Eccentricity is Not Responsible for Odd Harmonics in HAT-P-7 and Kepler-13A

25 Oct 2018 Bielecki Claudia I. McGill University Cowan Nicolas B. McGill University

The exquisite photometry of Kepler has revealed reflected light from exoplanets, tidal distortion of host stars and Doppler beaming of a star's light due to its motion (Borucki 2016; Demory et al. 2012; Welsh et al. 2010; Bloemen et al. 2012). Esteves et al. (2013, 2015) and Shporer et al. (2014) reported additional odd harmonics in the light curves of two hot Jupiters: HAT-P-7b and Kepler-13Ab... (read more)

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