& LELLOUCH E. paper  arxiv  ADS, Detection of molecular absorption in the dayside of exoplanet 51 Pegasi b? XXX. GOUKENLEUQUE C., BEZARD B. RAUER H., BOCKELEE-MORVAN D., COUSTENIS A., GUILLOT T., SCHNEIDER J. 51 Pegasi b orbits its host star at less than one eighth the distance of Mercury from the Sun so that, assuming it has a radius of 1.2 to 1.4 times that of Jupiter, it must have a surface temperature of around 1,000°C. The planets were detected from the dimming that occurs when they transit the disk of … Non-radial oscillation in the solar-temperature star 51 Pegasi. ANGLADA-ESCUDE G., LOPEZ-MORALES M. & CHAMBERS J. 51 Pegasi, fifth-magnitude star located 48 light-years away from Earth in the constellation Pegasus, the first sunlike star confirmed to possess a planet. GOUKENLEUQUE C., BEZARD B., JOGUET B., LELLOUCH E. & FREEDMAN R. POPPENHAEGER K., ROBRADE J. paper, Hipparcos distances and mass limits for the planetary candidates: 47 UMa, Astron. & FISCHER D. In the report of the discovery, it was initially speculated that 51 Pegasi b was the stripped core of a brown dwarf of a decomposed star and was therefore composed of heavy elements, but it is now believed to be a gas giant. BUTLER P., WRIGHT J., MARCY G., FISCHER D., VOGT S., TINNEY Ch., JONES H., CARTER B., JOHNSON J., McCARTHY Ch. & MALBET F. paper, Habitability of known exoplanetary systems based on measured stellar properties Study of line bisectors and its relation CHAMARTHI S., BANYAL R. & SRIRAM S. abstract, Radiative Equilibrium Model of 51 Peg b 2001 ApJ., 529, 499 J., 158, 161 BURROWS A. & Astrophys., submitted PRAVDO S.H., ANGELI L, DRAKE S,, STERN R. & WHITE N. paper, Search for an exosphere around 51 Peg B with ISO PAN X., SULKARNI S. COLAVITA M. & SHAO M. 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Assuming the planet is perfectly grey with no greenhouse or tidal effects, and a Bond albedo of 0.1, the temperature would be 1265 K (approximately 1000 °C / 1800 °F). MARTINEZ FIORENZANO A. TRILLING D., BROWN R. & RIVKIN A. 2011 JERNIGAN F. 1997 2004 For this discovery, they were awarded the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics.[3]. Astron. & Astrophys., 532, A6 CHIAVASSA A. WINN J., SANCHIS-OJEDA R. & RAPPAPORT S. of the projected rotational velocity of 51 Pegasi 2020 Z. 2006 paper, Observational Evidence for Tidal Destruction of Exoplanets COUSTENIS A., MAYOR M., SCHNEIDER J., QUELOZ D. & EGGENBERGER A. PETERSBURG R., JOEL ONG J., ZHAO L., BLACKMAN R., BREWER J. et al. web page, Rotation periods of exoplanet host stars paper, Two Suns in The Sky: Stellar Multiplicity in Exoplanet Systems & Review Chapter in Treatise on Geophysics, accepted LINDEGREN,L., ARENOU,F., BASTIAN,U., BERNSTEIN,H.H., VAN LEEUWEN,F., SAFFE C., LEVATO H., LOPEZ-GARCIA Z., JOFRE E., PETRUCCI R. & GONZALEZ E. 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