Wednesday, November 9, 2016

An Analysis of Gas Giant Planets Around M Dwarfs


Lannier et al


    Direct imaging has led to the discovery of several giant planet and brown dwarf companions. These imaged companions populate a mass, separation and age domain (mass>1MJup, orbits>5AU, age<1gyr 1mjup="" 2-80mjup="" 2.3="" 4.4="" 400au="" 54="" 58="" 8="" a="" aco="" adi="" aim="" algorithms="" an="" analysis="" and="" are="" around="" as="" at="" band="" bayesian="" best="" between="" both="" by="" cases.="" companion="" companions="" comparing="" conduct="" constraints="" correlated="" correlations="" corroborating="" could="" derive="" detecting="" detection="" determine="" different="" discovered="" distinct="" distinction="" dwarfs="" each="" estimate="" evidence="" exoplanets="" expectations.="" find="" for="" formation="" frequency="" frequent="" from="" function="" giant="" homogenous="" host="" imaged="" in="" instrument="" intermediate-mass="" investigating="" is="" its="" l="" less="" limits.="" low-mass="" low="" m-type="" mass="" masses="" massive="" may="" mechanisms="" methods.="" models.="" more="" nearby="" new="" observational="" observed="" occupied="" of="" on="" one="" opposite="" optimize="" or="" orbiting="" our="" physical="" pinpoint="" planet="" planetary-mass="" planetary="" planets="" play.="" presence="" previous="" probability="" providing="" q="" quite="" radial="" range="" ratio="" represent="" respect="" results="" s="" sensitivity="" separation="" separations="" show="" star="" stars.="" stars="" statistical="" stellar="" sub-sample="" substellar="" survey="" target.="" targeting="" than="" that="" the="" their="" theoretical="" this="" to="" transit="" up="" used="" using="" velocity="" vlt="" we="" wide-orbit="" with="" young="">2MJup might be independent from the mass of the host star. 

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