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Post by Stalker on 14th June 2010, 1:06 am

Alexandre Santerne from webastro, promises us a nice surprise today Wink

I think it must be the transits of HAT-P-13 c or/and the transit and discovery of Gj 436 c...

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Re: Surprise today

Post by Borislav on 14th June 2010, 2:18 am

Today it is a European time?

In general, a source like a member of the Geneva group, so obviously it's all still not Gliese 436c.

Laughlin also today after two weeks of silence issued a strange post.
http://oklo.org/2010/06/13/the-inverse-problem/
The upshot of our paper is that high-quality RV measurements will integral to full characterizations of the planets that generate TTVs. At risk of sounding like a broken record, this means that to extract genuine value, one needs the brightest available stars for transits…

On the other hand it can be the results of Kepler?

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Re: Surprise today

Post by Stalker on 14th June 2010, 3:02 am

No i think it is the detection of the transit of HAT-P-13 c.

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Re: Surprise today

Post by lodp on 14th June 2010, 4:18 am

Could be the 6 new Corot Planets see EPE

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Re: Surprise today

Post by Stalker on 14th June 2010, 4:24 am

May be... but it is not a great surprise!

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Re: Surprise today

Post by Borislav on 14th June 2010, 4:39 am

Beautifully



http://smsc.cnes.fr/COROT/GP_actualite.htm#062010

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Re: Surprise today

Post by Borislav on 14th June 2010, 4:42 am

6 planets and a brown dwarf

http://smsc.cnes.fr/COROT/7planetescorot_14juin2010_Eng.pdf
CoRoT-15b: the brown dwarf
CoRoT-15b’s mass is about 60 times that of Jupiter. This makes it incredibly dense, about 40
times more than that of Jupiter. For that reason, it is classified as a brown dwarf Intermediate
in nature between planets and stars, brown dwarfs are much rarer than planets, which
makes this discovery all the more exciting. This discovery will help astronomers understand
the nature of brown dwarfs and their relationship to planets

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Re: Surprise today

Post by exofever on 14th June 2010, 5:24 am

If the Kepler team discover what we hope they will discover,
these sorts of planets won't even generate a press release in the future.
Rich harvest? Well, not by Laughlin's planet valuation formula...

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