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MOABLGLb is an exoplanet in the orbit of the red dwarf MOA BLGL. Its discovery was announced on February 21, , making it the. MOABLGL is a red dwarf in the Sagittarius constellation that is host to the planet MOABLGLb. The star is estimated to be nearly 20, 2 Feb Abstract: We report the discovery of a planet with a high planet-to-star mass ratio in the microlensing event MOABLG, which.
12 Oct Name, MOABLG b. Planet Status, Confirmed. Discovered in, Mass, ( +) MJ. Mass*sin(i), —. Semi-Major. 14 Jun Name, MOABLGL b. Planet Status, Confirmed. Discovered in, Mass, ( +) MJ. Mass*sin(i), —. Semi-Major. MOABLGL b is a gas giant exoplanet that orbits an unknown-type star. Its mass is Jupiters, it takes years to complete one orbit of its star, and.
MOABLGL b is a Neptune-like exoplanet that orbits an unknown-type star. Its mass is Earths, it takes years to complete one orbit of its star. Primary system name, MOABLGL. Alternative system names, N/A. Right ascension, 17 53 Declination, 59 Distance [parsec], edit. 6 Nov Primary system name, MOABLGL. Alternative system names, N/A. Right ascension, 17 48 Declination, 00 Distance. 28 Jan A SUB-SATURN MASS PLANET, MOABLGLb. N. Miyake1,69, T. Sumi 1,69, Subo Dong2,70,71, R. Street3,4,72, L. Mancini5,6,7, 2 Jun MOABLGLb: a massive planet orbiting an M dwarf. Batista, V.; Gould, A.; Dieters, S.; Dong, S.; Bond, I.; Beaulieu, J. P.; Maoz, D.;.
Exoplanet Name: MOABLGL b. Alternate Name: Radius (Rjup / Re): , (Rjup), , (Rearth). Mass (Mjup / Me): , (Mjup), 28 Jan A SUB-SATURN MASS PLANET, MOABLGLb. N. MIYAkE1,69, T. SUMI1,69, SUBO DONG2,70,71, R. STREET3,4,72, L. MANCINI5. 17 Feb Aims. MOA BLG was detected on August 5, by the MOA- Collaboration. Alerted as a high-magnification event, it was sensitive to. The orbit swaths used to create the MOA Surface Morphology Image Map and the MOA Grain Size Image Map were acquired 1.
Abstract. We report the result of the analysis of the light curve of a caustic- crossing binary-lens microlensing event OGLEBLG/MOABLG- 'MOABLGL': this identifier has an incorrect format for catalog: MOA =[LensingEv(NAME Galactic Bulge)] MOA (Microlensing Observations in. Abstract. The ratite moa (Aves: Dinornithiformes) were a speciose group of massive () Identification of microsatellites from an extinct moa species using. Title: A brown dwarf orbiting an M-dwarf: MOA BLGL. Authors: Bachelet, E.; Fouqué, P.; Han, C.; Gould, A.; Albrow, M. D.; Beaulieu, J.-P.; Bertin, E.;.