 Rsun


Exoplanet Catalogs for HAT-P-7b:
exoplanet.eu Catalog
Simbad









The values highlighted in green have been estimated by our lab.
Please reference:

Placek B., Knuth K.H. 2014. A Bayesian Analysis of HAT-P-7b (Kepler-2b) using the EXONEST Algorithm, to be published in Bayesian Inference and Maximum Entropy Methods in Science and Engineering 2014, Amboise, France, AIP Conference Proceedings, American Institute of Physics, Melville NY. arXiv:1409.4152 [astro-ph.EP]

Semi-major axis was estimated from the accepted period and our estimates of the stellar mass.
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