East-Asian Planet Search Network

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East-Asian Planet Search Network, (EAPSNET), is an international collaboration between Korea, China and Japan. Each facility, BOAO (Korea), Xinglong (China), and OAO (Japan), has a 2m class telescope, a high dispersion echelle spectrograph, and an iodine absorption cell for precise RV measurements, looking for extrasolar planets.[1]

Discovery[edit]

NOTE: HD 119445b is a brown dwarf candidate.

Star Constellation Right
ascension
Declination App.
mag.
Distance (ly) Spectral
type
Brown dwarf Mass
(MJ)
Radius
(RJ)
Orbital
period

(d)
Semimajor
axis

(AU)
Orbital
eccentricity
Inclination
(°)
Discovery
year
HD 119445  ? 13h 42m 28.8063s +41° 40′ 27.415″  ? 942.6 G6III HD 119445b[2] 37.6±2.6  ? 410.2±0.6 1.71±0.06 0.082±0.007  ? 2009

References[edit]

  1. ^ An East-Asian Extra-Solar Planet Search Network, Izumiura, Hideyuki, 2005
  2. ^ A Massive Substellar Companion to the Massive Giant HD 119445, Masashi Omiya et al. 2009.