The Distant Star A 6325 Is Traveling At 70 Km Sec Away From Us And Has A Peak Ob (1)

  1. The distant star, ∆A_6325, is traveling at 70 km/sec away from us and has a peak observed brightness at 400 nm. An exoplanet orbits ∆A_6325 in a transit orbit, causing a 1.4% brightness drop as the planet crosses the star. The ratio of the star’s radius and the planet’s radius is 145:1. The planet was determined to have a density of 2.36 g/cm3. The orbital radius of the planet is 3.14 AU and has an orbital period of 6.32 years.

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